Jose Mourinho has little doubt where his future lies. Currently halfway through his current deal at Man Utd, the Portuguese is reportedly amid contract discussions.
There were suggestions that he may depart Old Trafford at the end of the season. Those were strongly dismissed by him on Thursday.
I don't see any reason not to stay. I still have a contract, I am in the middle of my contract, not the last couple of months, and my desire is to stay until the owners and the board is happy with my work.
If you want to speak about some news, I say garbage, I don't find a better word than to define the talk.
If you want to ask me directly, which I suppose you want, if I see myself next season in Manchester United, I say I see myself [here] and, as I told when I arrived, I'm going to leave when the club wants me to leave, because I have no intention to leave at all.
While also appearing to have a little dig at some of the more animated touchline characters of the Premier League - likely Antonio Conte and Jurgen Klopp - he also shrugged off the notion that he is unhappy at Man Utd.
Because I don't behave as a clown on the touchline it means I lost my passion? I prefer to do the way I do it. Much more mature, better for my team and myself.
You don't have to behave like a crazy guy on the touchline. The way a person is dedicated to his work, not what you do in front of the cameras.
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