Ian Wright reacts to Wenger to PSG reports, comments on Chelsea boss

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Ian Wright feels Jose Mourinho will be even more angry if PSG push to bring Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger to the club.

Jose Mourinho is going through the toughest moment of his career as Chelsea boss, with the side picking up only 11 points from their opening 11 games.

Plenty have taken pleasure in seeing the Special One's demise, but his achievements should not be forgotten. He is a manager who has won leagues in Portugal, Spain, Italy and England, with Porto, Real Madrid, Chelsea and Inter Milan.

His next move could be to try his luck in a new country, perhaps France - as a long term replacement for PSG.

The Express claimed earlier this season PSG could offer Mourinho an escape route from Chelsea, but their interest is said to be waning.

France Eurosport report that daily paper L'Equipe believe he is slipping down their list of potential successors to current boss Laurent Blanc.

Their preferred option? None other than Moutinho's arch nemesis, Arsene Wenger, who he described last season as a specialist in failure. 

Former Gunners striker Ian Wright found this amusing, taking to Twitter after hearing about the reports to joke about how Mourinho will be taking the news.

Wenger for his part has never given any indication he wants to leave the Gunners, and remains under contract in North London.

Laurent Blanc's current deal at PSG expires next summer, and he has a big season ahead of him. Already his PSG side are clear at the top of Ligue 1 by 10 points, but it is in the Champions League where they will be defined, with reaching the semi-finals a potential minimum requirement.

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