Jose Mourinho has insisted he has no deal put in place with any club in regards to his immediate future, though has revealed he will be back to work this summer, according to Sky Sports.
Speculation over him potentially taking over from Louis van Gaal at Manchester United at the end of the season has been rampant ever since his sensational sacking from Chelsea back in December.
Due to the continued struggles of the Dutchman at Old Trafford, the Portuguese’s shadow constantly seems to be looming large over him at the Theatre of Dreams.
Certain reports even suggested a deal with the Red Devils had been agreed in principle.
However, the former Inter Milan and Porto coach has distanced himself from such suggestions and insists there are no concrete plans as to his next landing spot.
‘Van Gaal is my friend, I worked with him for a few years’, revealed the 53-year old.
‘I am always linked with jobs and in the summer I will have a job, but in this moment I can promise you I do not have a contract with any club.’
Along with the Manchester giants, the self-proclaimed ‘Special One’ has been linked with a return to former club Real Madrid upon the end of this campaign.
‘I am not in a position to turn jobs down, I am in a position to analyse. I am in a position to be open to any club or national team.’