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Jose Mourinho: I'm sure I won't end my career at Manchester United

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has hinted to Telefoot he could manage Paris Saint-Germain one day.

Mourinho, who has guided Manchester United to second in the Premier League, is reported to be keen to sign a new contract at Old Trafford, with his current deal expiring in 2019.

But he looked beyond his stay at United in an interview with the French TV channel, saying he believed PSG, who made Neymar the world's most expensive footballer over the summer, were building "something special."

"The only thing I will say is that I am still a coach with concerns, with ambitions and with the desire to do new things," Mourinho said.

"I am sure that I will not finish my career here [at Manchester United].

"My son, who lives in London, went to Paris to watch a Paris Saint-Germain match instead of Manchester.

"Why Paris? Because they have something special. Magic, quality and youth. It is fantastic."

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