Barely a week after The Sun published a series of stories pointing out to a long term stay at the Theatre of Dreams, now, French publication Telefoot in a tweet revealed that the special one made a categorical comment stating that he won’t finish his career at the club.

Initially, reports suggested that the Portuguese tactician was poised to sign a new contract that would see him stay at the club until 2022 in a deal worth £250,000-a week which would be the his longest ever stint as a manager in his entire career.

“The only thing I can say is that I am still a coach with worries, ambitions, desires to do new things. I’m sure I will not finish my career here [at Manchester United]. He told Telefoot.

The 54-year-old is currently in his second year as Manchester United after taking over from Louis Van Gaal in the summer of 2016 and though he won a hattrick of trophies in his debut season, the special one will not want to leave United without guiding them to league success.

United currently sit second in the league standings, two points below early league leaders Manchester City and the diminutive manager will believe he has the capacity to overturn City’s lead and lead the Old Trafford outfit to a historic 14th league title.