Published: Sat, October 20, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho would 'love' to sign Eden Hazard

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho would 'love' to sign Eden Hazard

Hazard and Mourinho didn't end on the best of terms when the Portuguese was sacked from his second spell at Stamford Bridge in December 2015 with Chelsea languishing in 16th and Hazard having failed to score a Premier League goal all season to that point.

The Belgian has once again been the star player in the league over the first two months of the season, and United head to Stamford Bridge with their opponents locked together with Manchester City and Liverpool at the top of the table. Obviously they are not playing Champions League, and that puts (their focus) just on the Premier League.

"People talk about our team - especially in relation to Manchester United now - and say it was attack, attack, attack".

The Red Devils have struggled to hit top gear in the early weeks of the 2018-19 campaign, but Sarri has claimed that Jose Mourinho can call upon "maybe the best set of players in the Premier League". "The players had the trust of the manager to do that themselves", Rooney said in an interview with the Men In Blazers TV show.

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One of the biggest problems at Manchester United right now seems to be too many big egos in the dressing room. Will Mourinho, a two-time former Chelsea manager, engineer another Stamford Bridge tactical masterpiece or will the intense criticism over his performance return after the two-week absence that was the global break.

"For me is another game", Mourinho told a news conference on Friday.

"Even today we don't have every player back, so it is a bit odd when you come from the worldwide week, but I think the feelings of the last match remain, so the players are fine, are happy and focused".

But Rooney has played down suggestions Jose Mourinho's current crop at United are failing to replicate the attacking style of Ferguson's sides. "That (style) is what I want".

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