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Former Chelsea, United boss hints in new destination

Timothy Aiyeku

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A former Chelsea and Man United boss Jose Mourinho has unwittingly revealed his intention to manager French Ligue 1 outfit Paris Saint Germain in the coming season.

Jose Moutinho has been out of a job since December last year after he was sacked from Man United from failing to deliver good performance at the club and having had rifts with some of the players.

The Portuguese boss was immediately replaced by Unites’ s former forward Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who has been facing the challenge as a manager.

However, Jose Mourinho, who has been working as a pundit claims he would be able to handle the Ligue 1 outfit, claiming to know what the issue with the team and why they have not delivered as expected.

It would be recalled that PSG were eliminated by Man United in the round of 16 and have not had a superb season so far with inconsistent performance.

Howbeit, manager Jose Mourinho is opened to returning back to management with lots of speculations already.

According to him, there have been offers available but he rejected them because the clubs lack the ambition he seeks for.

There are therefore suggestions that Mourinho will pick up the offer if called upon by PSG.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.