Published: Wed, July 25, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Jose Mourinho sends direct message to Man United record signing Paul Pogba

Jose Mourinho sends direct message to Man United record signing Paul Pogba

The midfielder was one of the star performers at the World Cup in Russian Federation as he helped France win the tournament, something that has not helped rumours about his future in London.

The medical headquarters of Juventus are pleasantly surprised by the Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo, Football inside reported.

Mourinho has added Fred, Diogo Dalot and Lee Grant to his ranks at Old Trafford this summer but Scholes believes his former club will struggle to close the gap on Guardiola's City next season.

While Martial did not have the best of seasons under Jose Mourinho last time around, he certainly is one of the brightest players in the Premier League and could turn out to be a decent player under our new manager Maurizio Sarri.

"I think the World Cup is the flawless habitat for a player like him to give [their] best".

One positive for Mourinho in the draw against MLS side San Jose was the encouraging display of January signing Alexis Sanchez, who arrived on tour late after Visa issues.

"I don't think it's about us getting the best out of him, it's about him giving the best he has to give", declared the Red Devils boss.

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Asked if United's existing squad is good enough to be title contenders, the manager said: "I don't answer to your question".

"Ronaldo is a player who tilts balances, and he can help Juventus win the Champions League".

"If you look to the players that Chelsea and Liverpool have in the pre-season, especially these two teams, also Arsenal, you see the difference of the situation", he said.

Manchester United's all-time leading goalscorer Wayne Rooney believes the Red Devils can not afford to lose a certain star, amid reports suggesting the player wants to leave. His versatility allows him to play anywhere along the front line, though he's most comfortable on the left wing or as a striker.

Ronaldo's four goals at the World Cup suggests he's not slowing down. "As a football person, if you're a coach and you seem your team playing - he may be happy".

"In the World Cup, the direction of the emotion, of the responsibility, of the big decisions is always growing ..."

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