José Mourinho set to resign as Inter Milan coach

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José Mourinho has admitted that he will probably leave Inter Milan after guiding the Nerazzurri to a first Champions League triumph in 45 years.

Diego Milito's superb brace helped Inter overcome Bayern Munich 2-0 in Madrid to complete a stunning trophy treble on the back of glory in Serie A and the Coppa Italia.

Inter Milan coach José Mourinho waves to supporters after their Champions League final victory against Bayern Munich
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The Portuguese tactician became only the third coach in the history of the European Cup to lift the trophy with two different teams.

Mourinho's final act as FC Porto boss was leading them to Champions League glory in 2004, and Inter fans will fear history repeating itself following his dress rehearsal at Real Madrid's Bernabéu, the ground he could call home next term.

"I want to be the only coach that wins the Champions League with three different sides," Mourinho told Rai TV. "It is more likely I'll leave rather than I'll stay.

"This makes me feel really sad. I've become part of Inter's history and I don't want to talk about anything else. If I talk about it I'll cry and I don't want to do that."

He added on Sky Sports: "Everybody knows that English football is my passion and I'll go back to England once.

"But I think every player, every coach if you don't play for Real Madrid or if you don't coach Real Madrid you have always a little space in your career.

"So if I decide to come to Real Madrid I'll be a very proud man."

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