Exclusive news: The real reason why Man United haven’t appointed Jose Mourinho revealed

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Talk of The Special One, Jose Mourinho, succeeding frequently under fire and heavy Criticism Red Devil’s manager, Louis Van Gaal, as the next Manchester United manager has been on and off for quite some time.

Rumors of agreed deals between Manchester United and the Special One’s agent have for a number of times emerged .Sadly, the reality on the ground has been quite the opposite of the rumors. Van Gaal seems set to see out the remaining bit of his contract as the Red Devils boss despite all the talk and speculation.

Hated and loved with equal measure Van Gaal has given both his critics and supporters enough to talk about in their different camps. Van Gaal’s Manchester United has produced both very appeasing displays and wins and also very dismal performances and undeserved defeats. Like a pendulum Van Gaal keeps shaping different opinions amongst different Manchester United stakeholders any time his team is out to play.

However, amidst all this highs and lows in the performances of Manchester United, there is another school of thought as to why the highly rated and touted Jose Mourinho has not yet landed a deal yet with the Red Devils.

Reports by the Spanish football expert Guillem Balague point to Ferguson’s support for Louis Van Gaal as the reason why Jose Mourinho’s move has not come to fruition. How true the revelation is, remains a mystery. However, given the fact that Sir Alex Ferguson is a respected figure within the Red Devil’s management hierarchy his advice is worth the board of management’s consideration.

Support for Van Gaal from imminent persons in the Red Devils hierarchy, Bobby Charton among them, could be the reason Van Gaal is still the boss at Manchester united.

Key players have also had a hand in the continued stay of the Dutchman especially when they have taken blame for not performing to their top levels during some of the matches that have drawn in so much wrath and condemnation towards Louis Van Gaal. In fact, Red Devil’s captain Wayne Rooney and midfielder Michael Carrick have severally come to the Red D evil’s manager rescue by insisting that the players also have to share in the blame and not the manager alone.