- Manchester United lost 3-2 to Brighton on Sunday, August 19
- The woeful display saw United fans demand for the sacking of Jose Mourinho as manager
- The Portuguese tactician is now scheduled to hold a crisis meeting with his wards
Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho, has lined up a crisis meeting with his players after a summer of turmoil at the club.
The Red Devils boss was reportedly furious after failing to land desired players during the Premier League transfer window.
He tried signing Diego Godin on transfer deadline day but the deal failed to pull through, and the tactician has been lashing out at his players.
The Old Trafford dressing room is now said to be divided, something that has prompted Mourinho to convene a crisis meeting to quell the turmoil.
Focus intensified on the Red Devils after their 3-2 humiliating defeat to Brighton on Sunday, August 19.
Mourinho is now hoping to improve squad morale after the Wednesday, August 22 meeting ahead of Monday’s testing fixture against Tottenham Hotspur.
Paul Pogba's situation at the club and his relationship with the manager is expected to take centre stage during the meeting, with reports indicating the duo is not in talking terms.
The French midfielder is said to have been involved in a spat with the former Chelsea coach ahead of United's clash against Brighton.
However, on his part, Mourinho denied existence of any rift with the World Cup winner, insisting that he has no feud with Pogba.
Earlier, NAIJ.com previously reported that Jose Mourinho admitted that his players made mistakes against Brighton which made them suffer their first defeat this season in the Premier League.
The former Chelsea handler made this known while responding to afterwards questions by reporter who asked about an apparent lack of chemistry among his players.
The beIN SPORTS reporter first asks: "Manchester United are a team with a big reputation. Was that performance befitting of a Manchester United side?"
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