Inter Milan coach Jose Mourinho has no plans to discuss his future until after the Champions League final on May 22.
The Nerazzurri head into the final Serie A match of the season at Siena on Sunday two points clear of second-placed Roma and with a big date with Bayern Munich to look forward to in Madrid later this month too.
Mourinho has a contract at the San Siro until 2012 but continues to be linked with a move to Real Madrid – particularly after further endearing himself to the Spanish club’s fans by knocking Barcelona out of the Champions League.
But the Portuguese insists there will be no developments on the matter until at least May 23.
“My immediate goal at the moment is to beat Siena to secure the Scudetto and another very near goal is that we do the same against Bayern Munich to lift the European Cup,” he told Spanish daily AS.
“The rest we’ll see. I told my agent, Jorge Mendes, I will not discuss the matter at least until May 23 – after the Champions League final.
“The immediate objectives are what I said. But I still have things to do in football.
“Of course part of my plan is to train in Spain, and maybe also be Portugal coach some day – but that’s when I’m old, maybe in 15 or 20 years.
“Is there a hurry? I have important things I do in the coming days. From May 23 we’ll see what happens. For now, we must ask Mendes.”
Mourinho insists he has had no contact with Madrid as yet.
“I have not,” he said. “Personally, I only speak with Inter.”
Asked whether one day he would like to coach Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo, he replied: “Well, I said I want to be coach of Portugal in 15 or 20 years.”