The relationship between José Mourinho and AS Roma appears to be increasingly strained, with reports suggesting a potential distancing from both parties due to dissatisfaction from the club’s owners. The Portuguese manager’s contact is set to expire in June, and speculation about contract renewal is mounting.
In a report by La Gazzetta dello Sport, the Italian media outlet suggests that Mourinho’s position at the club is becoming precarious with him falling short of delivering the expected results at the start of the season set by Roma’s owners, The Friedkin Group. His future at the Italian club seemingly hangs in the balance as negotiations regarding contract renewal become increasingly complicated.
The need for contract renewal is acknowledged, but appears to be a challenging endeavour in the current circumstance. Though the details of the issue remain unclear, the prospects don’t look promising for the former Manchester United and Tottenham manager in his current role at Roma.
As of now, Roma remains tight-lipped about Mourinho’s future at the club, adding to the growing tension and speculation. The fans will be hoping for some clarity soon as the club navigates through these testing times.