Mourinho is considered the last foreign coach to win the Italian League, when he won the hat-trick in 2010 with Inter.
Despite his links to the wonderful memories with Inter, he does not mind coaching a rival team from the Italian League.
Mourinho told the Times: “I am trying to walk towards my friends, but where are those who were present during my term? Is the same president, owner and players who were with me who are today?”
“I am grateful to all of them and have always worked for victory at all times,” he said.
He continued, “Inter? I won everything with them, there is a special affection for them, but if I have to go to Italy to train a rival team, I will not think twice.”
“With this professional way of looking at things, I feel in harmony with myself,” he added.
“I win more, win less, or not,” Mourinho stressed. “I give everything I have to each club.”
“When I leave clubs, I only say good things about them, I am not the type to spread dirty clothes to the public,” concluded the Portuguese coach.
Inter defeated Crotone on Saturday with two goals to win the Italian league title after an absence of 11 years in the event Atalanta failed to win against Sassuolo today.
If Atalanta wins, Inter will have to score one game point from four matches to win the title.
Mourinho was sacked from Tottenham’s leadership on April 19 after nearly one and a half season on assuming the job.
Since the summer of 2013, Mourinho has not dropped out of the Premier League, having led Chelsea, Manchester United and Tottenham, respectively.
In contrast, after Juventus lost the Italian League title for the first time in 9 years under the leadership of Andrea Pirlo, the young coach is soon to leave the old lady.
Some reports have linked Juventus to returning former coach Massimiliano Allegri to the next season.
As for Mourinho, another solution remains also available to Juventus, despite the many skirmishes between the Portuguese exceptional and the Juventus fans in earlier times.