Former Manchester United and Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has revealed that he wants to return to management in time for pre-season in June.
The Portuguese coach left United in December after a number of poor results and rumours that he had lost the dressing room.
Mourinho has since been linked with a number of high-profile jobs with Real Madrid reportedly interested in taking him back to the Santiago Bernabeu before appointing Zinedine Zidane.
“It does not matter where I’m going, to a place where I can still win, it’s been two and a half months since I’ve been without training and I’m already preparing for the next challenge,” Mourinho told beIN Sports in France.
“I’m not on vacation or bored, or as if I did not have anything [to do]. I am preparing myself.
“When you work in football daily with six press conferences a week, three games, video sessions, match analysis, everyday problems – We do not have time to take care of ourselves. These months [I have had time] to do it and I will come back even better prepared.”
On when he is likely to take another position, Mourinho added: “The coach position is very special I like the daily work, competing in several competitions, playing games.
“I want to train a club, I want to find a place for this summer, in June for the preseason.
“I know exactly what I do not want, that’s why I’ve already rejected three or four offers.
“And I know what I want, not the name of the club, but the work style, workload.
“I know what I want and that’s what I hope for.”
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