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Mourinho allegedly turns down Al Shabab offer, considers European offers

According to a source from ESPN, José Mourinho has turned down an offer to become Al Shabab's new manager from the Saudi Pro League.


The club's sporting director, Domenico Tite, met with Mourinho's agent, Jorge Mendes, right after AS Roma fired the Portuguese coach last week.

Notwithstanding communicating his longing to oversee in Saudi Arabia soon, Mourinho, who turns 61 on Friday, has picked against joining the SPL as of now.

While he has collected interest from European clubs, the source referenced that Mourinho is requiring some investment to settle on his best course of action.

He cannot manage another Italian club this season due to league rules, so clubs like Napoli may be interested in him for next season.


Mourinho, who has been fired from Chelsea, Real Madrid, Manchester United, Tottenham, and Roma, among other coaching positions, has stated that he would prefer to remain in Europe, but only for the right project.

Al Shabab, as of now eleventh in the Saudi Genius Association, is anxious to supplant their beset chief, Igor Biscan, having won only five of their 19 association games this season.



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