Jose Mourinho had nothing to say when asked if he'd take over Manchester United
With Manchester City having confirmed Pep Guardiola as their new manager for three forthcoming seasons, the spotlight shifted towards the other big fish still on the lookout for a job, Jose Mourinho.
Manchester United fans took to Twitter to express their desires of having the club sign the Portuguese to express the rather unseemly Louis van Gaal but when the former Real Madrid was approached face to face with the question, he had 'nothing to say'.
Louis van Gaal is walking on thin ice at Old Trafford with results not falling favourably for him; Manchester United currently lie fifth in the Premier League table ten points adrift of league leaders, Leicester City. With Mourinho still on the lookout for a new managerial post – having ruled out exiting the Premier League – Manchester United fans are adamant he be given serious consideration.
Sky Sports' Paul Kelso had the opportunity to ask Mourinho on whether he'd be joining Manchester United and here's how that panned out:
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The Spaniard had announced back in December that he wasn't going to continue to coach Bayern Munich – who have gone on bring in Carlo Ancelotti to take over – and that he was looking for a new challenge hinting time and again that England was his next destination.