Former Chelsea manager Luiz Felipe Scolari has revealed that he may one day want to come back to the Premier league and even with Chelsea if the opportunity comes about.
Scolari is currently the manager of Brazil, which is one of the prestigious jobs in the world. Brazil have automatically qualified for the upcoming World Cup 2014 as the hosts of the tournament. Scolari will have a lot of pressure on his hands in order to deliver the trophy, which he has also won with Brazil in 2002.
Due to this victory and his achievements with the Portugal national team, he is regarded as one of the best coaches in the world. However, his reputation suffered as a result of a poor spell at Chelsea where they lost to the job after just a few months. Scolari, though, has been arguing since his exit in 2008 that he did a good job at Stamford Bridge, and it was only because of the lack of patience from the Premier league outfit that he lost the job.
"If I had to return, I would do it. Chelsea are a spectacular club and I still want them to do well. The supporters are amazing and even though things didn't work out I still remember how nice the fans were to me. I was upset by the way my departure from Chelsea happened. I wish my work at Chelsea could have lasted longer," said Scolari.
He has not managed a high-profile European club since then, but he has been back in club football with a couple of clubs in Brazil over the last few years.
After a few troubled results early on in his second spell as the Brazil manager, Scolari guided the team to Confederations cup success, which has increased expectations of the five-time World Cup champions.