Roma remain confident that manager Jose Mourinho will remain at the club despite interest about quitting the national team surfacing once again. The departure of Fernando Santos from the Portuguese national team has meant that a vacancy has been created that might interest Jose Mourinho, who has talked about coaching the national team at some point in the future. Even during his best days, Mourinho has always maintained that his desire would be to be in charge of the Portuguese national team. At 59, this may be the best opportunity for the former Chelsea and Manchester United manager to get into the international scene.
The representative of Nikola Milenkovic has hinted that his client could make the switch to the Premier League in the near future. The 21-year-old only joined La Viola from Partizan Belgrade last year but he has made immense progress to become a regular for both club and country this campaign.
Amidst this, he has attracted interest plenty of big club interest and his agent believes a move to the Premier League cannot be ruled out, he said: “I followed him for a long period, he has been targeted by [Pantaleo] Corvino a long time ago. I was amazed by his coolness and his strength. Milenkovic is a mature man. He lacks in positioning, that's why [Stefano] Pioli plays him decentralised. I think it is probable to see him doing well in Premier League, because he improved a lot in just one year at Fiorentina.”