With the recent outbreak of “Mourinho Out” from supporters of the Red Devils, things are not at all hunky-dory for United’s gaffer Jose Mourinho.
Along with fans, a slew of ex-Manchester United players have been vocal about Mourinho’s lacklustre performance and has asked for him to leave.
With Man Utd slipping into 10th position in the Premier League, the future of Mourinho at Old Trafford looks bleak. However, Jose has stated that he wants to see out his current deal at Old Trafford, which will expire in 2020.
The Portuguese served as Real manager from 2010 to 2013, and now former president Ramon Calderon feels it is only a matter of time before Mourinho returns to the Spanish capital.
“If this president [Florentino Perez] is with the team for a few years, and I think he will be, Mourinho will be here,” Calderon said in an interview with ESPN.
“No doubt. It’s the only coach the president has respected. For better or worse. I think he will be here – if he leaves Manchester, of course. But sooner or later, I think he will be here.”
United will return to action on Sunday when they host Everton, in a match which will see Romelu Lukaku go up against his former club.