Jose Mourinho has responded to recent reports suggesting that he could be in line for a return to Spanish giants Real Madrid.

The Portuguese gaffer left Los Blancos for Chelsea in  2013 but is currently without a coaching job and he has on several occasions opened up on his desire to return to football management.

In the wake of Madrid’s humiliation against PSG on Wednesday, several reports had suggested that the self-proclaimed ‘Special One’ is likely to replace Zinedine Zidane at Real, something which Mourinho denies.

“You can’t train a team that already has a coach,” Mourinho told  Deportes Cuatro.

“I would not like to train Real Madrid because  they already have a coach, that’s it.” he added.