With Juventus still looking for a new manager ahead of next season, it has been claimed that Jose Mourinho will reject any approach from the Italian giants, and the reason for this has now reportedly been revealed.
According to AS, the Portuguese tactician does not see himself at the Bianconeri due to his relationship with Inter Milan.
Mourinho spent two seasons in charge of the Nerazzurri between 2008 and 2010, in what was a successful stint, winning five trophies, including the UEFA Champions League.
The former Manchester United manager's name was one of the first to be linked with the Juve job when it was announced that Massimiliano Allegri would be departing, along with other high-profile bosses such as Mauricio Pochettino and Antonio Conte.
The 56-year-old reportedly has no interest in entering into negotiations with the Old Lady, despite the team being set up for success, with his former Real Madrid striker Cristiano Ronaldo leading the front line.
It has also been claimed that Mourinho has many job offers on the table from countries all over Europe, as well as China.
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