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José Mourinho target of many European clubs as amid talks for Saudi move – Sources

José Mourinho is reportedly in conversations to take on administrative obligations at Pro League team Al Shabab FC, following his excusal from Roma, as per a source informed by ESPN.

Mourinho, who enjoyed more than 2½ years with Roma, is now taken part in converses with Al Shabab's donning chief, Domenico Tite, while his representative, Jorge Mendes, haggles with the club.

Mourinho may decide against moving to Saudi Arabia, despite the initial interest from some European clubs.

Presently, Al Shabab possesses the eleventh situation in the Saudi Star Association and is effectively looking for a substitution for overwhelmed chief Igor Biscan, who has seen the group secure just five dominates in 19 association matches this season.

The crew flaunts prominent names, for example, previous Atlético Madrid star Yannick Ferreira-Carrasco, Éver Banega, Romain Saïss, Habib Diallo, and a few Saudi Middle Eastern internationals.

Mourinho, who has communicated his receptiveness to working in the Bay state, recently referenced in October that he was "persuaded" he would ultimately work there.

He also revealed that while he was still the coach of Roma, he turned down a lucrative offer from a Saudi team.

On the off chance that the talks with Al Shabab progress quickly, Mourinho's presentation game as director might actually be a cordial against Roma on Wednesday in Riyadh.

This move would make Mourinho the third client of Jorge Mendes in the Saudi Master Association, joining Jorge Jesus at Al Hilal and Luis Castro at Al Nassr.


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