Inter Milan striker Diego Milito has stated that he will be happy to welcome José Mourinho and Leonardo back at the club. Mourinho is widely regarded as the greatest manager in the world.

He led Inter Milan to a famous treble in 2010 when the club managed to win the league title, Champions League, and the Coppa Italia. He has since gone on to manage Real Madrid, while the Spanish club recently revealed that the Portuguese will be departing the club at the end of the season after three years in charge.

He has hinted that he may return to one of his former employers, which does not rule out Inter Milan. He is still held in high regard by the Inter fans. Mourinho was responsible for bringing Milito to the San Siro. He was part of the side that won the treble. Milito has also played under Leonardo, who is currently the sporting director at French club PSG. Leonardo will be leaving the French club at the end of the season, thus putting both former Inter employees free to return to their former stomping ground. Milito has welcomed the possibility of
both these Inter legends returning to the club in the summer.

"We all hope Mourinho comes back. He made history here and is a fantastic coach. And I definitely would like to see Leo here, is an intelligent person and a great leader. Milito is facing an extended spell on the sidelines following a knee ligament injury and the former Genoa man admits he may be forced to leave the club. I do not know where I'll be next year. All I'm thinking about is recovering from this injury. At the moment, I will not leave Inter – but that will be for the club to decide. It has been a difficult period for me," said Milito.

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