Despite this latest denial, Mourinho remains likely to leave Real this summer.
“I have no agreement with Real Madrid to go. I have signed nothing, that’s a nonsense,” Mourinho told RTP.
“The criticism? Nothing affects me, nothing bothers me. I do not go crazy nor do I get depressed. Nothing motivates me more than my own motivation.”
He was again quizzed about his future and said: “My future? I am not training outside of Spain, England, Italy or France.”
SOURCE: Sky Sports
Jose Mourinho has denied reports he has agreed to leave Real Madrid at the end of the current campaign but it looks increasingly likely that this will be the Special One’s last season in Spain.
Los Blancos trail Barcelona by 13 points with ten games remaining in La Liga and winning the title looks a feat beyond even Ronaldo, Benzema, Ozil and co.
Real’s league form, and the ease with which they have surrendered their title – in a manner not dissimilar to Manchester City in the Premier League – has disgruntled the club’s hierarchy and president Florentino Perez is thought to be keen to oust the manager this summer, with Swansea’s Michael Laudrup a surprise candidate to replace him.
The Spanish media have frequently reported bust-ups between Mourinho and senior players at Real and there is compelling evidence that the Portuguese has so far avoided the sack, solely because of his remarkable record in the Champions League.
That said, Real fans chanted Mourinho’s name for long periods during the recent Champions League victory at Old Trafford, suggest the Santiago Bernabeu faithful remain supportive of the 50-year-old.
Even if Mourinho wins the Champions League, he is likely to jump before he is pushed, however. That is his style.
The question remains, where will he end up? PSG are said to be interested in luring Mourinho to Paris and the Ligue 1 outfit certainly have the cash and the ambition to tempt the tactician.
There is also the intriguing possibility that Mou could return to Stamford Bridge, with Chelsea seeking a permanent boss in the summer and the fans still pining for the Special One.
Despite this denial, the only likelihood is that he won’t be at Real next term.