Mourinho has agreed Man Utd deal in principle, already sanctioned these two transfers

Manchester United Jose Mourinho

Jose Mourinho is rumored to have reached an agreement with Manchester united to take over the coaching duties of the first team at Old Trafford from Louis Van Gaal. In fact, he has already sanctioned the transfer of Renato Sanches and John Stones, the two players he admired even during his Chelsea stay, according to the telegraph.

There has been rumors on Mourinho’s transfer to Manchester united ever since he was sacked by Chelsea, but we can trust Telegraph to tell us the truth. However, the deal is said to be agreed in principle, and we still cannot say that the 53 year old is confirmed to be the next Manchester United manager.

Indeed, Louis Van Gaal could still be Manchester United’s manager next season. There is no denying that Manchester United is struggling, but if you look at the youngsters that the Dutchman has brought to stardom this season, you will agree with me that the coach deserves more time.

Who knows, Marcus Rashford or Antony Martial could be United’s Andrea Iniesta or Thomas Muller. Additionally, The Red Devils are known to rely on its homegrown young players, and this is a philosophy that LVG has continued to follow since his appointment as the manager of the club.

Ryan Giggs could still succeed Louis Van Gaal, fueling the speculation that Mourinho may still have to wait for some other time to be united’s head coach. Manchester United do not want to disrupt the smooth flow of the season’s homestretch like their noisy neighbors by making an official communication regarding top their managerial position.