“I couldn’t leave Roma in my second season”


The coach rules out Roma leaving, praises Smalling and Mkhitaryan and reminds… United.

José Mourinho, to Sky Sports, has made it clear that he will stay at Roma. “I still have two years left on my contract. We have to finish the season in the best possible way and start the next season 100%. I’m not looking for a change. I couldn’t leave Roma in my second season” , he said, pointing to the future: “We want to try to reach the Champions League, but if we look at the level of investment at Inter, AC Milan and Juventus, “we realize that these three places are taken from the start. There is a fourth vacancy this year for Napoli. Next season? I think so.”

At the Giallorossi, Mourinho met Smalling and Mkhitaryan, who had previously coached at Manchester United. “We won three titles together. Unfortunately, those were United’s last three. The second season we were together was a bit different. What makes me happy is that initially people were saying things. negative things and that Miki wouldn’t have a chance with me. Smalling is having a great season and that makes me happy because he’s a fantastic player. In Italy he’s known as Smalldini,” he said. Explain.

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