Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says he never thinks about managing a national team, that there still plenty of club football left in him yet.

The Portuguese tactician claims to be “even further” away from a move into international management.

The two-time Champions League winner has admitted that he is fully committed to club football at Manchester United.

The former Real Madrid and Chelsea manager has claimed in the past that he hopes to one day have the opportunity to take charge of the Portugal national team. Although, the 45-year-old He has not revealed when it is happening.

In an interview with GQ Magazine on whether he is any closer to feeling tired, the Man United boss said: “No. No! I am not close at all.”

“I think being the coach of a club is my job. Because I need to play matches every week and train every day.”

“I would say I am even further away from being tired now than I was a few years ago.”

Mourino has been clear about his summer transfer plans, with he claimed earlier this year that he will be looking to strengthen his squad.

“We are going to invest the basic to improve our squad,” Mourinho said.

“There is always in the group of players, in the squad, there is always a player or a couple of players who are not playing a lot.”

“They will obviously try to leave, so we are going again to touch [tweak] our squad and to believe that more than [a case of] spend, spend, spend, is probably the evolution of our players.”

“We have some young players that need to get, with both hands, opportunities with their evolution, so let’s see.”

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