- Red Devils boss Jose Mourinho went missing at United's training session on Wednesday, August 29
- The former Real Madrid and Chelsea boss is seriously under-fire after his side's heavy defeat to Spurs on Monday evening
- His future hangs on the outcome of his side's EPL clash against Burnley at the Turf Moor this weekend
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho was conspicously missing at the club's training ground on Wednesday August 28.
The Portuguese tactician has been under immense pressure following his side's disappointing home defeat to Tottenham.
A result that made him storm out of his post match conference in anger at journalists asking if he was still the 'special one'.
He was also summoned to a meeting by the club's vice executive Ed Woodward in a bid to chart a way forward for their bad performances in the last two EPL games.
However, the Red Devils players were sighted driving into Carrington for today's training session but without their under-pressure boss.
According to the Sun, Mourinho was not seen leaving the Lowry Hotel, his base in Manchester, despite photographers in position ready for his exit.
Meanwhile, his car was said to have been driven to the Aon Training Complex only without Mourinho in it.
Man United under Mourinho have suffered back to back defeats in just three matches in the 2018-19 Premier League season, and he has been tipped as the first EPL boss to be given the boot this season.
The Red Devils are already six points behind Premier League-leading Liverpool after just three games.
According to Dailymail, Mourinho was said to have surfaced much later at the club's training ground, only that he wasn't transported by his usual driver from his hotel.
NAIJ.com previously reported that Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has been under immense pressure to return to winning ways following his side's disappointing defeat to Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford over the weekend.
Goals from Lucas Moura and Harry Kane put the Red Devils to the sword in front of their home fans on Monday night.
Stats shows that the defeat was United's heaviest home defeat since 2004, and some of the club's players believe the Portuguese tactician might be shown the exit door if he fails to get the result against Burnley this weekend.
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