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Mourinho continues to impress Ferguson

Sir Alex Ferguson has hinted that Jose Mourinho, who is reportedly leaving Real Madrid at the end of this season, could replace him as Manchester United manager.

Mourinho has already won 21 trophies during his managerial career with the likes of FC Porto, Chelsea and Inter Milan, but is coming under increasing pressure at Real following his side's poor start to the La Liga campaign.

A report in Marca on Monday suggested Mourinho would definitely be leaving Real Madrid next summer - even if they win the Champions League.

Real are 10/3 to win European club football's premier competition, while Manchester United can be backed at 10/1, Barcelona at 5/2 and Borussia Dortmund at 9/1.

Ferguson said of Mourinho: "He can manage anywhere, absolutely. I'm not going to put any forecasts on what is going to happen at this club. I won't last forever, but Jose can manage anywhere, there is no question about that.

"I'd never think a guy who hasn't played a game could be a top coach, but then you've got to look at his personality, I think his personality does it. He's got a marvellous, strong personality and I think that bridges that gap.

"I remember his first press conference at Chelsea and I thought 'he's cocky, him'. He was telling the players, 'Look, I'm the Special One, we don't lose games'...coming to England, he is only a young man and saying he is the Special One! But what it did, it told all the players to have the belief they were going to win the league."

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