Former Manchester United manager has been out of work ever since Man United sacked him last December.
And to be honest this is without a doubt the worst phase the Portuguese has been going through.
After a failure with Chelsea, Jose Mourinho was eager to prove himself with Man United and while he did manage to win a number of trophies with the club, the manager failed to win hearts with his boring style of football.
Most pundits blasted Mourinho’s tactics at United and despite the sack, Jose Mourinho still remains one of the most candid managers of all time.
And recently he had a thing or two to say about Jurgen Klopp and Mauricio Pochettino.
“I won titles everywhere I have been and I cannot run away from my mentality,” Mourinho said.
“Some coaches like to sell the idea of a philosophy, but you have to sell the philosophy after you win.
“If you win nothing what is the point?
“If your team plays very well, your team wins, so I don’t like these contradictions we have in football nowadays.”
This interview though was not all compatriot bashing as Jose Mourinho also went on to claim that he is ready for his next job and is looking to return back to management in June of this year.
“What I have in mind is that I would like to be back in June for a new club and a new pre-season,” Jose Mourinho added.
“I know what I don’t want and that is the reason why I have had to say no to three or four different offers.
“I know what I want, not in terms of a specific club, but the nature of the job, and I am going to be waiting for that.”