“I won’t finish my career at Manchester United” – Jose Mourinho


Jose Mourinho has revealed that he does not plan to finish his career with current club Manchester United.

The revelation might not come as a surprise to some, as the Portuguese boss has never spent more than four seasons at a single club, but does present some questions surrounding his future when his current deal expires in 2020.

“I’m still a coach with worries, with ambitions, and with the desire to do new things,” said Jose Mourinho to Telefoot, a French football programme on TF1.

“I don’t believe, no, I’m sure that I won’t end my career here,” said Mourinho, who confirmed that he was referring to Manchester United.

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Jose Mourinho’s UEFA Europa League success with Manchester United last season was his second trophy in Europe’s second-tier tournament, having won the competition then known as the UEFA Cup with FC Porto in 2003.

While Manchester United fans can likely forget about seeing the 54-year-old create a dynasty akin to that of Sir Alex Ferguson, who won a whopping 38 titles in his 26-year spell at the club, they can expect the former Chelsea manager to add to the three titles won in his first year in charge of The Red Devils.

Mourinho secured a treble last season, winning the Community Shield, League Cup and UEFA Europa League, and has guided Manchester United to an unbeaten start in the Premier League after eight games – winning six, drawing two and conceding just two goals in the process.


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