Former Chelsea boss, Jose Mourinho, insists he has no agreement in place with any club despite reports linking him to PSG.
The Portuguese remains out of work after being sacked by Chelsea in December but maintains he will be back in the dugout for the start of next season.
He continues to be linked with the Manchester United job, should Louis van Gaal be axed after the FA Cup final .
PSG has also been earmarked as a possible destination while reports over the weekend claimed Everton had made an approach.
But Mourinho is adamant his future is yet to be decided.
After being asked about any deal being in place by Sky Sports, he shook his head and replied: “I go to Montreal for the Grand Prix and carry on enjoying my life.”
Mourinho was then asked “not with Manchester United?” – to which he responded: “with nobody.”
It comes amid reports that the ex-Chelsea boss is now in talks with French champions PSG.
Despite Laurent Blanc signing a contract extension earlier this year , PSG chiefs are considering moving for a new boss.
According to the Mail , Mourinho views the job as an excellent opportunity and would be ready to take the reins – should Blanc be axed.
PSG’s interest could well push Ed Woodward into a corner as he decides whether or not to keep faith with Louis van Gaal.