Losing David De Gea will make Manchester United worse - José Mourinho

Losing David De Gea will make Manchester United worse - José Mourinho

Losing David De Gea will make Manchester United worse - José Mourinho

"I am not confident, but I'm also not anxious", the United manager told Sky Sports.

"All of them (who missed Tuesday's Champions League 1-0 loss to Juventus) were in their national teams", said Mourinho in his press conference ahead of Sunday's home Premier League clash with Everton.

"So, basically, that's why I didn't make any changes and just stuck with the players we had out on the pitch".

The Daily Express believes so, reporting: "Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has been tipped to bring Angel Di Maria back to Old Trafford when the transfer window reopens in January".

"I think this season is hopefully going to be better than last season - for the team and also for myself." .

Lukaku has gone eight games without scoring and has only managed four goals in 13 appearances this season.


"He said, "[Mourinho] is a good friend, a good man and a very good manager. "But this season he had a good start, a good pre-season he started well against Leicester City, and then he was injured, then he came back and was injured again". You have to respect them but play our game. "We have to do everything we can to achieve a good result and stop them".

"Well, you have to bear in mind that Alexis Sanchez was in the stands, Jesse Lingard was in the stands", Mourinho told reporters.

The 25-year-old has a chance of being involved against Everton but may have to wait for the trip to Bournemouth on November 3.

However, the club's owners, the Glazer Family, appears to have finally had enough of these consistent occurrences, which is why they have asked Mourinho to keep his behaviour in check from now on, reports the Sun.

"So now he's going back to do the work to try and be 100% and in this moment he's nearly there because of the team's needs". "So we work with what we have, we try to improve with what we have".

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