Manchester United manager José Mourinho might resign from his position in the summer as he seems not getting along with the club’s hierarchy due to his comments over United’s transfer policy.

Having spent £300m in two transfer windows, José Mourinho admits it wasn’t enough to Purchase quality players who could help the club compete with other top European clubs for trophies. Mourinho’s comment hasn’t gone well with Manchester United boards as they furiously replied the Portuguese manager claiming £300m should be sufficient to add to the players who are already in the team during Van Gaal’s reign as United boss.

In his first season at Old Trafford, the former Chelsea manager made a Mouthwatering purchase of French midfielder Paul Pogba from Juventus for a World record-fee of £89m. He also completed a £75million move for Former Everton striker Romelu Lukaku. Last summer transfer window saw Victor Lindelof and Nemanja Matic switched to Old Trafford while the winter transfer window saw Alexis Sanchez joined the 20-time Premier League Champions.

Despite the high-profile signings, Mourinho is yet to derive a winning formation for the team as he looks confused on how to get the best from his current players. The team currently occupy the second position behind Manchester City while they have also crashed out of Champions League competition after a Shock 2-1 home loss to Sevilla on Tuesday.

According to The Mirror Sports, the Portuguese manager is reportedly eyeing a summer swoop for Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale and Jean Michael, who currently plays for Ligue 1 giants Nice.

The report also suggests that the club might fail to release huge fund for Mourinho in the summer and that might influence Mourinho’s summer move to PSG — who are set to partway with Unai Emery by the end of the season— despite having a contract with the Red Devils which runs till 2020.


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