- Jose Mourinho wants Manchester United to sign Raphael Varane and Harry Maquire
- The former Chelsea boss is said to be frustrated with his defense this season
- He has reportedly identified Chris Smalling and Phil Jones as the problem at the back
Manchester United coach Jose Mourinho is said to have told the club's chiefs to spend big this summer on two defenders after growing frustrated with his defense this term.
United have lost their last two away games in the Premier League at Tottenham and Newcastle United in which Jose Mourinho is said to be currently livid with some of his defenders.
The former Real Madrid boss is said not to be happy with Chris Smalling and Phil Jones and would allow them to leave the club in the summer.
However, Jose Mourinho wants Manchester United to sign Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane and Leicester City strongman Harry Maquire.
Mourinho signed Raphael Varane when he was in charge of Real Madrid and wants to have another working relationship with him at Old Trafford.
The Mirror also claim that Harry Maquire is interested in a move away from Leicester City, but Manchester United will have to meet Leicester £50m clause to lure him.
Manchester United currently occupy second position on the Premier League standings with 56 points from 27 games and they are 16 points behind leaders Manchester City.
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