There's been a lot of speculation that Jose Mourinho has been house-hunting in Cheshire in recent days, with Guillem Balagué claiming the Portuguese manager has told those close to him that a deal is "done" to take him to Old Trafford this summer.
Tonight, however, Mourinho is back in his old stomping ground of London - the O2 Arena to be exact - attending Anthony Joshua's 'world title' fight with unheralded American Charles Martin.
Asked about his future - which many see at Manchester United - Mourinho remained predictably coy, telling Sky Sports' Andy Burton:
Reports are reports. I have respect for Mr Van Gaal...but it's not about him, I've been linked with different jobs.
[Louis Van Gaal] is my friend - I worked with him for a few years.
I am always linked with jobs. One job, for sure, I want to get, because I want to work. But in this moment I can promise you I do not have a contract with any club. My first choice is stay in England
On Leicester City's unprecedented success, the 53-year-old said with a smirk:
When Prince William says he wants Leicester to win (the title), who am I to say (anything)?
Mourinho, whilst admiring the sheer size of Joshua - whom many regard to be one of the greatest specimen in the history of heavyweight boxing - interestingly cites the respect between the heavyweight duo in the lead-up to their IBF scrap as the most enjoyable aspect of the promotion.
— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) April 9, 2016
We say 'interestingly', of course, due to Mourinho's occasionally relaxed approach to the concept during his managerial career.
Mourinho is a long-time fan of the former Olympic gold medallist, and spent some time with the new IBF champ after the fight.
Mourinho's Manchester United centre-back signing... pic.twitter.com/AHVW2Uy5l3
— Hesham Bilal-Hafiz (@hesham786) April 9, 2016