- Jose Mourinho is not planning to quit Manchester United soon
- He suffered a disappointing defeat at Brighton last weekend and was said to be angry with his player
- United fans are planning to stage a protest against the club's chief Ed Woodward
Manchester United suffered first Premier League defeat last weekend following their 3-2 defeat to Brighton & Hove Albion.
The defeat was said to have gotten the manager furious and barely spoke his players after the loss.
However, despite the gloomy mood at the Amex, the former Chelsea handler is planning to see out his contract at Old Trafford.
According to SunSport, some Red Devils players are of the opinion that their manager might be replaced soon, but fans are turning on Ed Woodward – not Mourinho.
The news outlet also reveals that fans have paid for a plane to fly a protest banner against Woodward in their clash against Burnley on Sunday.
This weekend's protest at Turf Moor will be the first time United fans will be staging such since some turned on David Moyes.
Mourinho failed to land quality defenders during the summer transfer window after trying to sign Harry Maguire and Toby Alderweireld.
However, Woodward's job is not thought to be under threat due largely to his ability to bring in huge commercial deals for the Glazer family.
The club's shares surged to an all-time high this week, taking United's value to more than £3 billion.
NAIJ.com previously reported that Jose Mourinho called up a crisis meeting with Manchester United 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.
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