Mourinho: Paris Saint-Germain move possible in the future

'The Special One' is happy to consider coaching the big-spending Parisian club one day, as he would like to be successful and win the league title in a fifth country
Jose Mourinho does not rule out a move to Paris Saint-Germain in the future and admits that he is excited by the long-term plan at the Parc des Princes.

The Portuguese coach has a reputation for winning titles in different countries and the prospect of leading another European side to success is one that strongly appeals to him.

Speaking to BeIn Sport, Mourinho said: "Being a champion in another country is a motivation for me.

"This would be the fifth. I say why not?"

Mourinho is renowned for achieving a winning formula at the clubs he has coached as he has demonstrated at Porto, Chelsea, Inter Milan and Real Madrid.

But although the 49-year-old is a big fan of PSG's ambitious plans, he views a potential switch to the Parisian club as unlikely at the moment.

"The project [of PSG] is very big and organised, with Leonardo and Carlo Ancelotti who are doing a good job.

"I don't think they need another coach," he explained.