REVEALED: THIS IS WHY MOURINHO BRANDISHED THREE FINGERS AT JUVENTUS FANS

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Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho showed three fingers to Chelsea fans on Saturday after the 2-2 draw between United and Chelsea.

Chelsea fans were jeering and chanting ‘f*** off Mourinho’ as he walked off the pitch, and he responded by brandishing three fingers to the Chelsea fans as  a reminder for the three Premier League titles he won as Chelsea manager.

Also, the United boss brandished three fingers at Juve fans during the game between United and Juve at Old Trafford on Tuesday night.

Juventus fans were shouting “Mourinho s****y man” and “Mourinho son of a b****”, and Mourinho responded by raising his three fingers in the direction of the away fans.

Mourinho’s three fingers is in reference to the treble – the Serie A title, Coppa Italia and Champions League he won while as Inter Milan manager in 2010.

Asked about the salute after the game, Mourinho said: “It’s an obvious response.

“Obviously, they don’t love me. Obviously, the toughest moment for them was our treble (in 2010).

“That’s fine. With players, coaches, club and everything, we have total respect, everything is very cordial.”