Published: Sat, October 27, 2018
Sport | By Patty Hardy

Jose Mourinho drops hint to Man United board about quality signings

Jose Mourinho drops hint to Man United board about quality signings

Eric Cantona says he "suffers" watching Manchester United and that the club are "losing a generation of young players" due to their current style of play. "But they have the manager and the players and they will be putting pressure on themselves to get it right", he said.

But if Jose Mourinho's men play anything close to what they did versus the Old Lady on Tuesday, then surely it will be the Spanish side that will move into the knockout stages. The 29-year-old was unavailable for the 3-2 defeat at Brighton in August because of a minor injury but has been fit enough to make eight appearances, from which he has scored only one goal. "My comment is only that everyone knows how good he is, how important he is for Manchester United and, if the club want to be better than it is and not worse, obviously it would be very important to keep David". "That is the question we have to answer or if we wait one more week".

McTominay picked up a knee injury while away with Scotland earlier this month but Mourinho has suggested the midfielder is now back in contention for the visit of Everton, however, the other three remain sidelined.

"I always feel that every game", he said.

Sanchez has missed the last two matches against Chelsea and Juventus with a groin problem and Mourinho says the Chilean global will remain on the sidelines this weekend as his physical condition "isn't good". But I think kids needs to have an example.

They have also warned that Mourinho's indirect feud with former player now pundit Paul Scholes could split opinion, thereby divide the entire fanbase.

Everton will be hoping to extend their winning run of games when they take on an inconsistent Manchester United side on Sunday.

"We are not in the best moment to try to think about resting players or try to find solutions, the solutions is to find the players we have".

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