Jose Mourinho draws attention to a Vespa scooter around Roma training base amid cameras and fanfare … as the Portuguese coach begins to settle in the Italian capital ahead of the new season!
- José Mourinho was named the new manager of AS Roma a few months ago
- The Portuguese found a new job just days after being sacked by Tottenham
- Mourinho arrived in Rome last week and kept fans in the loop
- His latest Instagram post shows him circling his new base on a Vespa
José Mourinho caught the attention of passersby again on Tuesday as he toured Roma training base on a Vespa scooter!
The Portuguese manager, who was announced as Roma’s new manager in May after being sacked from the top job at Tottenham, is starting to move to the Italian capital arrived with great fanfare last week.
And Mourinho amused Instagram followers when he drove the famous Italian Vespa scooter around the club’s Fulvio Bernardini base on Tuesday, posting a video online with a buggy filming him as the star of the show.
José Mourinho toured Roma training base on Tuesday on a classic Vespa scooter
The Portuguese boss moves to the Italian capital after his recent appointment
The former Inter Milan coach regularly uses his Instagram platform to inform his fans of his travels, especially in light of his arrival in Rome in recent days.
Mourinho, 58, found work just days after his dismissal from Spurs, taking on a new challenge with the Serie A squad and spending his summer in London and Portugal, alongside expert duties with talkSPORT.
He signed a three-year contract at Stadio Olimpico, embarking on a new challenge after seven years in English football.
The Giallorossi have turned to the former Chelsea, Manchester United and Real Madrid coach after a disappointing campaign in which Paulo Fonseca guided the team to a seventh place finish.
Mourinho landed in the Italian capital last week as he prepares for a new chapter
Roma also reached the semi-finals of the Europa League, before being eliminated by Manchester United.
Mourinho has a history in Italian football, guiding Inter to a historic treble in 2010.
However, he has fallen out regularly with Italian football authorities during this triple campaign, but is now back in Italy after 11 years.