The PSG boss has warned off his Los Blancos counterpart should the Portuguese wish to take over the side from the French capital
Carlo Ancelotti has warned Jose Mourinho that he will have to wait a long time before taking control of Paris Saint-Germainas the Italian plans on being the coach of the Ligue 1 club for a long time to come.
The 53-year-old made the comments to French daily Le Parisien after being asked about his future at the Parc des Princes. He said: “Here in Paris there is a good feeling with all – the players, the fans, the club.”
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The comments come not long after Mourinho’s own about his future someday laying away from the Bernabeu, as he speculated that he will in the future coach in a country that he has not coached in before.
“I think being the champions in another country is a motivation for me. I was a champion in four countries, so why not a fifth?” said the 49-year-old.
But the former Chelsea boss was careful not to link himself with the job at this current moment as he paid respect to the job that is currently being done by Ancelotti.
“Currently the PSG project is in the hands of quality people like Carlo Ancelotti and Leonardo. So, at this time the PSG don’t need another coach,” he concluded.