Jose Mourinho Was Set To See Serbia This Week Despite Nemanja Matic’s Absence Through Injury

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho will travel to see the UEFA Nations League match between Montenegro and Serbia despite an injury to his midfielder Nemanja Matic, according to the sources. Serbian chief Mlast Krstajic confirmed that Matic would not be fit for the clashes against Montenegro and Romania, as he currently suffers from a recurring problem that will keep him sidelined in the coming predicted future.

At a press conference, as cited by Mirjlet, Krstajic also suggested that the midfielder could come with Mourinho on the stands to see the match, as Portuguese will still make the trip to Montenegro, regardless of the injury that Matic is suffering from. With Matic set to miss, speculation is redundant, why Mourinho will still make an effort to see the match, which will take place on Thursday when he is suffering from an injury and need rest for recovering.

There will be fewer players on the show that have been said to have been on the radar of United recently, including Sergei Milinkovic-Savic and Nikola Milenkovic. United, along with a host of European top players, recorded a serious interest in Lazio’s Milinkovic-Savic after his star’s performances for Series A outfit, but the red devils failed to follow up.

Meanwhile, Milenkovic is celebrated as the next Nemanja Vidic, and by only 20 years, is considered one of the most talented young defenders in European football. He has all the abilities to become a winning player for the team. As the future of Mourinho is more uncertain about the day, he can be shown the exit door before he can try to bring the two Serbs over to Old Trafford in a future transfer window if it is actually the purpose of his journey.