Jose Mourinho has revealed that his next job after leaving Real Madrid will be in England.
The Portuguese tactician has come under intense scrutiny this season from the Spanish Press, with rumours that Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City and Chelsea are interested in hiring the 50-year-old.
But the former Porto man has claimed that he will come back to Premier League once his time at Los Blancos has come to an end.
“After Real I will return to England,” he told a Press conference. “I love everything [about the Premier League].
“Normally, it will be my next step.”
However, when asked if he will replace Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United, Mourinho said: “I don't believe so. I think we will end our careers at the same.
“Ferguson at 90 and me at 70.”
He then commented on his team's clash with the Old Trafford side tomorrow evening.
“We know how we want to play and we're going to give it a try.
“But we're facing a really strong team with extensive international experience.
“We're extemely clear on what we want to do. We've all been waiting for this match.
“I hope that we meet expectations as fas as the quality of the game is concerned and we put on a great show.
“I enjoy big matches. All the players want to play in this game.
“It is always a privilege to play against Manchester United. They are a great team, with great players and a great Coach.”