The Portuguese tactician is allegedly interested in working one more time with a player he coached at Manchester United.

Jose Mourinho seems ready to start creating a new version of Tottenham Hotspur, and even if the London-based side has enough cash to try and lure top-caliber players to their training grounds, Mourinho seems keen on teaming up again with one of his former pupils.

According to a report by Les Sports, Jose Mourinho will try to work his magic to sign former Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini, who was a key player for the Special One during his days with the Red Devils. The former Everton footballer is currently playing in the Chinese Super League for Shandong Luneng, but his experience and drive are seen by Mou as crucial for his project at White Hart Lane.

Fellaini would be a strange addition to Spurs' midfield, where he'd have to fight for a spot in the starting lineup with Eric Dier, Harry Winks, Moussa Sissoko or Giovani Lo Celso. Nevertheless, having played over 3,000 minutes under Mourinho at Man United are an example of how Mourinho appreciates Fellaini's work inside the pitch.

The Belgian footballer won a UEFA Europa League title and a League Cup trophy under Mou with the Red Devils, and he was quite supportive of the Portuguese boss once Manchester United decided to give him the boot.

As of now, Mourinho has been in charge of Tottenham's tactics for five games, including a UEFA Champions League win against Olympiakos. The Special One's record as Spurs' boss shows four wins and one loss, precisely against Manchester United.