Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has rejected suggestions that he could take over at Valencia next season as “their owner knows I don’t want to leave”.
Reports had tipped the Portuguese to succeed Gary Neville in the near future, regardless of the former Manchester United defender’s performance at Mestalla, in a move orchestrated by his agent and Los Che advisor Jorge Mendes.
“I don’t speak about Valencia. There has been no contact, especially because their owner knows I don't want to leave,” he said at a Press conference on Friday.
“[On his relationship with Spain striker Diego Costa], for me there are no questions marks.
“For one game he was on the bench and for me, for a player, that is natural.
“He always tries and gives his best. I don't need a reaction from him. I just need him to be what he is and try hard.
“I think the Paparazzi had a problem with their memory cards because there were a lot more players out but they only snapped three.”