- Jose Mourinho is eyeing a return to club management but he is still waiting for the right club to reach him
- The 56-year-old claimed he wants to return to management in June ahead of the 2019/20 campaign
- Mourinho has been repeatedly linked as a possible successor to PSG’s Thomas Tuchel
Jose Mourinho is keen on returning to coaching role as he awaits the club to contact him.
The 56-year-old Portuguese tactician is hardly seen without his mobile phone nearby since he was fired by Manchester United mid-December.
The Sun claims Mourinho has rejected about four job offers this March alone, but he is eager to return to club football in June, ahead of preparations for the 2019/20 campaign.
And since setting a target to for the right job, Mourinho always have his phone in sight.
The former Chelsea boss appears ready to take his calls even while watching football in a stadium or taking a walk.
At the last count, Mourinho has been repeatedly linked as a possible successor to PSG’s Thomas Tuchel, who is expected to leave La Parisian in the summer.
Mourinho is yet to coach is France after coaching in four European countries- Portugal, England, Spain and Italy.
The Special One is yearning to be the first manager to cart home the Champions League silverware with three different clubs and PSG hand him the opportunity.
"I can imagine myself as a coach in Ligue 1. I am a man who has worked in four different countries.
"I like to know other cultures. Working in a new championship would be fantastic experience,” Mourinho was quoted as saying to Canal+.
In addition, latest reports claim he is also on the radar of Ligue 1 campaigners Lille after he ‘sensationally’ missed Real Madrid’s call, who had to turn to Zinedine Zidane.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Louis van Gaal has dismissed claims that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United play more attacking than they did under Jose Mourinho insisting they are too defensive.
The Metro citing BBC claims Solskjaer has guided the Red Devils to 14 wins out of his 19 games, since replacing Mourinho in mid- December, netting more goals as United tippled PSG in their Champions League last-16 clash.
But the Dutchman believes it is ‘fake news’ to agree that Solskjaer’s side play more entertaining football despite his results.
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