Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is one of the most decorated managers in modern football with high respect and demand to his name, and soon, we might see him manage international teams, as he expresses intentions to do so in the future.
The Portuguese has been extremely successful at club level due to his aggressive approach to winning and knack for exploiting an opponent’s weaknesses. Mourinho has 25 trophies to his name over the course of 5 managing spells at Porto, Chelsea, Inter Milan, Real Madrid and United.
However, though the ex-Chelsea man’s name was frequently linked with international jobs, he was never seen taking up the task or even registering any interest… up until now.
During an interview with Soccer AM recently, the United boss has finally had his say on the topic, and has given a rather positive response.
“There will be a moment in my career where I would prefer that nature of job, being more analytical and preparing a team inside doors but competes less,” Jose said in his interview on Saturday.
“The experience of living a World Cup or European Championship from the inside is an experience I want to have after so many years I’ve had in football.”
Mourinho will surely be looking to add more silverware to his name before stepping down from club-level football.
Written by Ashish Sreejith
Have had two addictions in life- playing football and watching football. Usually described as introverted but not when it comes to speaking and writing about the beautiful game of football.