Former Manchester United and Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho has offered some insight into his next possible managerial destination, in addition to revealing his demands before accepting his next job.
The former Chelsea coach has been without a job since being sacked by the Red Devils in December 2018, following a 3-1 defeat to arch-rivals Liverpool.
Mourinho, who has won top honours in Portugal, Italy, Spain and England in his managerial career so far, recently hinted at his next destination, and although nothing concrete has come of the 56-year-old's remarks, he fuelled speculation further by revealing what he'd like from his future employers.
"I don't want an internal conflict," he was quoted as telling The Telegraph.
"I want internal empathy. I want to work in a club that understands there is a structure in place.
"During my career, I have been working in every possible circumstance. The most successful situations are not because of the structure but because of the empathy in the structure.
"If it is a club without ambition, I wouldn't go. I refused (a job offer) because I want high-level football and ambitions at the highest level.
"That is my second item (of requirement). My first item is structural empathy. I want to work with people that I love. People I want to work with, that I am happy to work with, with whom I share the same ideas.
"It was what I had at Inter. There are clubs like this. Normally, that is a very important part of a successful club."
Since making his managerial debut in 2000, Mourinho has won a staggering 25 trophies, including two UEFA Champions League titles.
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