Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has dismissed all the rumours regarding his potential exit and has also rubbished the speculation that he would be joining Paris Saint-Germain soon.
While talking to French television on Sunday, Jose Mourinho had claimed that Manchester United would not be his final job, as he has “desire to do new things,” and soon after that, Spanish journalist Guillem Balague claimed that “PSG is part of Mourinho’s plans,” but when quipped about the same, the Portuguese rubbished all the rumours, saying, “I think you English media have the answer for that because, in one day, it says that I am going to sign a five-year contract, for £1billion per season and then, the next day, you say that I am leaving and going to PSG. I think that is the answer.
“The answer is that nothing is happening. I am not signing a new five-year contract and I am not leaving for PSG. I am at Manchester United and I have a contract. And that is it.
“The only thing that I told is true and there was not a misinterpretation of my words was I am not going to end my career at Manchester United.”
In an interview with TF1’s Telefoot on Sunday, Mourinho heaped praise on PSG and revealed that his son chose to go and watch a game at Paris rather than Manchester. “Why Paris? Because there’s something special. Magic, quality, youth, it’s fantastic,” he said. Mourinho signed a three-year contract upon his arrival at the Theatre of Dreams and has now entered the second spell of it. There are speculations that Manchester United looking to hand him a new, but that till date is just a rumour as of now. Just in, The Portuguese has never spent more than four years in any of his single spells at any of his clubs.
While addressing the press, Mourinho was also asked about Dejan Lovren’s statement on Romelu Lukaku after the Liverpool game. The Towering defender had accused Lukaku of deliberately kicking him in the face, and Mourinho addressed it by quoting, “There is a big contradiction.
“He said let’s move on and forget what happened but then he spends 10 minutes talking about what he thinks happened and didn’t happen.
“For me, the FA committee is there to make decisions, so I have no comment.”