The move has thwarted Mourinho's earlier demands for 'full control' on Chelsea, including the charge of player recruitment, the Mirror reports.
While Mourinho and his followers both yearn to see him as replacing the current Chelsea interim manager Rafael Benitez, Chelsea's condition to give Mourinho a partial control over the club might just make Mourinho take the opportunity at Paris-Saint-Germain (PSG) who have held talks with his agent Jorge Mendes to offer the Portuguese coach the deal he wants.
Six years since Mourinho's rift with Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich, the latter is ready to go on a spending spree to improve a squad to win the Premier League and has held Emenalo responsible for bringing in players such as Atletico Madrid striker Radomel Falcao and Andre Schuerrle from Bayer Leverkusen.
Mourinho still remains the popular choice for Chelsea as the Portuguese camp suggests that Mourinho will still be interested in returning to the Bridge even if the club loses the Championship trophy.
--ANI (Posted on 02-05-2013)