You’d think United would make a winter overhaul at the end of the seams this month following Mourinho’s dismissal.
The Portuguese boss was laid off after strings of complaints and the club’s sloppy performance was linked back to him.
United appointed former player and club legend Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to manage affairs at the helm on an interim basis. The Mancunians have seen a quick rise in their performance, winning over four games on a spin and don’t look like taking the foot of the gas.
Still, there have been talks spinning in the media about news reinforcements moving in this January. Those talks have refused to fade out however, but United have so far made a tremendous signing which has put the club on the front foot.
Sir Alex Ferguson former right hand man Mike Phelan has returned to the club, after ditching the outfit when former boss David Moyes was shaking up things in management.
Phelan’s arrival has added a fine bit of spark in United’s game and his commanding presence in the dresser and on the pitch has injected so much vigour in this United side, that he shouldn’t have in the first place, admits former player Paul Parker.
Parker who played between 1991 and 1996 for United says “Micky” may be the best signing ever done by United this summer.