Ex-Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has shot down rumours that he will be Manchester United boss next season.
Mourinho was reported to have sealed a deal to replace Louis van Gaal at Old Trafford, but the Portuguese coach has insisted that he is still unsure where his next job will be.
“My next challenge, my next club? I really don’t know,” Mourinho told La Stampa.
“I just know that I love football and I will be back with the same passion and ambition as ever, having during this period a respectful behaviour to every manager and every club.”
Mourinho, who reportedly wrote to Manchester United seeking the club’s manager’s position, added: “I don’t search for clubs, clubs search for me.”
Mourinho has also been heavily linked with a return to San Siro to take up the Inter Milan reins once again.
But he claims he has no intention of taking Roberto Mancini’s job.
He said: “I go for a day in Milan to personally say thanks to my president Mister Moratti.
“I left Inter in 2010 and since then work was hard every day in Madrid and Chelsea, and it was difficult to find a moment to have lunch with the Moratti family.
“We agreed on this Saturday a few weeks ago, and yes, after a family day we will go to San Siro, with an ‘Interista’ spirit,with the hope and the happiness to see Inter win.
“It will be a great emotion for me – San Siro and the Interisti – but let me make it clear… I will not be Inter manager next season.
“Inter has a project, a project that belongs to Mister Thohir and Mister Roberto Mancini, a project that I totally support and wish will end in success.”