Manchester United are in superb form in the Premier League so far this season and have won all their matches except two, both games ending in draws, making it a decent start so far for the Red Devils. The 13-time Premier League champions have their eyes on the supreme prize this time and are working diligently under the stewardship of their boss Jose Mourinho to achieve the desired result.
The Portuguese tactician is considered to be one of the best managers in European football and has a proven record in the biggest of leagues including the Premier League, the La Liga and the Italian Serie A. He has worked with some of the biggest clubs in Europe in the form of Real Madrid, Chelsea and Inter Milan and has won a number of accolades to show for his efforts.
His record is nothing less than brilliant in the Premier League with his former club Chelsea, whom he led to a number of titles during his tenure at Stamford Bridge. He won the Premier League thrice, the FA Cup once, the Football League Cup thrice and FA Community Shield once during his stay at Stamford Bridge and went on to join arch-rivals Manchester United in 2016.
His first season at Old Trafford was nothing worth mentioning, with his side finishing in the sixth spot on the league table. However, the Red Devils performed exceedingly well in the Europa League and went on to win the trophy in the last season, which paved their way into the Champions League this season, despite finishing outside the top four.
This season, though, with the inclusion of a number of new players like Romelu Lukaku, Nemanja Matic and David Lindelof in the side, the Red Devils are performing well in the domestic as well as European circuits.
However, there is more than what meets the eye regarding the current situation at Old Trafford, as the 54-year-old might be on his way to leave the club in the future. Reportedly, the relationship between Jose Mourinho and vice chairman of Manchester United, Ed Woodward, has fallen apart due to some recent rift. Mourinho is not happy with the way Woodward is handling the club and its funding and might look for a change.
It is going to be a big loss for the Manchester club undoubtedly, as the players will be deprived of quality guidance and the witty and effective strategies of the Portuguese mastermind in the future if Mourinho decides not to stay back at Old Trafford. But with the way he is building team, can United afford to lose him at this juncture?