Jose Mourinho looks set to leave Rome after three years in the Italian capital.
The Portuguese coach has a contract with the Gialloros until the end of this season and there is still nothing new about the new contract.
The club has not made a proposal for the extension of the contract and it seems that the Special One’s patience is running out.
Calciomercato has reported that Mourinho will wait until December 31 for Roma’s proposal and if he does not come within this year then he will not sit down to discuss.
Roma president Dan Friedkin thinks highly of the Portuguese, but is still undecided on whether to continue with him.
The ‘Special One’ is very connected to the club and the fans, but he has some conditions to continue the cooperation.
However, if he leaves Rome, Mourinho’s future will be in Saudi Arabia, where there are several important offers, especially in financial terms.