Manchester United let go Dutch manager Louis van Gaal and signed Jose Mourinho before the start of the last campaign.
The Portuguese man is one of the most decorated managers in the world but his Manchester United team could not perform well in the Premier League last season.
The Red Devils did win the League Cup and the Europa League but finished 6th in the Premier League even after spending huge fees to sign stars like Pogba, Mkhitaryan and Bailly.
Nevertheless, Mourinho was backed this summer and he lured the likes of Lukaku, Lindelof and Matic to further strengthen his team
After losing the European Super Cup contest against Spanish giants Real Madrid, United have started the PL campaign in style by winning the first three games without conceding a single goal.
Jose, who earns (Daily Star) around £312,500-a-week, is expected to be approached by the Old Trafford club in November in order to hold talks over a new deal (Telegraph). Mou’s current deal with the Red Devils will expire in 2019.
The British source have mentioned that offering of a new contract will mainly depend on this season’s performances and the decision will most likely be made in May. However, the negotiations are expected to begin before Christmas.
In your opinion, should United hand Mourinho a new deal if he fails to win the Premier League or the Champions League?
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