Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has reportedly responded to suggestions that he could leave the Red Devils in the near future. In a recent interview with Portuguese Television, the tactician admitted that he won’t finish his career at Old Trafford, although he is no hurry to leave the club.
Mourinho followed to claim that managers nowadays are put under immense pressure to perform, and this lessens the chances of coaching teams for the long-term – similar to Arsene Wenger at Arsenal. Whilst the latest man utd analysis has shown that Mourinho has got United back to playing exciting, goal-scoring football (they have already outscored Louis van Gaal’s United side, with only half of the season gone), there have been some calls from fans for someone else to come in and manage if Mourinho isn’t going to stick around long-term. The Portuguese has not lasted for more than three years at any of his former clubs, but United are said to be eyeing a long-term relationship with the manager with talks underway over a fresh deal.