Manchester United tactician Jose Mourinho has beckoned on Eric Bailly to remain patient at Manchester United stressing that his time will come.
The Ivorian international was the first player to arrive the Old Trafford under the Portuguese trainer, after completing a £30 million switch to the Old Trafford from Villarreal.
Bailey impressed early on in his Red Devils career but has found himself fall out of favor with the former Chelsea and Real Madrid trainer this term.
The former Villareal footballer didn’t feature for another two months before last week’s thrilling 2-2 draw with Arsenal and was back out of the squad for the win over Fulham on Saturday.
Bailly’s absence has led to rumours that he could be on his way out of the theatre of dreams during the winter window with Arsenal speculated heavily among the sides thought to be evaluating his situation at the club.
However, report from Guardian has it that Mourinho has assured Bailly of his stay at the Old Trafford after having positive talks with the player after training on Monday.
Jose Mourinho have made a lot of player alteration prior to the trip to La Maestella on Tuesday with a host of first choice stars allowed to rest at home.
Anthony Martial, Luke Shaw and Chris Smalling have injury problems and haven’t travelled while the likes of Diogo Dalot, David De Gea and Nemanja Maic have been rested.