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19/10/2012 - 11:19 BST

Jose Mourinho Cools Future Paris Saint-Germain Move Talk

Friday, 19th October, 2012

Jose Mourinho has attempted to clear up his recent comments on taking over at Paris Saint-Germain in the future, by stressing he is perfectly happy at Real Madrid.

The Portuguese tactician had raised the prospect of one day slipping into the dugout at the Parc des Princes and winning a national title he has never won before, by picking up Ligue 1 in France.

He did add though that he appreciates PSG have a first rate coach at present in Carlo Ancelotti.

And he has clarified his thoughts regarding the matter, especially as Ancelotti commented he will have to wait for the PSG job.

"The last time I was asked about PSG, I first said that there is a great coach and that Paris do not need Mourinho", he told France Football.

"But the point is that this sentence was deleted and it falls to me to make things clear.

"I like it where I am, I like it here.

"That is the truth."

Ancelotti has PSG looking in impressive form in Ligue 1, while Mourinho is presently concentrating on keeping the Spanish title at the Bernabeu, a task which looks tough given that Barcelona already hold an eight-point lead.

And so, any thoughts on the former Chelsea manager taking over at PSG are surely for long into the future.

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