Jose Mourinho will today meet with Inter director Beppe Marotta amid speculation of a return to the Italian giants.
While they seem to have put the frustration of the first half of the campaign behind them, Mourinho is reportedly looking to do the same.
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TeleLombardia journalist Davide Russo de Cerame notes in his tweet below that he will meet with Marotta today to discuss the possibility of returning to the club in the summer.
?? Josè #Mourinho è a Milano, domani incontrerà Marotta a pranzo: possibile ritorno del portoghese sulla panchina dell’#Inter a partire dalla prossima stagione ?
— Davide RussodeCerame (@DRussodeCerame) February 6, 2019
Should they fail to qualify for the Champions League, that could be catastrophic for the Italian tactician, and so with rumours of a meeting between Mourinho and Marotta in the background, he'll surely be feeling the strain in the coming weeks to get his side back on track and improve his job security.
Mourinho, of course, enjoyed an unforgettable spell in charge of the Nerazzurri between 2008 and 2010, which culminated in winning a historic treble in his final season in charge.
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In turn, the club and its supporters will certainly have fond memories of him, but whether or not he gets another stint at the helm remains to be seen as it will definitely require one of the respective parties to confirm what their lunch meeting and talks were regarding.
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