Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is not surprised by Crystal Palace’s decision to sack manager, Frank de Boer.

De Boer was sacked on Monday by Palace after losing his fourth of four Premier League fixtures in Sunday's 1-0 defeat at Burnley.

He spent just 77 days at Palace.

"I was sacked (by Chelsea) as a champion, (former Leicester manager Claudio) Ranieri was sacked as a champion. Frank de Boer is sacked after four matches and next season something incredible again, so nothing surprises me. That's the world where we are.”

Mourinho said team's management contribute and enjoy putting pressure on coaches, but as long as football is concerned, nothing surprises him anymore.

Before his Crystal Palace job, de Boer was hired by Inter Milan in November 2016, but spent just 86 days on the job before he was sacked.

But he has an incredible record at the Eredivisie where he led Ajax to four back-to-back league wins between 2011 and 2015.

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