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Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho has ruled out replacing Roberto Mancini at Manchester City this summer.

Mourinho has consistently admitted that his future belongs in England and the Premier League, and the Portuguese has been linked with City, Chelsea and Man United.

However, Mourinho has three years left on his Real contract and is adamant he will remain in Madrid until then.

“My future is Real Madrid,” said the former Chelsea coach. “I have a contract and it looks like the club is happy with my work.

“My future will be England, yes, for sure, but after Real. I have a contract for three more seasons and I would like to reach the 600-mark with Real Madrid.”

This, though, has not stopped the self-proclaimed ‘Special One’ from being linked to City, with under-fire Mancini expected to be given the boot at the end of the season unless he wins some silverware.

“Me to Manchester City? That’s impossible,” Mourinho said.

Mourinho has also laughed off suggestions AC Milan could sign Cristiano Ronaldo, after the Serie A club’s owner, Silvio Berlusconi, admitted his liking for the Portugal international.

“I’m not saying it’s impossible, because in football you never know, and Berlusconi can make a crazy offer,” he said.

“But it must be a true madness because Real Madrid don’t want to sell Cristiano Ronaldo.”

Source: Telegraph

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