Manchester United could face the prospect of losing Jose Mourinho as their manager, reports the usually reliable Duncan Castles of the Daily Record.
Apparently, the self-proclaimed Special One is growing increasingly frustrated with United’s Vice-Chairman, Edward Woodward. There has been no discussions about the possibility of the Portuguese coach extending his stay at the Theatre of Dreams, beyond his current contract which expires in the summer of 2019.
The former Chelsea boss has complained about the inefficiency at which Manchester United is run at the current time, and that frustration could lead to him eventually quitting out on the Red Devils.
At this point in time, Mourinho seems to be delivering some brilliant results at Old Trafford, and this news has certainly come as a surprise to me.
Castles is usually spot on with his information, but I don’t see the manager leaving Manchester United any time soon. A lot can happen in eighteen months. I’d fully expect him to see out his current deal at the very least, so this is something that we really shouldn’t be worrying about right now. Our focus should solely be on delivering the Premier League title next May.