Roma are reportedly keen on holding talks for Jose Mourinho’s new contract.
According to calciomercato.com, Roma – as well as Mourinho himself – are open to extending the Special One’s stay in the Italian capital.
The news portal reports that the Giallorossi could meet with Mourinho in December in order to address long-term plans before the end of the year.
Mourinho’s demands are yet to be revealed but the technician is certainly going to insist on adding an important executive to the club’s management, someone who could take some of the media’s pressure off him and help the team in diplomatic matters involving match officials: Francesco Totti and Zbigniew Boniek could be taken into consideration.
Moreover, the Special One will want to make Romelu Lukaku’s deal permanent and see to it that Paulo Dybala pens an extension with Roma until 2026.