Man United aren’t worried about Jose Mourinho’s third season syndrome – report
Manchester United aren't worried about Jose Mourinho's third season, according to a report
Manchester United aren’t concerned about Jose Mourinho’s third season syndrome, according to a report in England.
Sky Sports is reporting that the Red Devils board isn’t worried about Mourinho potentially leaving the 20-time English champions in the summer transfer window.
The same article states that the mood around Manchester United is “excellent” despite the Red Devils boss being unhappy at a lack of transfers at Stamford Bridge.
According to the same story, the Manchester United hierarchy believe they have the talent in their squad to challenge for the Premier League title this season.
Manchester United signed Shakhtar Donetsk star Fred, FC Porto defender Diogo Dalot and Stoke City goalkeeper Lee Grant in the summer transfer window so far.
The Red Devils finished in second place in the Premier League table last season to secure a spot in the Champions League for the second successive campaign.
Manchester United ended up 19 points adrift of Premier League champions Manchester City in the title race to raise questions about their ability to challenge this term.
The Red Devils finished ahead of Chelsea FC, Liverpool FC, Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal in the top four race last term.
Manchester United haven’t won the title since 2013.