Manchester United's Jose Mourinho planning for future despite Paris Saint-Germain reports
By Bryan Swanson, Chief News Reporter
Last Updated: 10/11/17 6:34am
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is continuing his plans for the next transfer window following further speculation over his long-term future.
Sky Sports News understands Mourinho is still planning for the club's future and will spend the international break scouting for potential new players.
The 54-year-old is expected to attend games in Europe to assess potential targets ahead of the transfer window re-opening in January.
The Sun reported on Thursday that Manchester United directors 'fear Mourinho is on his way to PSG' next summer. He recently talked-up what was happening at the French club, saying: "At the moment in Paris there is something special. Magic, quality, youth - it's fantastic."
Mourinho, who also recently denied he was close to signing a new contract at Old Trafford, is nearly midway through the three-year deal he signed in May last year and terms are yet to be agreed over an extension.
Mourinho also said he did not expect to end his career with United, although he later clarified that he was talking about being unable to match the longevity of Sir Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger.
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