Jose Mourinho is confident he will not be sacked by Manchester United, but refused to reveal whether he had met with executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward following Saturday’s defeat at West Ham.
Mourinho’s future has been called into question after the 3-1 loss at the London Stadium, meanwhile reports suggested Zinedine Zidane was being lined up as his successor.
However, when asked if he felt his job was on the line if results do not improve, Mourinho said: “No. I don’t think so.”
The Portuguese was pressed about whether he had met with Woodward following United’s third league defeat of the season, but sternly refused to answer.
“That is a private matter, I am not asking you. It is a private matter, I am not going to answer to you,” said Mourinho, ahead of Tuesday’s visit of Valencia in the Champions League.