Two Premier League clubs could hand Jose Mourinho one last hurrah in England

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Jose Mourinho will be experiencing a familiar feeling this evening. Sacked by a Premier League club for the fourth time in his esteemed career.

Since winning the Premier League with Chelsea in 2015, Mourinho's downfall has been evident for fans of the Premier League.

The disastrous title defence at Stamford Bridge, the struggles at Old Trafford and the failure to meet Daniel Levy's expectations at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Many are now sharing their belief that Mourinho's time in England is done, given his stock is at an all-time low in this country.

But two clubs may be able to provide the 'Not So Special One' with one final hurrah in his favourite top flight of them all.

First up, Newcastle United.

Having learned his craft from Toon legend Sir Bobby Robson, Mourinho has made no secret of his affection for the north east outfit.

“It's a club I feel connection with because of Mr Robson, it's a simple as that,” Mourinho explained to Sky Sports last year.

“He had a huge passion for Newcastle and his area, Durham. He had it in his heart. So, through him I have become a little magpie!”

Talk of a Tyneside takeover rumbles on, with the club attempting to get the deal done in the courts.

And Mourinho would surely be top of the list should wealthy owners be looking for a big-name to step into the dugout.

As for fans, many have called for Steve Bruce's departure after a tumultuous reign at the helm.

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  • But could Wolves be another option for Mourinho?

    From the outside, taking the Molineux gig may seem like a small step down.

    But backed by Mourinho's pal, Jorge Mendes, the Midlands outfit look destined to forge forward and challenge the league's big boys in the coming years (if they remain in the Premier League.)

    Nuno Espirito Santo continues to be linked with the now-vacant Spurs hotseat.

    And given that Mourinho coached the former goalkeeper at Porto, it would not be beyond the realms of possibility for a managerial swap.

    When asked if he regards Wolves as a top-six team, Mourinho last year replied: "I believe so."

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