The shock elimination of Real Madrid from the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday may have paved the way for former manager, Jose Mourinho, to make a second ‘missionary journey’ to Santiago Bernabeu.

 According to the latest reports from Telemadrid Jose Mourinho will be replacing Santi Solari at Santiago Bernabeu in the coming hours.

Earlier it was reported that the club’s board have been busy negotiating a deal with the former Manchester United manager’s agent Jorge Mendes.

It appears reported the Solari will surely be gone before the end of the week with our third manager, Jose Mourinho being in the stands during our visit to Real Valladolid’s stadium on Sunday.

Mourinho coached Real Madrid in 2010-2013. He has won the Copa del Rey 2010/11 beating Barcelona in the final of the competition thanks to Cristiano Ronaldo’s goal in the 103rd minute.

Mourinho managed to win La Liga title with Real Madrid during his second season at the Bernabeu adding the Supercopa 2012 to his trophy cabinet in Madrid at the beginning of his third campaign.

Jose has already been linked with Real Madrid this season after his exit from Manchester United. 

And now it seems that Jose’s arrival is drawing closer with each passing minute as rumours from Spain are gaining full swing.