Roberto Martinez fielded a question on his future during a Belgium press conference today.
Ryan Mason was appointed as an interim boss after Mourinho’s sacking, but the north London club have always been clear that they will appoint a new full-time head coach ahead of next season.
Mauricio Pochettino remains the favourite with a stunning return mooted, while Antonio Conte and Erik ten Haag have also been linked with the role.
Martinez is currently fifth-favourite with the bookmakers, and the former Everton and Swansea City boss was asked about the possibility during a Belgium press conference ahead of this summer’s Euro 2020.
But Martinez would not be drawn on the question, asserting that all his focus is on securing a European Championship title for the Red Devils.
“We have been looking forward to this tournament for three years,” he said. “Now is not the time to talk about my future.”
Martinez has been with Belgium since 2016, and he has achieved mixed fortunes, crashing out of Euro 2016 at the quarter-final stage at the hands of Wales before losing in the semi-finals of the 2018 World Cup to eventual winners France.
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Belgium will be hoping to get closer to winning silverware this summer, and it might be Martinez’s last chance to do so with the nation with his contract coming towards an end.
It was due to expire at the end of 2020, but after Euro 2020 was delayed, he was handed a contract extension that will keep him in place until the end of this year.