Mourinho has been out of managerial work since he left Manchester Utd in December, but he could be set for a return to management this summer with Roma.
The Portuguese tactician left Old Trafford in disappointing circumstances after a frustrating and inconsistent start to the campaign.
A change was made with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer replacing him.
According to L’Equipe, he could try to silence his detractors with a move to Roma, as the Giallorossi has offered him a three-year contract to become their permanent boss.
The Italian giants sacked Eusebio Di Francesco earlier this season, while Claudio Ranieri is currently in charge on an interim basis until the end of the campaign.
However, Corriere Dello Sport noted that the possibility of a deal being struck depends on Roma’s ability to qualify for Europe’s top league next season.
They are currently in fifth place in the Serie A table, just a point separating them and Atalanta with four games to go.
There is no suggestion of an agreement or one being close yet, but Roma appears to be eager to convince Mourinho to return to Italy after his previous stint with Inter.