Former Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho was spotted in London on Wednesday following his sacking.
The Portuguese tactician was followed by photographers and a reporter from Sky Sports News few hours after it was confirmed that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would be his successor at United.
The ‘special one’ was asked for his view but simply replied: “I have nothing to say.”
“I have nothing to say. You know me.” 🤐
Jose Mourinho speaks for the first time since leaving @ManUtd near his home in London.
— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) December 19, 2018
As journalists kept insisting; Mourinho grew more restless and invited them to carry on walking with him; but insisted he had nothing more to say.
Mourinho’s final game in charge saw Red Devils lose 3-1 at Anfield; a result which left them 19 points adrift Premier League leaders Liverpool.
Solskjaer, 45, will manage the club for the rest of the season when he is then scheduled to return to Norwegian club Molde.
Manchester United will then look to appoint a permanent manager; but will need to pay £8million if they wish to keep Solskjaer at Old Trafford.