Mourinho 'Decides' Roma Future

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Jose Mourinho has reportedly decided his future at Roma.
Jose Mourinho has reportedly decided his future at Roma.

Two-time UEFA Champions League-winning manager Jose Mourinho has reportedly come to a decision on his future at Roma.

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According to Italian publication Il Corriere dello Sport, the Portuguese tactician has decided he will see out his contract in Rome, which is set to expire at the end of next season.

Mourinho's future has been a hot topic in recent weeks amid apparent interest from Paris Saint-Germain, while he has also been tipped for a return to Real Madrid.

It is believed that, while there have been no discussions between the 60-year-old and Roma's board over an extension, he will continue beyond the current campaign either way.

Newcastle United have also been credited with an interest in the former Chelsea and Manchester United head coach, who, despite a host of suitors, has no plans to leave the Giallorossi before 2024.

The report claims that Mourinho's stance could persuade first-team stars Paulo Dybala and Chris Smalling to pen new deals at the club, with the latter's set to expire in June this year.

Dybala, meanwhile, could be available at a relatively cheap price in the coming months for teams outside Serie A, who would reportedly need to meet a €10 million (R196 million) release clause to sign him.

For clubs in Italy, €20 million (R393 million) would be required to enter into direct talks with the 2022 FIFA World Cup winner.

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Mourinho joined Roma in 2021, and has since added a UEFA Conference League title to his impressive trophy collection. 

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