Paul Pogba posts cryptic message on Instagram after Manchester United win


Jose Mourinho was left frustrated by a lack of deadline-day activity as Manchester United failed to bring in the centre-back he craved.

"That's football, that's football management, I think football is changing and probably football managers should be called head coaches. We thought maximum [he would play] 60 minutes, but he managed more than 80", Mourinho told the media after the match on Friday.

It has been a hard summer for United boss Jose Mourinho and I said last week that I felt he needed to find some harmony within the club.

"All these teams now are looking to buy younger players with sell-on values". They (Leicester) spent more money than us, so in the Premier League we must get used to teams with players of the same quality that we have.

Paul Merson believes Manchester United will finish in third place in the Premier League table this season but the Arsenal legend doesn't expect the Red Devils to challenge for the top-flight crown.

United were not convincing as Leicester displayed wonderful creativity and had good possession throughout the first 45 minutes of the much-anticipated match.

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Just 26 days after lifting the World Cup with France, the 25-year-old scored an early penalty and dominated the midfield before being replaced after 84 minutes. "We want to go up". "I know it's long, I know it can disturb the goalkeeper but the most important thing is for the ball to go in". "Even if the manager puts down the names, it's about how we feel". I want to progress and get better again and I want to win more trophies. "I am happy with the performance to make this game in this condition, it's encouraging for the future".

Nonetheless Mourinho was pleased with his team's display, singling out Pogba and Shaw for particular praise, and the overall spirit.

"It was tough for Harry Maguire, he gave his best and had a good game".

The midfielder who amassed a total of 718 appearances for the club questioned the Portuguese manager's idea of a "new-look" for United, saying former manager Sir Alex Ferguson has already left the club with a ideal recipe for success.

"Like I always say, I always give my best for the fans, for my team-mates, for the people that trust me".