Jose Mourinho’s first season in charge of Manchester United hasn’t quite gone according to plan thus far.
The Red Devils are sixth in the Premier League after winning just five of their first 11 matches, three of which came in their opening three games.
Defeats to Manchester City and Chelsea have questioned United’s title credentials, and frustrating draws at home to Stoke and Burnley have not helped lighten the mood around Old Trafford.
However, Mourinho’s men did pick up a much-needed 3-1 win at Swansea prior to the international break, and they’ll look to build on that and close the gap on leaders Liverpool when domestic football resumes next weekend.
United have also struggled in the Europa League this season, and could face an early exit from the competition should they fail to win their last two group games.
A lot of talk at the start of the season was about how Mourinho would lead United to the title this time around, but early signs are that it might be too much of an ask.