Jose Mourinho looks set to snub a move to PSG after seemingly providing an update on his managerial future.
The legendary boss, 60, is a leading candidate to take the reins at Les Parisiens, who are expected to sack Christophe Galtier in the coming days, following another disappointing season in the Champions League.
The former Nice and Lille boss was able to lead the club to their 11th Ligue 1 title but domestic success is no longer a barometer for job security under the ownership of Qatar Sports Investments.
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Finishing runners-up to Benfica in the Group Stage, PSG were pitted against six-time winners Bayern Munich in the opening knockout round and despite an abundance of attacking talent, Galtier's side failed to score across 180 minutes as the Bavarians ran out 3-0 aggregate winners.
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With the curtain now down on the 2022/23 season, PSG are ready to step up their managerial pursuit and had looked to open talks with Mourinho over the possibility of switching capitals from Italy to France. However, the self-proclaimed 'Special One' appears to have made intentions clear after Roma's final league match.
Thanking fans for their support over the course of the season, Mourinho is seen showing his appreciation during a lap of honour at the Stadio Olimpico.
Approaching the tunnel, the Portuguese icon then motions his finger downwards several times as if to state he will remain at the club to see out the remainder of his contract, which runs until the end of next season.
The small gesture was met with rapturous applause from inside the 72,698-capacity stadium.
Mourinho has led I Giallorossi to successive European finals since his appointment in 2021, ending the club's 11-year trophy drought with victory in the inaugural Europa Conference League final.
Mourinho's latest success banked Roma Europa League football for the 2022/23 campaign but his 100 per cent record in European finals was ended by stalwarts Sevilla, who claimed their seventh title on penalties.
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