Bernabeu boss says move to Eastlands will be impossible.
Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho rejects speculation he will replace underfire Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini this summer.
The ‘Special One’ has been linked to the post at Eastlands as Mancini has failed to live up to his billing in England since taking the job 18 months ago.
The Italian spent over £150million in the last two transfer windows but is struggling to cement Champions League qualification but they are in the FA Cup against Manchester United on Saturday.
Mourinho watched as his side dump Tottenahm Hotspur out of the European Cup to set up a mouth-watering two-legged El Classico with Barcelona.
But the former Chelsea boss says there are no plans to move to Manchester City at the end of the season and he wants to see out his contract.
“Me to Manchester City? That’s impossible,” he told Sky Italia.
“My future is Real Madrid because I have a contract and because it looks like the club is happy with my work,” Mourinho told reporters.
“My future will be in England, for sure, but my future is after Real Madrid.
“I have a contract for three more seasons and I hope I will do well enough to deserve to continue here.”