Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has said that he will never leave Chelsea as far as the owner Roman Abramovich wants him to stay at Stamford Bridge.
He told BBC Football Focus, "I stay until they want me not to stay.” He will not move until Chelsea want him to leave because he loves Chelsea.
After giving Porto two Primeira Liga trophies (Portuguese league) and a Champions League trophy, Mourinho left them for Chelsea in 2004.
Inter Milan won two Serie A titles and Champions League under the Portuguese manager. While for Madrid he won La Liga in his two years stay in Spain.
Mourinho told that he is thinking on the current contract which has three and a half years left.
If he asked to leave the job then he would certainly leave and look for the other job. But he personally wants to stay at Chelsea for a long time.
Chelsea are sitting on third place in the Premier League with nine points just two points behind the league leaders Arsenal. Chelsea will face Manchester United this Sunday. United are on 7th place with 37 points.
What does Mourinho said about United?
Manchester United are 11 points behind the league leaders under new manager David Moyes, and Mourinho has backed Moyes to bring the old days back despite of a poor start.
Blues boss said that he is having a hard time just because the results are not favouring them.
The big and a positive point for Moyes is that United owners are calm and patient, because it is not like other Premier League clubs that if a manager lose one match then he has to leave.
Moyes needs time to rebuild the team and to lead them towards the success.
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