Manchester United legend Sir Bobby Charlton seems to have given new chief Jose Mourinho his seal of endorsement after the pair were imagined together on Monday.
Charlton, close by official bad habit executive Ed Woodward, respected the previous Real Madrid and Chelsea supervisor to United’s preparation base in Carrington.
Mourinho, who supplanted Louis van Gaal as chief at Old Trafford recently, was joined by long-term aide Rui Faria on a voyage through the club’s preparation offices.
Charlton has beforehand scrutinized Mourinho’s style of administration, most remarkably after the Portuguese jabbed Barcelona right hand mentor Tito Vilanova in the eye amid an El Clasico match in 2011.
“A United chief wouldn’t do that,” Charlton was cited as saying in 2012. “Mourinho is an okay mentor, however that is similarly as I would go truly.
“He pontificates a lot for my enjoying. He’s a decent administrator, however.”
In any case, Charlton seemed glad to welcome Mourinho to Carrington on Monday, telling the 53-year-old he was “exceptionally cheerful” to see him at the club.
Joined have moved quickly to secure various youthful gifts taking after Mourinho’s arrangement, with Marcus Rashford and Cameron Borthwick-Jackson both penning long haul bargains on Monday.
Mourinho will now start work at Old Trafford in front of the club’s pre-season voyage through China in July.