Reports: Mourinho’s departure from Roma has become a “matter of time”

It has become unlikely that the Roma administration will offer a renewal to Jose Mourinho soon after the team’s levels declined severely with the “Special One” this season.

Mourinho’s contract with Roma expires at the end of this season, and the Portuguese coach expects renewal negotiations to begin no later than next February.

But according to what La Gazzetta dello Sport reported, after being eliminated from the Italian Cup by Lazio, the most likely trend is not to make a new offer for Mourinho to renew soon.

Mourinho does not want to wait until May to decide his future, while the Roma administration has become skeptical that Almo is the ideal man to lead the team in the next stage.

The only solution until the Roma administration is convinced that Mourinho is ideal is to succeed in leading the team to qualify for the Champions League, which will not happen before May, while the coach refuses to wait until then.

The closest solution for everyone is for Mourinho’s journey to end in the Italian capital at the end of this season, especially since even the “Giallorossi” fans have become dissatisfied with their coach due to the recent negative results.

Roma is facing a major decline this season despite the inclusion of many distinguished players, as it achieved only 29 points from 19 rounds in the Italian League, placing it in eighth place.

Roma also failed to reach the round of 16 of the Europa League directly after finishing runner-up in its group, and now has to play a playoff match against Feyenoord in mid-February.

It is noteworthy that Mourinho led Roma to achieve the European Conference League title in his first season, then reached the European League final last season, losing it on penalties to Seville.

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