According to Sky Sports News no agreement has been reached between Manchester United and Jose Mourinho over becoming the next manager at Old Trafford.
The former Chelsea and Real Madrid boss is reportedly keen on the post should United look to replace Louis van Gaal in the summer, and there has been serious speculation that a deal had been reached by both parties.
Rumours continues to surround Van Gaal’s future despite the Dutchman leading United to their first FA Cup final for nine years and with them still in contention for a place in next season’s Champions League.
Manchester United have appointed two managers in the last three years since Sir Alex Ferguson’s departure, Sky Sports sources confirmed that United’s executive chairman Ed Woodward is still mulling over whether Van Gaal will see out the remaining 12 months of his three-year contract.
United are currently on the fifth position in the table, five points adrift of Manchester City and Arsenal in third and fourth respectively, though they do have a game in hand and those two sides still have to play one another.
It will be recalled that PSG once showed interest in having the Portuguese manager come over at summer, but Mourinho will have to see how things work at Old Trafford before making a decision.