The Iron Tulip is set to return to management in sensational fashion, as he is being linked with French champions Paris Saint-Germain
The Iron Tulip may have left Old Trafford with his head hanging low, but could be set to reignite his managerial career, albeit in France.
The Hard Tackle takes a statistical look at Manchester United's league form up until now and attempts to find cause for their inability to win.
Everton are preparing a January loan bid to rival AS Roma for the signature of beleaguered Manchester United winger Memphis Depay.
Manchester United arguably had the best summer transfer window of all Premier League clubs, but could it be that the start of the Mourinho era at Old Trafford is a false dawn?
The Red Devils lost 1-0 to Dutch side Feyenoord in the opening game of their Europa League campaign, and the match reminded many fans of Manchester United's former manager Louis van Gaal.
Jose Mourinho has reportedly revealed that Manchester United's failure to appoint him sooner scuppered the club's chances of signing Renato Sanches.
Even though Jose Mourinho has taken over as Manchester United manager, Dutchman Louis van Gaal's legacy lives on through the likes of Marcus Rashford, Cameron Borthwick-Jackson and other young players he brought to the fore. However that may have been more due to luck rather than ingenuity on the part of the Iron Tulip.
Manchester United flattered to deceive several times this season as the highs of reaching the top spot in the Premier League and winning their first major trophy since the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson proved to be small comfort for a team that fans expect much better from.
The 2015-16 season began with Louis van Gaal still well liked at Old Trafford and Jose Mourinho as the title winning manager at Chelsea. 12 months later, the Dutchman has been unceremoniously removed and Mourinho announced as the new manager of Manchester United.