Manchester United is already receiving bad news for the 2017-18 season

In spite of what has been an unremarkable season for Jose Mourinho in his debut campaign in charge of Manchester United, the Portuguese coach is still expected to remain in charge of the Premier League club for at least another season.

However, even though the 2017-18 season has not even started as it’s scheduled to start on August 12 of 2017, it isn’t looking very good for Jose Mourinho and Manchester United and this is due to various things that have emerged recently.

One of the reasons of why the upcoming season might not kick-off in a positive way is due to the fact that Luke Shaw might miss the start of the next campaign. Luke Shaw is a 21 year rising star who is trying to find his place on the 1st team of Jose Mourinho.

Luke Shaw underwent surgery on his injury foot and it remains uncertain as to how long it’s going to take him to get fully recovered but he’s not expected to come back anytime soon.

The English defender has spent the majority of the season on the sidelines but he has been getting playing time on certain matches and has made 11 Premier League appearances which is fairly surprising for a youngster who is trying to make his presence felt in the club that has won the most Premier League titles ever.

Another of the reasons of why the 2017-18 might not initiate in full force for Manchester United is because KylianMbappe does not want to join them the team of Jose Mourinho.

KylianMbappe is a18 year old French youngster who is taking the world by storm after scoring 22 goals for his club and country and attracted the likes of: Arsenal, Chelsea and Real Madrid. It’s even believed that those previously mentioned clubs are willing to offload £85million in order to sign the rising star.

As.Monaco’sKylianMbappe recently said that he does not want to join Manchester United cause of Jose Mourinho’s playing style and it’s rumored that Real Madrid is a more possible destination as Mbappe is a huge fan of ZinedineZidane and of Cristiano Ronaldo.


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