With lusty conjectures of Jose Mourinho departing from Old Trafford for Paris Saint-Germain distracting the Manchester United owners lately, they are now set to take some stern measures to keep the Portuguese for few more years.
Recent rumours of Mourinho being in contact with PSG officials, who are searching for a potential replacement for Unai Emery, have forced the Red Devils to sanction the 54-year-old’s desirable signings when the transfer window reopens in January.
Mourinho has identified Antoine Griezmann and Gareth Bale as his prime targets for the winter, and these transfers could cost United a significant amount of money.
However, securing these signings seems to be the only solution for the Mancunian outfit to continue to hold on to the services of the ‘Special One’.
Although the two star forwards are not in their best of forms at present, the Portuguese believes it’s only a matter of time before they start haunting opposition defenders, and adapt to United’s style of play in the process.
Meanwhile, in case Mourinho does leave United at the end of the season, the English club could receive a staggering €33 million, as a club of PSG’s stature won’t think twice before paying that amount.
Written by Himangshu Das
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