Manchester United star has his heart set on a move to PSG

Manchester United star has his heart set on a move to PSG

Manchester United star has his heart set on a move to PSG

To see the youngster running at defenders, showing off all the trickery he has in his arsenal in a Manchester United shirt as opposed to just an England one, was a delight.

Speaking after the match Mourinho said: "We lost so many balls in midfield and lost so many balls in our transitions to the final third".

Jose Mourinho was forced into making a number of changes at the St Mary's Stadium on Saturday, deploying a back five system which included Scott McTominay and Nemanja Matic in the heart of central defence. "(Not winning) has to do with the characteristics of the players. We don't have many - with all the respect, hope people understand what I mean - we don't have many "mad dogs". "It was nothing to do with the system and Matic and McTominay did a very positive job for two midfield players".

Robben played under "The Special One" throughout Mourinho's initial spell in the Premier League in West London, between 2004 and 2007, helping Chelsea win back-to-back titles and their first in half a century.

Having in mind he played the whole match - 90 minutes - we could say he was losing the ball every 6.43 minutes, or exactly per every 385 seconds he was on the pitch.

"We did so well in the last 15, 20 minutes of the first half, we chose to connect to the attacking players by transporting the ball, the right choice of pass, accelerating the game, but in the second half we went back to that dynamic".

United now lie 16 points off Manchester City after just 14 games and it certainly looks like they'll face a real fight to even finish in the top four this year.

Mourinho used the rise of Tottenham as an example to explain why United can no longer raid their rivals as they did in the past for players like Dimitar Berbatov and Michael Carrick.

"Honestly, I don't think we are going to sign", the United manager told a news conference on Friday.

And despite the obvious disappointment of not being able to claim the three points on the south coast, Mourinho felt that Rashford's performance was one of the positives from the game.

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