The controversy surrounding Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho is absolutely unending with the latest statement credited to him.
Not minding nor citing United’s position on the log table, Mourinho said he is untouchable.
He told La Repubblica that he is not under any pressure as claimed in the press, explaining that the club’s board will be the biggest loser if they take such a decision to sack him.
Going by the terms of the contract in the £15million per year deal, United’s chief, Ed Woodward will be left with no choice than to pay the Portuguese off should he decide to part ways with him.
However, Mourinho maintains that he still remains with the club no matter what the issue is until he sees out his contract with the club.
United chief, Woodward has earlier made his stand known to his friends, affirming that he is not willing to let the manager go.
Mourinho’s issues with the club’s board started in the summer transfer window where he lamented the lack of deals despite submitting his wish list.
Just as he claimed before the season started, United have struggled so far with two wins in four games, the worst in a long while in the club’s history.