Jose Mourinho has denied speculation that has suggested he wants to leave Manchester United, and has insisted his commitment to the club is ‘total’.
Reports surfaced this morning club officials have grown increasingly worried that the Portuguese is considering quitting the club at the end of the season, after noticing that their manager is spending more an more time away from Manchester.
Paris Saint Germain have been linked with wanting to take Mourinho to the French capital, but speaking to the media today, he has denied that he is planning to leave the club.
“If you want to ask me directly if I see myself next season at Manchester United then I say I see myself [here].
“As I said when i arrived, I am going to leave when the club wants me to leave because I have no intention to leave at all.
“My intention is to stay and to work and to improve, and to bring the club to where the club belongs, and I want to stay.
“I do not see any reason not to stay. I still have a contract. In fact, I am in the middle of my contract. I am not in the last couple of months.
“My desire is to stay until the owners and the board is happy with my work.
“I am in the middle of my contract. If I am going to sign a new one of course depends on the club, but my commitment with the club is total, and I want to stay.”
Mourinho has recently claimed that the club are unable to compete with league leaders and local rivals, Manchester City, despite spending £300m last summer.