Jose Mourinho is a man in demand and he knows it best. In a bid to ascertain more power for himself at his next destination, the former Chelsea manager has revealed that he would like to take control of a club where he is truly wanted. Speaking in an interview, the Portuguese manager ruled out going back to Portugal to manage the national team.
This comes after he refused to work with any of his previous employers a short while back. “I can almost guarantee you that I’ll be back working this summer. I’ve good offers on the table. One thing is certain, my future won’t be at Estoril or Paços, because they won’t change manager. At the end of the season we’ll know where my future lies. I want to be at a place where I’m truly wanted”, said Mourinho.
The “Special One” has been time and again linked with Manchester United, especially with the lacklustre performances of United under Louis Van Gaal. The side suffered yet another defeat at the hands of Tottenham Hotspurs, denting the side’s chances of landing a Champions League Spot.
It looks very unlikely that the Dutch man will still be the manager at Old Trafford come the start of the next season and the United faithful will be hoping for Mourinho to take charge of the affairs in order to return them to the glorious years last experienced under Sir Alex Ferguson (which was not a long while ago).