Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has assured the club that he has no problem with working with executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward.
Reports over the weekend claimed Mourinho was becoming increasingly frustrated by Woodward’s refusal to listen to his ideas and the club’s continued silence in offer the 54-year-old a contract extension.
Woodward sacked Louis van Gaal two days after the club won the FA Cup in 2015 to bring Mourinho to the club and he’s sanctioned close to £300million of spending in just over a year.
Mourinho gave an interview to a French television station over the weekend where he revealed he would not end his managerial career at Old Trafford and talked up the opportunity of taking over at Paris Saint-Germain.
United are flying high in the Premier League so far this term and Woodward is delighted with the job that Mourinho is doing.
Despite the speculation, Mourinho is said to be happy to work alongside Woodward and has assured the club that he has no problem with the vice-chairman, according to the Manchester Evening News.
United take on Benfica in the Champions League group stages tonight and will be looking to continue their 100% start to the competition.
A win in Lisbon would give United one foot in the knockout stages.