Blues boss reaffirms commitment to Stamford Bridge cause.
Jose Mourinho has reaffirmed his loyalty to Chelsea by stating that he has no intention of ever quitting the West London club according to the BBC.
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The 50 year old Portuguese manager returned to Stamford Bridge for a second spell as Blues boss last summer, after successful spells at Inter Milan and Real Madrid, and has pledged his future to the Premier League club, stating;
“I stay until they want me not to stay,” he told BBC Football Focus.
“No club moves me from Chelsea until Chelsea wants me to move because I want to be where I am loved.”
“I want to think about the contract I have now, which is a four-year contract – and I have three and a half years left,” he said.
“After that, the club knows I don’t want to leave. I don’t want to think about the next move because I don’t have ambition of a next move.
“I don’t need a new contract. I don’t need more money because I get enough and the club knows because I told them, ‘I stay until you want’, so when one day Mr Abramovich decides that I am not the man, he tells me and I go.
“But if in three years’ time, he says they want me to sign a new contract, then I sign a new contract because I don’t want to leave. Simple as that.”
Chelsea take on Man United in tomorrow’s big clash and are well placed to mount a challenge for both the Premier League and Champions League titles this term.
Mourinho has won seven domestic titles in four different countries and is a manager Chelsea fan’s were very happy to see return as replacement for interim boss Rafa Benitez, who left to take charge of Napoli.
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