Mourinho is losing the dressing room as Man Utd hammered and humiliated

Mourinho is losing the dressing room as Man Utd hammered and humiliated

Manchester United players and staff believe Jose Mourinho could be sacked by the end of the week.

Luke Shaw has described Manchester United's defeat at West Ham United as "honestly horrendous" and "awful", conceding the team performed like it didn't deserve to play for the club in a result that piled more pressure on manager Jose Mourinho.

Speaking in an interview with Coral, Shearer said: "Jose has taken on his players before at Chelsea and we know how that ended, he was shown the door, and I think the same outcome will happen here".

United legend Paul Scholes backed up his former teammate, adding: "It's probably as bad as you'll see from a United team for quite some time".

Languishing nine points behind leaders City, they now face a battle even to qualify for the lucrative Champions League, a prospect that will give the money men sleepless nights.

After going three games without a win for the first time since December and watching United record their worst start to a season since David Moyes was in charge in 2013, Mourinho was pushed about whether enough of his players have the same attitude as McTominay, who he branded his "best centre-back" on the day.

West Ham beat Mourinho's side 3-1 yesterday, which followed up on the club's EFL Cup exit to Derby County during the midweek.

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Felipe Anderson and Marko Arnautovic found the target for the Hammers, with United defender Victor Lindelof also scoring an own goal.

José Mourinho's future at Manchester United is hanging in the balance.

Victory saw West Ham continue to climb up the table after starting the season with four straight league defeats under new manager Manuel Pellegrini. We're the ones who go on the pitch. "No excuses. As players we weren't good enough".

"I can have complaints with quality and mental approach", Mourinho said.

The home side dominated the opening minutes of the contest as United failed to find any rhythm in attack and looked shaky at the back.

United remain the world's richest club for now, but that is not being reflected on the field for frustrated fans more interested in points than profits.

Reports on Sunday claimed Mourinho had given the 29-year-old a dressing down in training earlier in the week and Sanchez was said to have been left stunned by his manager's decision to omit him from the matchday squad.

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