Jose Mourinho has declared his holiday is over as he returned back in Manchester before starting work as Manchester United manager on Monday.
The former Chelsea boss was enjoying his time off by spending time with his family in the Maldives.
He arrived in Manchester by train shortly after midnight and was seen leaving the team’s Lowry Hotel at 7.50am to begin work.
His dream of managing Man United is set to begin as he embarks on the task of rebuilding one of the biggest clubs in the world.
The job at Man United isn’t just about getting us to our former glory days, his personal reputation took a hit after a disappointing start to the season at Chelsea, but he now has everything in place to succeed at Old Trafford
Though United won the FA Cup, beating Crystal Palace in the Wembley final, they only finished fifth in the Premier League and missed out on the Champions League for the second time in three seasons.
United have already acquired Villarreal defender Eric Bailly and will be followed by Zlatan Ibrahaimovic and Armenian midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan from Borussia Dortmund. Mourinho is also allegedly looking to break the world record transfer fee to bring Paul Pogba back to Old Trafford and build a world-class team capable of winning trophies.