After saving his job with a memorable comeback last weekend victory over Newcastle, Jose Mourinho is hoping that the club management could give him a vote of confidence this week.
The fate of the Portuguese at the Old Trafford still remains uncertain with some section of the media reporting that the club have already began the search for his successor. Despite some section of the media claiming that Zinedine Zidane could be the next coach, the manager’s agent has come out to refute such claims.
Alain Migliaccio in his interview with French media said: “I don’t think he’ll go to work in England, as it is not compatible with his style or approach to football. I discussed it with him and the idea really does not attract him at all. He has chosen to take a sabbatical year and won’t change his mind on that.”
The view have tallied with that of the sources close to the former Real Madrid manner who according to report, have stated that he is unsure of taking over a team from mid-term as well as the uncertainties the Premier league could present.
The Red Devil have not contacted any manager, as they believed that Mourinho still has the quality to turn around events at the theatre if dreams.
Mourinho in his post-match conference revealed that he was reassured by a text from club executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward, who told him to ignore media reports about his sack.
Mourinho definitely wants the same reassurance made public to calm tensions at the Old Trafford. It is no longer news that United played poorly but the results has to improve.
While Jose Mourinho lived to fight another day following the 3-2 victory over Newcastle last weekend, the next round of games could determine whether he makes it to the December as Red Devils boss. The Manchester Club will visit Stamford Bridge to take on joint league leaders Chelsea before back to back meeting with Juventus in the UEFA Champions league.