On Monday Mourinho was at Wembley to support Gianni Infantino’s bid to become FIFA president.
However the 53-year-old batted away a question about a potential move to Manchester United with a swift shake of the head…
The Bayern Munich coach, Pep Guardiola has been appointed as the new manager at Manchester City for next season on a three year deal.
The 45-year-old will replace Manuel Pellegrini, who will leave on June 30. Pellegrini was appointed at the Etihad in 2013 and led the club to the Premier League and League Cup double the following season.
According to the Express, Chelsea are now believed to be considering Pellegrini as a replacement for Jose Mourinho as Guus Hiddink in charge only until the summer. It also states that the Chilean is 63 in August but he wants to continue managing in the English Premier League.
According to ESPN, Mourinho’s patience with Manchester United is wearing thin as he holds out to become the Premier League side’s next manager.
Chelsea manager, Jose Mourinho was sacked barely seven months after he helped the London club win the English Premier League.
His representatives have reportedly reached out to the Red Devils on his intention to take over from Louis Van Gaal.
The source states that Mourinho’s camp has already made informal contact with Inter and Paris Saint-Germain, forcing the United hierarchy to move fast if they wish to see the Portuguese in the Old Trafford dugout.