Boateng was one of several defenders who had been targeted by Manchester United in the transfer window as Mourinho aimed to bring in a new centre-half.
However, it wasn't to be and Mourinho ended up empty handed as executive vice chairman Ed Woodward failed to land any of his defensive targets so United will have to wait until at least January to get their hands on a new centre-back.
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But a deal was never completed between United and Bayern Munich.
Bayern Munich's Boateng had already made his stance clear on the transfer as he personally called Mourinho to rule himself out of any potential deal.
"I had enquiries from PSG and Manchester United", Boateng told Bild via Metro. It was no escape, but rather the thrill of a new challenge. I feel well at Bayern, it's one of the biggest clubs in the world. 'I explained to him that it's hard to leave, and if I do, everything has to be in place to top this club, ' explained Boateng.
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So there we have it.
However, Boateng showed his class during the phone-call and Mourinho will no doubt have appreciated his honest words.
Tottenham were heavily linked with the player throughout the summer, while Chelsea were also said to be keen.
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"Everyone was saying everywhere that I absolutely wanted to leave Tottenham", Alderweireld said, per Sky Sports. But, his place in the Bianconeri's first-team setup seems to be in jeopardy for the first time in over three years following the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo.