Jose Mourinho has insisted that he does not focus on Manchester United’s problems as it is a thing of the past.
Jose Mourinho’s appointment has added spark to Tottenham’s lost fire. With the Portuguese at the helm, Spurs have won all of their three matches. Moreover, with 10 goals in the process, they have averaged more than three goals a game.
It will be a battle of emotions as Jose Mourinho’s men will go head to head against his former team in their next Premier League outing. Manchester United sacked the 56-year old last year and he will be making his first return to Old Trafford since then.
But Mourinho is not concerned. As reported by Football 365, the Tottenham head coach insisted that he has no strings attached to his former club.
“This is a closed chapter for me,” Jose Mourinho said.
“I left the club, I took my time to process everything that happened. I took my time to prepare myself for the next challenge.
“Honestly, United for me is in my book of experiences. It’s in my history book.”
“It is not for me to analyze United now. I analyze them as an opponent, how they play. How can we beat them? How can they beat us? For me, that is the important thing,” Mourinho declared.