Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has admitted to becoming increasingly frustrated with the Red Devils’ lack of signings so far this summer, according to the Mirror.
Mourinho, who informed United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward of his transfer targets before the end of last season, has only made one signing so far this window, Swedish international Victor Lindelof from Benfica, and is apparently becoming frustrated with United’s lack of done deals, as reported by the Mirror.
As per the Mirror, it is unlikely that any more transfers will be completed by Mourinho’s side before they head on their five-game pre-season tour of the US, something that increased Mourinho’s frustrations even further.
Mourinho, as also reported by the Mirror, would’ve like the majority of his signing to have been completed before United’s pre-season tour, to allow the players to become familiar to the United boss’ style of play and to bond with the rest of the United squad.
If United do end up going on their pre-season tour with just one new signing, and it certainly looks likely, then it’s undoubtedly going to be a stressful period for the former Chelsea boss, as he tries to get more of his transfer targets across the line before the window shuts on August 31st.