Jose Mourinho says he will not be talking about his death from Manchester United out of the”deepest honor” due to his former colleagues.
The Portuguese was sacked on Tuesday.
United are in the Premier League, 19 points.
“Each time that the chapter is shut, I show my deepest respect with not building any comments concerning my former colleagues”
Former United striker Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was named the club’s caretaker manager until the end of the growing season on Wednesday.
Mourinho has came back to his house in London, and the former Chelsea and Real Madrid boss also has asked the media to respect his privacy before he returns into football.
Speaking to Sky Sports News earlier on Wednesday, he said:”I had been always very critical of directors which leave clubs and they then come out plus they speak about the details of what happened, who is the culprit.
“I could talk concerning the not so decent, but that is not me.
“Until I make contact with football that I feel I have the right to live my regular life.
“Manchester United has a long time without me personally and that I have a long time without Manchester United.”
Mourinho’s statement in full
I have been exceptionally pleased to use the badge of Manchester United because the first day that I came, and that I feel all United supporters recognise this.
Just as had been true with my earlier nightclubs, I have worked with some wonderful people and that I feel that some will be my friends for life.
I am aware that you are all aware of the professional principles. Each time a chapter is shut I show my admiration and that I actually don’t make any comments.
I expect the media may even respect my stance and allow me to live my everyday life until the moment I decide to go back to football.