Jose Mourinho has been linked with several clubs since the Portuguese was unceremoniously sacked as Manchester United manager back in December.
The Red Devils have thrived since sacking Mourinho, appointing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer instead and are now fighting for the top four as well as the UEFA Champions League.
But Mourinho’s future still remains a mystery, with the 56-year-old highlighting that he aims to have a new club to manage by June later this year.
As the date approaches, a number of clubs have been touted as being interested in the former Chelsea boss, and Sport Bild have now added some more to the mix.
In an interview with the German outlet, Jose admitted that the Bundesliga is really interesting, hinting at the possibility of working there in the future.
“The Bundesliga provides an exciting competition for me, especially by the teams in the table midfield, which are constantly improving and thus create an overall nice competition,” Mourinho remarked.
“Full stadiums, great organization, good tactical approaches in many teams – I think the Bundesliga really interesting.”
He then went on to discuss the work done by Niko Kovac at Bayern Munich amid reports that the Bavarians are looking for a new boss themselves.
“Of course, Bayern is a giant. I assure you honestly that I hope Niko will keep his job because he has worked very hard to reach that level,” Mourinho added.
As the season comes to an end, Jose’s future promises to become clearer.