Jose Mourinho could still be sacked by Manchester United

Jose Mourinho could still be sacked by Manchester United

Jose Mourinho could still be sacked by Manchester United

Meanwhile, Manchester United have lost three games this season, and the Red Devils are now occupying 8th position on the League standings with 13 points.

Arnold, executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward's right-hand man, interrupted a post-match interview to congratulate the United boss following the dramatic 3-2 win on Saturday evening. "Many a player would have let Mourinho sink". The 55-year-old has had very public fights with stars such as Paul Pogba, but there are others who remain frustrated by Mourinho.

Ironically, adds the paper, it's a similar move to the one deployed by the United board in 2016 when they asked Mourinho to bide his time as they summoned up the courage to sack Louis van Gaal. FC Barcelona appear interested and Paris Saint-Germain could be, too.

The Mail report also names Luke Shaw, Anthony Martial, David de Gea, Eric Bailly and Antonio Valencia as individuals who could look to walk the longer Mourinho is around.

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'It's a young team, and it's a different pressure, ' he said.

Given their reported pursuit throughout the latter half of the summer window, Harry Maguire's name is conspicuously absent - suggesting that Leicester City have firmly got their way. But the United boar and fans will be hugely concerned by suggestions that Pogba and De Gea could leave.

"It's not good for the heart when it is like this but it is satisfying to win and the way we did in the second half was the way we should always play football", the Belgian told MUTV.

Both United and Chelsea have struggled defensively this season, but Mourinho is keen to spend big in the new year amid concerns over his position at Old Trafford.

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