The manager is yet to find a new club after leaving Manchester United in December of last year.

While he discussed his former club Inter’s chances of taking the Scudetto in 2019-20 from the hands of arch-rivals Juventus, the Portuguese also hinted at a move to Germany.

Mourinho’s last managerial job was with United in the Premier League where he spent two-and-a-half seasons with the League Cup, the Community Shield and the Europa League all won in the process.

However, after a poor start to the 2018-19 season with the Red Devils. Mourinho was sacked by the club in December and replaced by current manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

The former Porto, Inter, Chelsea and Real Madrid manager has said that he is still waiting for the “right project” to come up before moving on to the next managerial journey.

Some of the clubs interested in hiring the Portuguese ahead of the upcoming season there are Benfica, Lyon and most recently Newcastle United.

One of the top leagues Mourinho hasn’t had the opportunity to manage in is the Bundesliga and the man himself isn’t excluding he could become the manager of a German side in the near future.

Asked about his future, Mourinho told Gazzetta dello Sport: “I really miss football. I miss the adrenaline, the field, my job. Football is football.

“Right now, I am studying German. Bundesliga? Now, I’m studying German because I miss the language. I speak English, Spanish, Portuguese, French and Italian. But I do not exclude anything, not even Germany.”

When asked about Inter, probably his all-time favourite club, and their chances for the Scudetto this season Mourinho said the Nerazzurri must try to win the title under Antonio Conte in the Italian’s first season in charge of them.

The Nerazzurri have already signed Diego Godin, Nicolo Barella, Stefano Sensi and Valentino Lazaro, while Conte is determined to prise Romelu Lukaku from United.

Mourinho spent two years at Inter – winning back-to-back Serie A titles and the Champions League – and the club great told Gazzetta dello Sport: “The Nerazzurri have to win Serie A this season. I’m sure they will.”

Inter finished fourth last season, 21 points adrift of Juve under former boss Luciano Spalletti.

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