Mourinho’s future is up for discussion yet again, after his side’s awful performance in their draw against Jorge Mendes Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The Red Devils have enjoyed mixed fortunes this season having recorded three wins, two defeats and one draw so far.
Last month, reports claimed that the Portuguese manager could be shown the exit door before the end of the month.
However, the Red Devils board members reportedly decide to continue working with the former Chelsea boss as he recorded a four straight win, including a 3-0 victory over Young Boys in the UEFA Champions League competition.
With Saturday’s result, United are eight points behind League leaders Liverpool and Josep Casanovas – who works for Spanish media outlet Sports – believes the end of Mourinho’s reign at Old Trafford is closer than ever.
The reporters claimed that the Portuguese manager deploys outdated tactics and his players are not happy with him.
Casanovas also claimed that United’s dressing room is not friendly as there are division among the players.
Mourinho is a manager who knows what he wants from his players but results aren’t coming his way and that might make him lose his job before the end of this year, just as predicted by bookmakers last month.
In other United news, Mourinho might give youngsters the chance to prove their qualities when they battle Derby County in Carabao fixture on Wednesday.
Scott McTominay, Tahith Chong could be in the team’s starting lineup against Lampard’s Championship side.