Ramon Calderon: 'Jose Mourinho will leave Real Madrid for Paris Saint-Germain'

Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho in the stands at Old Trafford to watch his team's Champions League opponents Manchester United play against Everton on February 10, 2013
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Ramon Calderon believes that Jose Mourinho will leave his coaching role at Real Madrid in the summer and move to Paris Saint-Germain.

Former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon believes that Jose Mourinho will leave the Spanish club for Paris Saint-Germain at the end of the season.

The Portuguese coach has reportedly fallen out with a number of senior players over the course of the campaign, including goalkeeper and captain Iker Casillas and defender Sergio Ramos.

"Real Madrid have a problem with Jose Mourinho's attitude," he told talkSPORT. "We are not used to a coach who complains about referees, UEFA and injuries. It's something I don't like. We are used to talking about what's happening on the field.

"It seems he's going to leave and it looks like he's off to Paris Saint-Germain. He says he's going to stay but I don't think so. Things have gone too far and Real Madrid are not willing to accept any more of his behaviour."

Calderon added that current Madrid president Florentino Perez should take the blame for the recent unrest at the defending Spanish champions.

"Some of the players, mainly the Spanish stars, are not happy with his sort of behaviour," he said. "They are not used to it. They don't like the attitude.

"I have always said it is the president's fault. Jose Mourinho isn't cheating anyone. He hasn't changed how he is, he's always behaved like that. Wherever he's been he's acted in the same way. When Perez signed him he knew what he was getting.

"When I signed Cristiano Ronaldo, I was dealing with Jorge Mendes, who is an agent for them both, and he kept talking to me about the prospect of singing Mourinho. I thought the same then as I do now, in the history of Real Madrid we've never seen a coach act like Mourinho does."

Calderon was the Madrid president from July 2006 until January 2009.

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