- Jose Mourinho's current deal at Manchester United runs until 2019
- The Special One says his ambition will see him coach other clubs
- He is in his second season at the club after replacing Louis Van Gaal
Jose Mourinho reveals that he won’t finish his career at Manchester United as he reveals his ambition to coach at other clubs once he leave the Red Devils.
Mourinho is in his second season at United. He won the Europa League and the League Cup while his team have looked genuine challengers for the Premier League and the Champions League this season.
The 54-year-old has now indicated that his desire to achieve new things and match his ambitions will see him coach at other clubs once he leaves United.
“The only thing I can say is that I am still a coach with worries, ambitions, desires to do new things,” he told Telefoot.
“I’m sure I will not finish my career here (in Manchester).”
Speaking further, Mourinho hailed PSG as a team the younger generations fancy citing an example of his young son.
He said: “The other day my son decided to go and watch a match in Paris rather than Manchester. Why Paris?
“Because right now Paris has something special. There’s a magic about the place, youth, and quality. It’s fantastic.”
Mourinho’s current United contract runs until the summer of 2019 while there have been indications that he could sign a new five year deal soon.
The Portuguese coach has frequently switched clubs during his career, with his initial spell at Chelsea, which lasted between June 2004 and September 2007, the longest he has remained with one team.
United currently sit in second place in the Premier League, two points adrift of leaders and rivals Manchester City.