Manchester United prepared to replace Jose Mourinho with France international
The ‘third season syndrome’ seems to be finally settling in once again for Man United coach, Jose Mourinho.
Going by previous records, the Portugal international is known to always have issues with any club he coaches at the third season.
This third season syndrome had occurred at Chelsea, Inter Milan, and Real Madrid and it looks as if it is about to take place at Old Trafford too.
Jose Mourinho is having a difficult time with Manchester United squad and even the board as a whole.
The former Chelsea coach is not happy with the lackadaisical attitude being put to play by the Man United board over the signing of new players.
And he is also having issues with some of the players, who insist they want to leave the club.
With all of these, Jose Mourinho may be forced to leave the football club very soon.
However, Manchester United doesn’t want the resignation to catch them unaware as they are reportedly making move to bring in Former Real Madrid coach, Zinedine Zidane as his replacement.
This means the France international, who is currently on hiatus after a shocking resignation from the Los Blancos will likely take over from Mourinho.