- Jose Mourinho reveals his first move after recently being sacked by Manchester United
- The Portuguese tactician spent almost three years at Old Trafford with an Europa League title to his credit
- Mourinho was let go after his side's dramatic 3-1 defeat to Liverpool in last weekend's Premier League encounter at Anfield
Jose Mourinho has admitted that Manchester United are now history in his life barely 48 hours after being sacked by the Premier League club.
The 55-year-old is currently out of job after parting ways with the Red Devils barely three years in charge of the Premier League club.
He joined the Old Trafford outfit in 2016 and immediately led them to Europa League and EFL Cup titles in his first year at the club.
Mourinho had series of issues with some of United's big stars during his reign at Old Trafford - with Paul Pogba being stripped off vice captaincy in one of their bust ups.
It was also revealed that only Romelu Lukaku and Nemanja Matic voted to keep the former Real Madrid and Chelsea boss at the club.
When caught up with by journalists, the Portuguese tactician said he was already job hunting but would appreciate being allowed to live his life pending his return to active football.
"I keep the good things and I don't speak about anything that happened in the club. I could speak about not as good but that's not me.”
"I think you know me, I don't change. What I did when I left Chelsea for example is the same that I'm going to do now.”
"Manchester United is past. Until I get back to football, I feel I have my right to live my normal life."
Briefly.co.za recalls that Manchester United have sacked Jose Mourinho barely three years in charge at the Theatre of Dreams.
United have recorded poor strings of results all through their campaign including their 3-1 bashing at the hands of Liverpool at Anfield last weekend.
Mourinho's assistant and former captain Micheal Carrick is reportedly going to be in charge until a new manager is appointed.
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