Jose Mourinho is expected to leave Roma when his contract expires at the end of the season, according to Sky Sport Italia.
Mourinho signed a three-year contract when Roma appointed him in 2021, which will run out at the end of the current campaign.
There has been plenty of speculation about what the future might hold for arguably the highest-profile manager Roma have ever had, but Gianluca Di Marzio – a journalist who when he talks, you listen – has told Sky today that there are no talks to extend Mourinho’s contract in the capital, since there are some differences between him and the Friedkins.
It means Roma will likely be on the lookout for a new coach in 2024. Despite some inconsistent results, Mourinho will be a tough act to follow simply because of his pedigree.
At the end of his first season in charge, he ended Roma’s 14-year trophy drought by leading them to the Europa Conference League title, then in the second he led them to the Europa League final.
It remains to be seen how Roma – who have not confirmed anything in public about Mourinho’s future – will fare in what seems set to be his final season.