Jose Mourinho has lost the trust of the Manchester United board and is set to be sacked by the end of the week.
Senior United sources have disclosed to Mirror Sport he has achieved the final turning point, with the hatchet prepared to fall whatever the outcome of today’s match against Newcastle.
Mourinho has estranged players, fans and staff at Old Trafford with his divisive methodology lately, and those accountable for the club, driven by official bad habit director Ed Woodward, have had enough.
The manager showed up surrendered to his destiny at an early-morning public interview yesterday where he was depressed and dismal.
Joined as of now grieve tenth in the Premier League, officially nine focuses unfastened of pioneers Manchester City and are without a win in their last four games in all rivalries.
The Reds were booed off after their dull 0-0 home attract to Valencia midweek, which is said to have at long last persuaded the United order that a change is required.
That returned on the of a 3-1 vanquish at West Ham, which saw United legend Paul Scholes call for ‘Extraordinary One’ Mourinho to go.
Ex-Real Madrid supervisor Zinedine Zidane is the most loved to succeed Mourinho, who is set to get remuneration of around £20million. Michael Carrick could be placed in transitory charge.