Red Devil’s Manchester United has unveiled Portuguese coach José Mourinho as the clubs new manager replacing Louis van Gaal.
José Mourinho will take over as manager of Manchester United from the 2016/17 season, signing a three-year contract with an option to stay at the club until at least 2020.
José who has won 22 trophies since 2003 has managed several club sides at the top level of European football for over a decade and in that time has won league titles and cups in four countries (Portugal, England, Italy and Spain).
Man U’s new coach, has managed London rivals Chelsea, and also Real Madrid, Inter Milan, FC Porto and Benfica.
Mourinho has won the UEFA Champions League twice – in 2004 with FC Porto and in 2010 with Inter Milan.
Man U Unveils New Manager José Mourinho
Announcing the appointment, United’s Director Ed Woodward said:
“José is quite simply the best manager in the game today. He has won trophies and inspired players in countries across Europe and, of course, he knows the Premier League very well, having won three titles here.
“I’d like to take this opportunity to welcome him to Manchester United. His track record of success is ideal to take the club forward.”
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Responding, José Mourinho said:
“To become Manchester United manager is a special honour in the game. It is a club known and admired throughout the world.
“There is a mystique and a romance about it which no other club can match. I have always felt an affinity with Old Trafford; it has hosted some important memories for me in my career and I have always enjoyed a rapport with the United fans.
“I’m looking forward to being their manager and enjoying their magnificent support in the coming years.”