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Jose Mourinho's Agent Denies Reports That The Manager Will Be Sacked

Jose Mourinho's Agent Denies Reports That The Manager Will Be Sacked

But Mourinho's agent Jorge Mendes has denied that the Portuguese could leave Old Trafford and Pochettino, who was also rumoured to be a target for Real Madrid earlier this season, has reiterated that he is entirely content in his current job.

Mourinho expects Fulham to provide awkward opposition, even though they have won only twice in the Premier League all season.

Mourinho has spent £360m since taking over as Manchester United manager in 2016, but last month said his current side can not be compared with the title-winning teams under Sir Alex Ferguson.

United paid Shakhtar Donetsk £52 million for the Brazil global, but he has only started six Premier League matches. "Training session, 11 o'clock will give us some answers".

United sit eighth in the table ahead of Saturday's home game against bottom side Fulham and they are 18 points behind leaders Manchester City. "I think in the Premier League it's always a big game - that's one of the things I have noticed here".

Manchester United are winless in Premier League for 4 games.

"When [Spurs chairman] Daniel Levy extended our contract for five years, it's because he believed in that moment and period that we're the best people to manage this boat, this club".

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"Another thing is if they stop or if Financial Fair Play makes them stop".

"This game is not totally inconsequential when it comes to the Terriers' survival hopes, but it will not be a game they will expect to get any points from and, if they do, it will be an absolute bonus".

"I need to adapt considering the team I'm now playing in, the coach and the league I am playing in". We are going to look at when he can come back with us.

"I know an agent who met Man City and Man United on the same day", Mitten told the Beyond the Pitch podcast.

Lukaku, in particular, is struggling for form in his second season at Old Trafford, having scored just once in his last 14 appearances.

"The reality is I do not think that Morata will ever click at Chelsea, and I am sure the club think that too".