Portuguese boss to discuss his future with the club at the end of the season.
Jose Mourinho is set for talks with Real Madrid about his future at the end of the current season according to The Express.
The Portuguese boss has a contract with the Spanish giants that runs until 2016 but his position at the club has come under constant speculation this year after a poor start to the season saw the club surrender an unassailable lead to their bitter rivals Barcelona.
There has also been reports of dressing room unrest at the Bernabeu with Spanish newspaper Marca reporting in January that club captains Iker Casillas and Sergio Ramos had informed club officials that they intend to hand in transfer requests should Mourinho remain in charge at the beginning of next season.
Mourinho will focus on trying to steer the club to Champions League and Copa Del Rey glory for now and will leave talks about his future with club President Florentino Perez until the end of the season.
A number of Europe’s top clubs are ready to offer Mourinho a job should he leave Madrid this summer.
Chelsea have been strongly linked with the Special One’s signature in recent weeks while PSG are prepared to offer Mourinho significant backing in the transfer market should he decide to move to Paris.