It has been a difficult summer for Manchester United fans. The 2018 World Cup turned out to be an unwelcome distraction in the end for the Red Devils; United were unable to make significant moves in the transfer market – much to the frustration of the Old Trafford crowd. You only need to look at Liverpool's astute activity in the window to see just how stagnant United were this summer.
Former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has agreed personal terms with Manchester United to replace Louis van Gaal at Old Trafford.
Mourinho’s representatives met with the club’s officials earlier today to discuss a potential deal for the 53-year-old Portuguese to become the club's new manager.
After months of speculation - It appears, Manchester United finally get confirmation of Jose Mourinho's move to Old Trafford.
The former Chelsea manager has been linked with the Red Devils hot-seat since being sacked by the west London outfit.
The latest report in this weekend's Sunday Express claims that the Portuguese is set to be confirmed as the next United manager to succeed Louis van Gaal.
Former Dutch national manager Guus Hiddink is reportedly set to replace just-sacked Jose Mourinho as Chelsea's interim manager for the second time.
Hiddink could be appointed at the Stamford Bridge on Saturday's when the Blues will host Sunderland in the 17th Premier League week.
Chelsea Football Club and Jose Mourinho have today parted company by mutual consent. https://t.co/YYJaxxdE36
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has stated that the Blues will "fight" for the top four place this season following a disappointing start to the campaign.
The west London outfit are currently 15th in the league table after losing seven games, two draws and four wins so far.
The 52-year-old guided the team to the Premier League title last season, but they are already 14 points off the top, and 12 points behind form the Champions League spot.