Jose Mourinho has revealed he doesn’t know where he could be in the long run in the wake of his future at AS Roma.
The Portuguese manager has a contract with the Italian club until the end of the 2023/24 season but says he has no idea if he will continue at the club at the end of his current deal.
Talks for a new contract between the two parties have not progressed as Giallorossi expect raising concerns about their long-term future with Mourinho who was linked to a move to Saudi Arabia in the summer.
The Portuguese recently discussed, among other things, his future at the club with Sky Italia. He went on to say that the Friedkins had given him a Vespa when he first joined the group, but he wasn’t sure when he would take it away.
He said: “It’s always there in Trigoria, the club gave it to me when I arrived. In Trigoria, unfortunately, there are not many cups and there is the Vespa. Now I leave it there, when one day I leave I will take it with me.”
“I don’t know if I’ll be able to stay longer. Before the final in Budapest I promised the players that I would stay. After Spezia, at the Olimpico, with gestures I told the fans that I would stay here and now I am here,” he said about his future.
Roma have won their last two games following a poor start to the 2023/23 campaign.