Rio Ferdinand, a former Manchester United player, criticized Jose Mourinho’s Agent, Jorge Mendes, because of his declaration saying that the Red Devils are completely happy with the work made by the Portuguese head coach.
Last Friday (6), Mendes discharged the announcement for the benefit of the mentor and ruled out the theory that he would leave Old Trafford.
“I know Jorge exceptionally well. He’s an exquisite person, and he’s dealing with his customer, clearly, “the former defender told BT Sport. “Be that as it may, I would not say that the word ‘happy’ fits when you’re discussing how Man United is at this phase of the season and the state they are in. It’s somewhat overstated. “
An intermittent subject of Mourinho’s crusade has been the proceeding with grumblings about the absence of assets in the exchange market, making it difficult to have a good team to play. However, eleven new contracts touched base in the last five windows, spending around 362 million pounds over that period.
Ferdinand questioned such complaints made by Mourinho and feels that the professional had abundant chance to force its thoughts on the United group but he was not able to do so.
“He grumbled about the lack of players and about specific players of his group, however, he had some exchange windows to do that presently,” included the former player.
“Unfortunately a portion of the players he had enlisted are filling the seat. Paul Pogba, Romelu Lukaku, Alexis Sanchez, they are not fit as they should be, Fred isn’t yielding, Lindelof and Bailly are not prepared to be starters in this circumstance. These hirings were altogether made by him and they are not playing in the principal group. “
“So to be complaining that you don’t have the correct players or something, (you must remember that) he got a few opportunities to do it right.”
So, according to the former defender, who knows a lot about Manchester United, Mourinho is certainly not a good option to the Red Devils and “happy” is definitively not the word to describe how the fans and the players are feeling about the Portuguese coach.