Former Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho, who was sacked recently from the club, has stated that he has a future without the team and so does the United’s squad. Refusing to comment on the circumstances that led to his dismissal from the position, Mourinho said that he is not someone who goes on to reveal the details about what actually happened.

“I think you know me, I don’t change. What I did when I left Chelsea, for example, is that same that I’m going to do now. I keep the good things and I don’t speak about anything that happened in the club. I could speak about not as good but that’s not me. Manchester United has a future without me and I have a future without Manchester United,” goal.com quoted Mourinho, as saying.

“It’s over, that’s me and that’s how I’ve always been. I was always very critical of managers that leave clubs and then they come out and they speak about the details of what happened, who is to blame. That’s not me. Until I get back to football I feel I have to right to live my normal life,” he added.

Under Mourinho’s guidance, Manchester United claimed many prestigious titles but a poor run of form by the team followed the sacking of their manager. His departure comes after the ‘The Red Devils’ made their worst start to a league season since 1990-91.

Meanwhile, Manchester United has appointed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as their caretaker manager until the end of the 2018-19 season.