Mourinho 'invites England offer'
Former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has reportedly expressed an interest in becoming the new England manager.
Mourinho, who left Chelsea in September, said he would be prepared to talk to the Football Association.
"You will have to speak to the FA to see if they are interested in offering me the job," he told the Sun newspaper.
"I cannot say what I think until they say they are interested. Tell the FA to come and get me. We will have to wait and see, but I rule nothing out."
Mourinho would be a popular choice to replace Steve McClaren at the helm with England because of his hugely impressive record with Chelsea and Porto.
From April 2007
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is keen on the England job.
The News of the World says Mourinho WANTS to remain at Stamford Bridge but has become increasingly aware that Blues owner Roman Abramovich will oust him this summer.
And Mourinho has told pals that if he is axed by Chelsea and the England job becomes available he WILL talk to the FA.