The Portuguese manager is reportedly set to remain at Roma for at least one more season.

PSG's hopes of bringing in Jose Mourinho as their new manager has hit a major snag, at least according to reports from Italy.

Despite a rocky spell at the Stadio Olimpico, Mourinho, who led Roma to their first ever European title when the Giallorossi won the UEFA Europa Conference League last term, appears set to remain in the Eternal City for a bit longer. As per the Corriere dello Sport, the 60-year-old tactician has finally decided to stay put with Roma, with his contract set to expire in 2024.

That means that PSG, who are already seeking to replace Christophe Galtier after yet another disappointing showing in the Champions League, will have to look elsewhere as they aim to overhaul the squad this summer.

Mourinho, meanwhile, will be focused on leading Roma to possibly more silverware this season. The Giallorossi are into the quarter-finals of the UEFA Europa League, and presently sit in fifth spot in Serie A, with a top-four berth - which would guarantee Champions League football - not out of the realm of possibility.

Next up for Roma, who lost 1-0 to Lazio in the Derby della Capitale just before the international hiatus, will be a home game against Sampdoria this weekend. The Lupi will resume European action in mid-April with a series of ties against Dutch side Feyenoord, with the first leg taking place on April 13th while the return leg will take place on the 20th.