Jose Mourinho has insisted that he hasn’t ‘lost the dressing room’ following Manchester United’s latest defeat.
Pressure on the Portuguese manager was already high following Manchester United‘s shock defeat to Brighton last weekend, but that pressure has only increased with a 3-0 defeat to Spurs on Monday night.
Despite Mourinho now being Evens with some bookmakers to be the next manager to be sacked amid reports of dressing room unrest at Old Trafford, Mourinho has described his players as ‘United,’ claiming that he is part of the unity of the squad:
“The market is closed. There is no market until 1 January. What I had to say I told and I say not one more word about that. Anyone who watched this game, one thing they know for sure the team is united,” Mourinho said in his post match press conference.
“A team that fights the way they did with the solidarity between the players it is clear the team is united.
“There is no unity without the manager.”