Mourinho Turns Down Jobs, Eyes June Return

By Daily Sports on March 21, 2019

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Jose Mourinho says he has turned down “three or four offers” since his departure from Manchester United in December but expects to take up a new position soon.

After winning the EFL Cup, FA Community Shield and Europa League in his two-and-a-half seasons at Old Trafford, the Portuguese coach was sacked following United’s poor start to this season and replaced by caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

“It’s been two and a half months since I’ve been without coaching and I’m already preparing for my next challenge,” Mourinho told BeIN Sports France. “I know exactly what I don”t want, that is why I’ve turned down three or four offers. I know what I want, not the name of the club, but the type of work and the workload. I want to coach a team starting in June, in time for preseason.”

Mourinho, 56, has been a reported target of former clubs Benfica, Real Madrid and Inter Milan in recent months. He was linked with a return to Madrid after the Spanish giants’ recent dismissal of Santiago Solari but the club brought Zinedine Zidane back instead – a move which Mourinho described as “perfect.”

However, Mourinho insisted he is not picky when it comes to his next challenge but is looking for a winning project.

“It doesn’t matter where I go, I want to go to a place where I can still win,” he said. “What sense does it make to have a philosophy of the game without a winning mentality? My best title will be the one I win next.” (ESPN)

•Photo shows Jose Mourinho 

Source Daily Sports

Posted March 21, 2019


 

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