“I am ready to continue my coaching career and start with Manchester United again but I told Sir Jim Ratcliffe to get rid of the four players that got me fired before I agree to coach Manchester United again. They are the real virus in that club”-Mourinho reveals that he next club will be soon Manchester United coach again under two conditions.

Jose Mourinho has reflected on the pivotal moment when he sensed his tenure at Manchester United was destined to falter.Taking the helm at Man United in the summer of 2016, Mourinho’s tenure lasted two-and-a-half seasons before his dismissal.

While his debut season saw triumphs with the League Cup and Europa League titles, subsequent campaigns proved challenging.Despite securing a second-place finish in the Premier League behind Manchester City, the significant gap of 19 points highlighted underlying issues.

Mourinho expressed frustration with the club’s transfer activities in the summer of 2018, lamenting the inability to address squad shortcomings.In a conversation with Rio Ferdinand on FIVE, Mourinho articulated his perspective: “Before acquiring new furniture, you must tidy the house.

I prioritized cleansing the squad over new acquisitions, yet we fell short of the necessary overhaul.””I aimed to initiate this process in the second season, but various obstacles hindered our efforts,” Mourinho elaborated. “By the third season, while I refrained from specifying player targets, I was acutely aware of the undesirable elements within the squad.”Acknowledging the challenges faced, Mourinho conceded, “In football, one must sometimes accept constraints.

Despite recognizing and addressing underlying issues, the manifestation of these challenges became increasingly apparent in the third season.”

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