Mourinho Has Already Decided To Leave United, And Further Hinted At His Next Club

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Jose Mourinho has hinted that he could be heading to Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain after completing his tenure at Old Trafford.

Mourinho is known to be one of those managers who don’t tend to overstay at a single club, and with the 54-year-old into his second season with the Red Devils at present, speculation has started to flow that he might be on his way out after his contract expires.

The Portuguese tactician, however, had previously revealed that he might extend his current contract at Old Trafford, and clear out after four years instead of three.

The Special One has recently hinted that France could be a possible destination post United, as he told TF1’s Telefoot programme: “The only thing I can say is that I’m still a coach with worries, with ambitions, and with the desire to do new things. And I don’t believe… no, I’m sure that I won’t end my career here.”

Questioned that if it meant at Manchester United, he replied: “Yes.”


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The Portuguese discussed PSG as a possible stop after United, as he added: “My son who lives in London went to Paris to see a Paris Saint-Germain match and he did not go to Manchester. Why Paris? Because there’s something special. Magic, quality, youth, it’s fantastic.”

United have had a change of fortunes since the Special One’s arrival in May last year. The Red Devils won three trophies in Mourinho’s first season as manager, including European silverware, in the form of Europa League.

And so far this season, they have been a dominant force in the Premier League, and are just two points behind league leaders and city rivals Manchester City.

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Written by Sidharth Jindal  

Sports fanatic with a passion for writing (predominantly football) and “Wants to live life to its fullest.” Writes about the Premier League on his personal blog.

 

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