Jose Mourinho insists he has no agreement in place with any club, despite being repeatedly linked to Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain. The Premier League-winning coach has been out of work since leaving Chelsea in December, but has previously revealed he hopes to have another job by this summer.
Mourinho, 53, has been frequently touted as a potential replacement for Louis van Gaal at Manchester United, while he has also been linked to the managerial job at Paris Saint-Germain, where Laurent Blanc is currently in charge. However, the outspoken Portuguese coach has denied those rumours, insisting he does not have an agreement in place with any club.
Asked if he had already accepted a job for next season, Mourinho told Sky Sports: "I go to Montreal for the Grand Prix and carry on enjoying my life." At that point, Mourinho was specifically questioned on the United links, and he added: "[I do not have an agreement] with anybody."
Mourinho is the long-time favourite to succeed Van Gaal at United, where the Dutchman's methods have failed to inspire improved results and performances. United crashed out of the Champions League earlier this season at the group stage and are almost certainly going to miss out on qualification for next season's competition.
It has been widely speculation the Old Trafford club will look to replace Van Gaal this summer, and Mourinho is thought to appear near the top of their wanted list.