Ex-Chelsea coach reveals his future managerial plans

Former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has revealed his future plans as a manager and it doesn't seem to be club duty anytime soon.

Jose Mourinho not seeing himself managing a club anytime soon
For the first time, he is eyeing up a national team in his managerial career.

He has not been on managerial duty since leaving Manchester United in December last year.

There were meanwhile numerous speculation that he could end up at various top Europeans clubs but that didn't go down the lane as was speculated.

He told Eleven Sports; “I want to compete in new competitions.”

“I think about the World Cup and the European Championships. 

“For a long time I have had the desire to try out such an adventure. Right now, I see myself more at a national team than with a new club,” he said.

He added; “Is Portugal the right team for me? Not necessarily.”

There were also funny reports that Mourinho was considering a return to Stamford Bridge for a third spell as manager but Frank Lampard already cancelled that out after being handed contract as boss until 2022.

In case you might ask, “what has he been doing then?” 

To sustain himself, he has been doing some punditry work on beIN SPORTS while he's on the wait for the right job.

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