Manchester United Vice executive-Chairman Woodward faces decision time as Mourinho continues to be linked with Old Trafford exit.
What began with a disastrous summer transfer window for Manchester United, has descended into a full fledge crisis with the Red Devil’s form going from bad to worst.
Jose Mourinho have been backed by media correspondent to leave his job at the theatre of dreams, with many backing French tactician for the managerial job.
Zidane put to an end his three years managerial stint with Real Madrid, after guiding the club to three consecutive UEFA Champions League trophies.
While the club faithful are eyeing the Frenchman, Independent reports that club management is considering Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochetinno as the likely alternative.
The Argentine since assuming the role of Spurs’ manager, has transformed the side to a big and stable team, capable of qualifying for UEFA Champions league winning trophies.
Independent reports the club has doubt about securing Zidane. Some board members supposedly feel that at Real, the circumstances were entirely different. Zidane replaced Rafa Benitez mid-season in January 2016 but had plenty of talent to work with.
At Old Trafford, Manchester United faces huge internal crisis with two of her star players. Pogba continues to publicly criticize the club, despite banned from press interviews. Sanchez has failed to live up to expectation since his arrival from Arsenal in the beginning of the year.
Pochettino, though, will be no easy appointment. He signed a new contract with Tottenham back in the summer and was given a sizeable pay rise. United would likely better that salary. But whether they choose to put Mourinho out of his misery at this point in time remains to be seen.