Mourinho Reveals He Wants 'Many Years' At Man Utd
Jose Mourinho Reveals He Wants 'Many Years' At Manchester United
Manchester United's outspoken boss Jose Mourinho has revealed that he wants to stay at the Old Trafford club for "many years" to come.
The Portuguese tactician signed a three-year contract with the Red Devils at the beginning of the season, and has already delivered the EFL Cup to the club's trophy cabinet.
Many believe United could be the place for Mourinho to achieve great things, and after his latest comments on Portuguese television, it seems he wants to spearhead the club for years to come.
"(A minimum of) three years, I think I will be here, I think the club understood the necessity to give stability to all levels," Mourinho said in an interview with Portuguese TV channel SIC.
"I believe if we do that, even without a massive success, which is harder in football, even more so in England, but with some type of success, I see myself staying here if they want me to stay.
"If they want me to stay I will stay, but like I say, we both need to be happy. I'm not a type of person to be at a club 10, 15 years, without real success.
"I need to have true success, my life is like that, I need that pride and happiness. In all honesty, I would like things to go well and be here many years."
Mourinho's men were dumped out of the FA Cup by Chelsea last week, but they are still chasing the Europa League title and a place in the Premier League's top four.
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