Jose Mourinho has indicated interest to extend his contract with Manchester United despite having a three-year deal with the Red Devils at Old Trafford.
The former Real Madrid manager who arrived during the summer have been trying to return Manchester United to the Champions League zone, but United are currently seated on the sixth position of the premier league table after 17 league matches.
The 53-year-old Portuguese tactician was quoted by BBC Sport to say “I know that if one day they bring a new contract, I will sign it,”.
Mourinho further stated that although there are mouth-watering offers from China, but he would not want to be carried away by the attractive package which the Asian side are out to give.
At 53, Mourinho described himself as too young to go to China, as he prefers to stay in the most difficult place to win rather than go to China due to the attractive money offered to him.
Manchester United will host Sunderland on boxing day, and it is expected that the United boss will extend their premier league win to four consecutive.