Former Manchester United manager ,Jose Mourinho has refused a £88m (€100m) deal with Chinese side, Guangzou Evergrande to manage the club in China,Sky Sports reports.
according to the report,Guangzhou Evergrande made up a plan to pay the former United and Chelsea boss £28m a season, with bonuses, in what is believed to be the biggest managerial offer in world football.
Pictured in meeting with chairman of the Evergrande group ,Xu Jiayin,in London in April when they discussed a potential move,Mourinho had to choose the duration of the contract on offer.
It’s understood however that Portuguese wants to continue his career in European football, to coach at the top level and is aspiring to win his third Champions League as he has always said.
Recently,he was tipped for Juventus job by Cristiano Ronaldo but was out of the Italian club’s price range.
Rafa Benitez recently left Newcastle to join Dalian Yifang citing the project was just as attractive as the high salary but Mourinho does not feel the same way.