There are indications that all is not well at Manchester United with manager Jose Mourinho after allegations that a meeting with the executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward was cancelled at short notice without any reason.
The Portuguese manager has not had it any good so far this season with a very poor start to record the worst of the club’s form in many years and that has severally placed his job on the line.
Aside the dressing room crisis and the rift he had with certain players which ended up affecting the results on the pitch, the former Chelsea boss has argued that his woeful performance is as a result of the lack of activities in the summer transfer window.
In order to ensure a resolve of the issues related to transfers and addition especially ahead of the winter window, the executive vice-chairman is reported to have cancelled the meeting.
This according to reports have angered the Old Trafford boss who feels he is not being supported by the club management despite having their backing that he will not be sacked.
It would be recalled that United added Fred and Diogo Dalot to their team in the summer with the sum of £70 million but refused to sanction the additions of Harry Maguire, Jerome Boateng and Toby Alderweireld which are the wishes of Jose Mourinho.