Manchester United Finally Respond To Speculation About Zidane To Replace Mourinho
José Mourinho's future at Manchester United is hanging in the balance. Of course, it doesn't help when Zinedine Zidane is being tipped to be his successor at the club every day.
Senior sources at the Red Devils have now come out to address the speculation surrounding the French manager.
According to GiveMeSport, it would seem that the former Real Madrid coach has not been approached for the role, with United branding the rumours and reports as "nonsense."
Mourinho's third season at the club hasn't started in the best possible way. If it's not his troubled relationship with Paul Pogba, then it's his side's poor performance on the pitch that is being spotlighted.
United currently sit 10th in the Premier League, winning three matches, drawing one and losing three.
West Ham beat Mourinho's side 3-1 yesterday, which followed up on the club's EFL Cup exit to Derby County during the midweek.
The Red Devils resume their Champions League campaign on Tuesday against Valencia.
For now, it looks like Mourinho doesn't have to worry about Zizou, who left Madrid last season after he picked up a third consecutive Champions League trophy with Los Blancos.
When you have a special manager..you stick by him. Sir Alex Ferguson got six years to build his empire. SAF knew #Pogba wasn't right, but Ed and Mourinho brought him back. Time to set things right again, sell #PogShit and build the new Empire.. Mourinho is the right man for #MUFC- Calapouf (@Dr_tweeting) 30 September 2018
If they sack mourinho, i am starting a mourinho out trend the day he's announced at a new club. He's been destroying the beautiful game for far too long,he needs to stay away from it.- . (@Degeaod) 30 September 2018
Yesterday was To Mourinho what Stoke was LvG. Only hope the stay of execution isn't 5 months this time- Barry Stott (@BarryStott) 30 September 2018
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