Famous ex-Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho doesn’t want to wait another year for Manchester United if the club determines to stay with Louis van Gaal until next summer. According to many English resources, the Dutch manager hopes to stay with “Red devils” until the end of his contract, even though he had a long hard season with the club. In that case, Mourinho would have to wait until 2017-18, which he thinks is not in his best interest.
Despite all developing events, this Portuguese expert could join the club much sooner if van Gaal fails to win the FA Cup final against Crystal Palace or to finish in top four of the Barclays Premier League. The future of the assistant manager Ryan Giggs is one more problem that the board of Manchester United has to solve.
If United fails to notice Giggs as the new candidate for Van Gaal’s post, he could also leave the club although the former winger is considered to be one of the most involved in the club’s success over past two decades.
Mourinho’s link with English giant was revealed early in February, when Inter Milan director Bedy Moratti told the media that Jose was on his way to Manchester, after meeting her in Italy. Denying the possible return of Portuguese coach to Milan, Moratti said that Mourinho was happy to join Manchester United.
Last month, a 53 year old coach didn’t want to reveal which could be his next club, after confirming that he was going to continue his work elsewhere if not in Manchester. He also said that he wasn’t in a position to choose jobs in the month of April regarding that every decision in Premier League was always made in May. ‘I am open to any club, national team.’ Mourinho said still admitting that we would love to stay in England. He also noted that he preferred English football the most and that his family was happy in this country.