Mourinho joined Tottenham as the manager in November 2019 on a three-year contract, replacing Mauricio Pochettino.
Despite the muted atmosphere, there remains plenty to play for at both ends of the table with the clash between Tottenham and United pivotal in the battle for Champions League qualification.
All football in England have been suspended since March as a precautionary measure against the spread of coronavirus pandemic.
Even if matches can return, they will be played behind closed doors for the foreseeable future to minimise the risk of spreading the virus.
Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho has worked alongside Age UK and Love Your DoorStep in Enfield to prepare food parcels.
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Tottenham crashed out of the FA Cup in the fifth round following penalty shoot-out loss to Norwich City.
Many of the Tottenham players are recovering from their respective injuries which have given Mourinho a serious selection headache.
Son Heung-min's header 11 minutes from time moved Spurs up to sixth and within six points of Chelsea in the battle for a top-four finish.
The arrival of Fernandes would give Tottenham another option in midfield after Mourinho saw France international Moussa Sissoko ruled out until April after undergoing knee surgery.
Mourinho was booked by referee Mike Dean in the 77th minute after the Portuguese approached the Southampton bench.
Various media reports also state that Manchester City's manager Guardiola has also written to the organisers of Premier League to look into the matter of hectic scheduling.
Spurs will hope to make further inroads against Wolves on Sunday in a bid to get back to where Mourinho says they belong.
Tottenham currently hold the seventh position on the Premier League table with 23 points.
Son Heung-min, Lucas Moura and Harry Kane got the goals as Mourinho made an instant impact after replacing the sacked Mauricio Pochettino on Wednesday.
Mourinho starts his tenure at a third English club after grossly different experiences at Chelsea and Manchester United hoping to inspire Tottenham's first away win in the league since January.