- Jose Mourinho's chances of managing Juventus next season suffers major setback
- The Italian League champions cannot afford the Portuguese tactician according to reports from the club
- Mourinho has been without a job since last December after being sacked by Manchester United
Jose Mourinho might have to search for job elsewhere as Juventus are said to be short of funds to land the Portuguese tactician this summer.
The Old Lady became coach-less after terminating Massimiliano Allegri's five year reign at Allianz Stadium at the end of the 2018-19 season.
And will need a new manager to lead them into the coming season as they are still in search for European glory.
After the departure of Allegri this month, Cristiano Ronaldo was said to have sanctioned the move to hire his former boss at Real Madrid, despite their numerous battles at the Spanish club.
But, SunSport quoting Sky Sports report that Mourinho, who was sacked by Man United last December will be too expensive for the Italian League champions.
The publication further report that the club's financial capacity have been limited since sealing the blockbuster £100 million move for Ronaldo last summer.
Reports of the former Portuguese taking over at the Turin based club after the five time Ballon d'Or winner was said to have recommended him for the job.
Despite their issues at Real Madrid, it is understood that both parties are willing to put that behind them and work together again in the future.
Apart from being linked with Juve job, Mourinho is also one of the managers tipped to take over at Inter Milan next campaign.
It would be recalled that the former Porto boss guided the San Siro side to the famous Treble in 2010, beating Bayern Munich in the Champions League final.
A video has recently emerged on social media of the Special One watching a replay of his Inter side lifting the Euro cup on his mobile. He said: "Great men. May 22."
Legit.ng earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo has surprisingly asked Juventus to employ Jose Mourinho, reports in Italy claim.
Massimilliano Allegri ended his five-year spell with the Biaconeri following their 1-1 draw against Atlanta on the last day of the season.
And with the departure of the Italian gaffer, there will be no shortage of candidates applying for the vacant managerial position at the Allianz Stadium.
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