The Portuguese tactician has now led the Italian club to back-to-back European finals but is garnering interesting from the mega-rich Ligue 1 heavyweights.

Jose Mourinho has built back his tremendous reputation, which took a hit thanks to his unsuccessful spells with Manchester United and then Tottenham, by leading Roma to back-to-back European finals.

The Special One, regarded by many as the greatest modern-day manager, led the Italian giants to the inaugural UEFA Europa Conference League title last season, which was his debut campaign. While this term the Giallorossi are sixth in Serie A and thus set to miss out on a top-four finish, Jose has guided the club to the UEFA Europa League final after recently overcoming Leverkusen in the penultimate round, meaning UEFA Champions League football is still up for grabs.

However, while the prospect of winning back-to-back European silverware would be outstanding for Roma, it is also causing them a headache. Mourinho's work at the Stadio Olimpico has caught the attention of a handful of European elites, with PSG in particular said to be eyeing a move for the 60-year-old tactician.

The French giants are expected to sack current head coach Christophe Galtier after yet another disappointing campaign as the Qatari-owned continental powerhouse continue their search for their first UEFA Champions League title. According to Calciomercato (as per O Jogo), though, Roma are putting up a fight and have made two key promises to Mourinho in a bid to fend off interest from the Ligue 1 leaders.

Those promises come in the form of two big summer signings that the Italian club are keen on providing to Jose. Those players are Eintracht Frankfurt defender Evan N'dicka and Lyon midfielder Houssem Aouar. Both men have been linked with other bigger and/or richer clubs, namely Premier League sides Arsenal and Tottenham, but the Serie A outfit remain keen on landing the two.

Aouar was once a highly sought-after player but has seen his stocks take a huge tumble recently. Nonetheless, he has been linked with the Premier League, which is blessed with riches, meaning Roma should face competition. N'dicka, on the other hand, has been linked with the likes of Tottenham and even Barcelona and is a highly-rated defender.

It should be noted that both these players are out of contract and would thus cost Roma nothing should they secure their signatures. As a result, Mourinho might still feel a lack of financial backing from his current employers even if they were to sign both Aouar and N'dicka.

Nonetheless, Roma should be in for an interesting summer transfer window especially if they lift the UEFA Europa League title. The Italian club overcame Leverkusen 1-0 on aggregate in the semifinals and will now battle it out with Sevilla in Budapest for the trophy.