Mourinho has at least ensured Champions League qualification for next season via a second-place finish in the Premier League.
"I don't think [he can return], but all the people know his history in Manchester, the passion they have for him and that there are players in the world who, if the clubs have the possibility of signing, will not say no".
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"But also, a squad with three or four Brazilian athletes, depending on their profile, can not make a great team too". To others, he is the flawless example of a player who has got to where they are through hard work and dedication.
The duo have been involved in a war of words since the 2016-17 season, when Mourinho criticised Conte for celebrating wildly after Chelsea's 4-0 win over United, while the Italian accused his Portuguese rival of being obsessed with the Blues.
"If a European team, like, very European, could have a Brazilian in their squad, it would bring a "Brazilian thing" to the game and I think that's very important". Across five games in all competitions, Conte has the slight edge winning three games to Mourinho's two.
"We have six days to change our approach and desire and will to fight".
Chelsea left-back Marcos Alonso has said rumours regarding Antonio Conte's future at the club are not the reason for the team's disappointing campaign.
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"There are many good coaches, but I like to make my assistants. So I hope it will be a good match and, at the end of it, I hope the trophy will be waiting for Chelsea". Nearly certain to depart the club, an FA Cup win may well offer the Italian some solace. But they will also try and beat Manchester City to the signing of West Brom defender Jonny Evans at a cost of just £3 million, according to the Daily Mirror.
Chelsea's disappointing campaign is reflected in their price with most bookies offering 19/10 or 9/5 for them to go one better than past year.
The FA Cup Final takes place on Saturday, 19 May, with kick-off at 5:15pm.
But historically, Chelsea have always been the bogey team of United and a cup final is not an exception.
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