Crisis prevails for the 20-time English Champions and the manager Jose Mourinho who seems to be helpless is under mounting pressure. Manchester United’s poor start to the season after a 3-1 defeat at West Ham has put his job in jeopardy.
Mourinho’s men marched to the London stadium on Saturday boasting an incredible win record against West Ham but came back defeated off any realistic hopes of a Premier League challenge.
So is Mourinho’s reign on Old Trafford coming to a conclusion? The question lingers in the air and intensifies with his frustrations with Paul Pogba and his decision to drop Alexis Sanchez.
The growing rift between Mourinho and Pogba got more extensive as the vice-captaincy was stripped off from Pogba before their League Cup exit against Championship side Derby in midweek.
The Chile international, Sanchez who was unable to reproduce his best form ever since his switch to Old Trafford, was axed down by Mourinho for the club’s defeat to West Ham.
After getting a phone call from the French World Cup winner, Zinedine Zidane speculations are on high and Mourinho has to face another challenging week.
United are chasing their own tails, struggling to get out of crisis and engulfed into the same again and again. Mourinho will have to find an answer before it is too late for him and the club.