Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is reportedly being considered for a big managerial role amid the uncertainty around his future with the Red Devils.
According to the Daily Mail, the Portuguese Football Association is considering a move for Mourinho, whose future at United could be in the balance, to take over the national team's hot seat.
It is believed they believe the United manager could become available due to his current situation in England, despite the 2018/19 season not having begun yet.
Mourinho has been criticised for the brand of football his team has produced since his arrival at the Red Devils in 2016, and he has not won himself many fans with his recent behaviour during pre-season.
The Portuguese harshly criticised some of the younger players on tour with his team in the US, while he has also warned the board over their lack of activity in the transfer window.
With Mourinho known for not staying at a club for longer than three seasons, fans seem to be wary ahead of his third campaign at United.
If the 55-year-old does not last at the 20-time Premier League champions this campaign, perhaps he would consider taking on an international job, something he has not done before.
Fernando Santos has been in charge of the Portuguese national team since 2014, but his contract is set to expire in 2020.
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