Manchester United manager seen his relationship with his employers move from bad to worse during the transfer market when Ed Woodward failed to get him the players he wanted to have during the transaction period.
Reports claimed that the furious manager didn’t really trust his employers after their ‘no show’ attitude during the summer transfer window which made him miss out on many players including Yerry Mina, Jerome Boateng, Harry Maguire among others.
However, things seem to be going back to normal at Old Trafford as reporters suggest that both parties agree on one thing for the first time since the close of the transfer market.
According to the Daily Mail, Marouane Fellaini’s future at Old Trafford was completely in doubt in the summer window as the player was in final year of his contract.
Many rumor mongers linked the Belgian with a move to Fenerbahce, Everton, West Ham and Besiktas but no offer was made by the clubs.
However, the British media revealed that Mourinho was adamant to letting the player go this summer, so, the Portuguese tactician walked to Woodward to discuss the player’s contract extension.
Surprisingly – for the first time, Edward agreed with the former Porto boss that Fellaini would be given a new contract extension.
Just as he said, the Belgian midfielder was offered a two-year contract before the start of this season.
He was handed his first start of the season against Burnley on Sunday and he didn’t disappoint as he formed a great understanding with Matic and Pogba at the middle of the park.