Jose Mourinho will not be quitting Manchester United for Paris Saint-Germain.
Recent talks between manager and club have allayed any concerns there might have been about his future.
SunSport last week revealed that not only did PSG make contact with Mourinho’s representatives but that United’s hierarchy feared he might leave.
However, United are happy the Portuguese is ‘focused and determined’ ahead of tomorrow’s visit of Newcastle.
And the club are convinced they have the right man for the job going forward.
Mourinho has turned United back into title contenders after winning the EFL Cup and Europa League in his first season in charge of the Red Devils.
While there has been some criticism of his style of play, United and Mourinho would point to the six times they have scored four goals in a game this season as evidence to the contrary.
United have backed Mourinho in the transfer market to the tune of £300million since he arrived in 2016.
He wants to strengthen further and the club are prepared to back him.
Although there is an eight-point gap between United and rivals Manchester City at the top of the Premier League, there is a belief at the Red Devils that they can catch their neighbours.