According to new reports about Manchester United, manager Jose Mourinho is said to be ‘concerned’ over the budget set by the board for the upcoming January transfer window.
The Portuguese boss has spent around £300 million taking over the mantle of leadership at the club, including creating a new world-record to bring Paul Pogba from Juventus last year.
But according to the Sun, despite splashing more cash this summer to add more players into his team, Jose is still keen to sign even more players, and he could clash with the management over how money needs to be spent to sign new legs.
It was also added that the former Chelsea manager is not only thinking about the winter transfer window, but he’s also bothered on how he will cope with the policy when the next summer transfer window opens – when more high-profile stars could become available.
Jose has already lamented on several occasions this term about the unavailability of some of his first-team regulars as a result of injuries.
He has been without the likes of Paul Pogba, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Michael Carrick and Marcos Rojo for some time now.
Earlier this week, it was reported that the Manchester United management have told the Portuguese boss that he will need to sell players before buying new ones due to financial concerns.