Manchester United head coach Jose Mourinho is allegedly ready to launch an investigation internally at the club after his strategy for the Chelsea match were leaked.
Barkley rescue unbeaten Chelsea
The Red Devils held host Chelsea to a 2-2 draw Stamford Bridge, displaying one of their best performances this term in the second half of the encounter, though they Manchester giant still could not secure the maximum three points as England international midfielder Ross Barkley netted a very late equalizing goal for the host team, who maintained their unbeaten league run this campaign.
The former Premier League champions, led by Italian boss Mauricio Sarri may have gained a few advantage going into the encounter, however, with former Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho unhappy to hear that his starting line-up was leaked before the match, as per latest reports by Daily Mail.
The Portuguese manager started with Spain international forward Juan Mata in a number ten position, which was more or less of a shock and strange move initially, though the Blues would no doubt have been able to gather a reasonable number of information from that particular decision relating to how their guest was going to approach the much-anticipated encounter after two-weeks of international break.
It may be that coaches or players inside Old Trafford are for some reason deciding to leak this tactical information to newsmen, and the Mail claims the former Inter Milan and Chelsea boss is now prepared to launch an investigation internally to identify who’s behind this act.