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Jose Mourinho is wanted by Saudi side Al-Qadsiah, with the former Chelsea and Man United boss looking to return to the bench after being sacked by Roma this season.

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José Mourinho has become a target for Saudi club Al-Qadsiah.

The former Chelsea and Manchester United boss is ready to return to management after being sacked by Roma earlier this season.

Al-Qadsiah, who has enjoyed a good start to the season under former Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler, was promoted from the Saudi Premier Division last week and is now coached by the former Real Madrid midfielder and from Spain Michel.

However, they are reportedly considering a change and Mourinho, 61, is a candidate.

Mourinho has already been courted by the Saudi Pro League, with Al Shabab among those who have attempted an approach and although he has rejected previous advances, he has admitted he is ready to manage there with the right project.

José Mourinho has become a target for Saudi club Al-Qadsiah.

José Mourinho has become a target for Saudi club Al-Qadsiah.

Al-Qadsiah was previously under the management of former Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler

Al-Qadsiah was previously under the management of former Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler

Al-Qadsiah is owned by the second largest company in the world, oil giant Aramco.

Al-Qadsiah is based in the eastern Saudi city of Al Khobar, and if Mourinho makes the move it would be another big name joining the rise of the Saudi Pro League.

Mourinho has also been linked with returns to former clubs Man United and Chelsea in recent weeks following the two teams’ respective struggles with their current managers.

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