United have made a disgusting start to their 2018/19 season as they have a tally of 10 points from seven matches.
According to The Sun, Zidane is anxious that the rumours appearing in the media will lead Mourinho to think that he is going behind his back trying to get his job. "Even if some players didn't like what the plan was they bought into it and did the job 100 per cent".
"The manager is trying to turn this around, he wants to make us stronger", said Nemanja Matic, a player who was at Chelsea with Mourinho the last time things went awry and one who declined to comment on whether he was experiencing any sort of deja vu.
Mourinho was asked at the pre-match press conference if his job was on the line this week. It's all of us, everybody has a role to play. "They would do everything for him but at the moment it's not quite there", the 34-year-old added.
United full-back Luke Shaw didn't shy away from his share of the blame in United's third defeat in seven league games.
Earlier, NAIJ.com had reported how Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho came to terms with the fact that his employers are getting ready to sack him after reportedly getting a call from Zinedine Zidane.
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"Games like this we should be dominating, creating chances, showing people why we deserve to play for Man United and that didn't happen". "The most important (thing) is what you show on the pitch".
'I don't believe that any player goes onto the pitch not giving his best.
Sanchez, who has yet to net in the Premier League this term, is said to have made it clear to everyone behind the scenes that he was unhappy with Mourinho's decision.
"It was not good enough from a Manchester United team with all the talent we have", said Shaw, 23.
Mourinho is expecting a challenging match against Valencia despite United's opponents losing to a 10-man Juventus in their Champions League opener. "I look at my team, whatever the other team is doing is not our stuff".
"Apart from Marcos Rojo, now we have Ander Herrera, Ashley Young and Jesse Lingard out", Mourinho said.
"I see different actions but what you see is not really inside".