The summer transfer dealings this Premier League 2018/19 season has developed frustration on Jose Mourinho’s side which he has been outspoken about.
The Reds had a friendly game last Sunday night with Bayern Munich. The game ended with the loss of Manchester United which gave Jose Mourinho another reason to speak of his frustration.
He made sure to warn the Manchester United of the difficult season they will encounter if they do not strengthen their club before Thursday’s transfer deadline.
He admitted that the Premier League rivals had placed the club in a bad spot before the start of the season on Friday.
“My CEO knows what I want and I still have a few days to wait and see what happens,” Mourinho said.
“The other clubs who compete with us are really strong and already have fantastic teams. Or they are investing massively like Liverpool, who are buying everything and everybody. If we don’t make our team better it will be a difficult season for us.”
The one-time Old Trafford director, Peter Kenyon, suggested that Mourinho and current Executive, Ed Woodward, resolves their issues. Moreover, Kenyon also speaks about the feel-good factor which he claims to be currently missing among Mourinho, the club and its fans.
Kenyon had the chance to work with Jose Mourinho when he was chief executive at United before he joined Chelsea.
Kenyon said: “He is more than capable – one of the best coaches in the world – but have they got it right? No.
“The first people to recognise that will be the people at United. They have to work it out and they’ll find a way of working it out. United is bigger than anybody, bigger than any individual and that’s always been the mantra.
“It will get worked out and I would hope Jose is part of that because he is incredibly skilled and he’s shown he can do things.”