Jose Mourinho has revealed that he doesn’t plan on finishing his career with the Red Devils and admitted that he has ambitions of managing somewhere else when life at United comes to an end.
Mourinho joined United in 2016, following the sacking of Louis Van Gaal, and led the club back into the Champions League after they won the Europa League title last year.
The 54-year-old is currently enjoying an impressive head start to the season as Manchester United’s boss but Mourinho has hinted that he won’t be ending his career at the club(United) and has further plans he still wants to accomplish.
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The Portuguese manager is keeping his future options open and has expressed his interest to manage the Ligue 1 giant- Paris Saint Germain before he puts a full stop to his managerial career.
When asked on French television about the possibility of joining Paris Saint-Germain, Mourinho told Telefoot: “The only thing I can say is that I am still a coach with worries, with ambitions and with the desire to do new things.”
“I’m sure I will not finish my career here at Manchester United.”
Mourinho has opened the door to a possible move to PSG in the future by further adding, “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.’
Mourinho, who is generally known for his lesser stay at clubs has never been in a job for longer than 39 months. With such kind of reputation, this news was to come at any time but the fact that it came out so early is surprising. He has already made his name in England, Spain, Italy and Portugal and now he eyes Paris to be the next. No doubt if the move takes place, it will be super exciting to watch how well he pairs up with one of the richest and the best clubs in the world.