Reports from Old Trafford this week is that Manchester United directors have made up their mind they will be sacking Louis Van Gaal should the Red devils lose any more match from now till the end of the season.
Louis Van Gaal reportedly offered to resign his post as Manchester United’s manager in December with reports claiming Jose Mourinho who was then newly sacked by Chelsea would be replacing him. However, five months later, it seems Manchester United are now ready to boot the Dutchman out should the team continue to lose matches.
Having spent close of half of a Billion pounds in the last two transfer window, Manchester United are very likely to finish outside the top four this season which means they won’t be playing the Champions league next season for the second time in three years.
Mourinho remains favourite to talk over the job from Louis Van Gaal with some reports already claiming the two times Champions league winner has verbally agreed to sign for Manchester United. Many thought the Portuguese would have to wait till the end of the season before taking over the job but should Manchester United lose this weekend or in any of their remaining six matches in the Premier league, Mourinho could well be in a job fast than he himself thought.