Published: Fri, August 17, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho: 'Trio unlikely to face Brighton'

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho: 'Trio unlikely to face Brighton'

It's exactly what I demand from my players is what he's giving me.

Writing in his Coral column, Shearer said he only sees one victor if Mourinho continues to take on the players at Old Trafford.

However, Mourinho poured cold water on rumours saying he has never been involved in a fight with Pogba.

"That's the truth. I can not demand or ask more from him".

"It is not easy to be fined here, so you have to ask him".

"But, since he's come back, he's been a nightmare, As a player, irrespective of whether you're happy or unhappy, there are ways to conduct yourself".

Pogba's comments created a media storm this week which has seen many pundits suggest that the 25-year-old midfielder has more power at Old Trafford than Mourinho, but the Portuguese coach was again adamant that he is not concerned, telling the media to ask the man himself for clarification of his comments.

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The start to Manchester United's season - their third under Mourinho - has been dominated by Pogba and Mourinho's feud. "I want him to work the way he is doing and play the way he is doing and that's all that matters".

"So, you have to ask him".

Speaking to Robbie Savage on BBC Radio 5 Live, he was asked what was going on with the latest rumour about a barney between Jose Mourinho and Paul Pogba but quickly deviated from the question.

Lingard had three weeks off after his involvement in England's World Cup campaign, while Valencia and Matic picked up injuries on United's pre-season tour. "If he doesn't that's football".

Mourinho also stated that Matteo Darmian is not expected to leave the club, with Italy's transfer window closing on FRiday. I think the style is the same and the fact that they lost the first match [against Watford], obviously they are working for a reaction, working to improve their game, so a hard match for us, but we are confident.

"For me it's good news that Matteo is staying". He's always an option for us, a reliable player, we know that his performance level is that one, we know he always does a job for the team.

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