Revealed: Red Devils Plan To Stop Mourinho From Joining Paris Saint-Germain

Paris Saint-Germain’s Neymar celebrates scoring their third goal with Kylian Mbappe.

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Disregarding most speculations concerning his interest in the French capital, Manchester United’s representatives are geared up to offer Jose Mourinho a new deal, so as to tether the Portuguese to Old Trafford for more years.

The ex-Chelsea boss led the Old Trafford outfit to Europa League title and League Cup last season. Moreover, his side has put up sensational form at the start of the ongoing campaign, despite the injury woes hovering overhead.

His impressive coaching skills have tempted the United officials to extend his contract, possibly with a hike in his wages. In fact, as per Daily Mail, they are likely to table an offer for the talented coach even before the end of the current season.

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The Portuguese is already midway through the 3-year deal he agreed in 2016. Further, he had dropped off hints concerning his interest in joining Paris Saint-Germain, and later adding that he wouldn’t end his career in Manchester. His temptation towards the Ligue 1 side has stimulated fear amongst the United supporters.

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho celebrates winning the Europa League with the trophy.

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However, United are expected to extend his contract, as they are yearning for the 54-year-old to stand in command for much longer. With negotiations anticipated to begin in the following months, the Red Devils are yearning for more points at the moment.

With just a few additions, the former Real Madrid boss gaffer has indeed brought consistency and a decent style of play comparable to Alex Ferguson’s side. He is currently waiting to bring more notable players to Old Trafford in the upcoming winter and summer transfer windows.

Furthermore, speculations aside, he is supposedly  content with his current managerial career at United, and the club as well as the players seem to reflect his status; at least for the moment.

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Written by Hritwik NE 

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