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Paul Pogba angered by José Mourinho's view of World Cup exploits

08 August 2018

New West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini has already spent big this summer on the likes of Felipe Anderson, Andriy Yarmolenko and Issa Diop but it seems the wallet remains open to even more recruits.

The Gunners could be joined by Manchester United, who are also tipped to make a late move for the France worldwide.

"I think the World Cup is the ideal habitat for a player like him to give [their] best", Mourinho said.

In his first six months at Old Trafford, Sanchez was a pale imitation of the player who dazzled at Arsenal. "We have spoken of everything". No, he has never called me, but he always sends me text messages.

The next best record for a manager who has overseen five games or more in the top flight is Sir Alex Ferguson, with a win percentage of 61.9%. "We will see what happens", he said. Bleacher Report suggest that the Reds could renew their interest in Lyon's Nabil Fekir to ensure their rivalas don't secure the Frenchman's signature. The Italian club will hope that a nostalgic desire to return to Italy and the country's generous tax incentives (reportedly a factor in Cristiano Ronaldo's decision to move to Turin) could sway Pogba's decision.

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Speaking to ESPN , vice-president Jordi Mestre responded when asked if United were interested in the Colombian: "It's top secret". Clubs across the county are looking to acquire new talent ahead of the 2018/19 season including Jose Mourinho's United.

France midfielder Nabil Fekir could still be on his way to Anfield.

BST: Manchester United legend Wayne Rooney, now at MLS club DC United, has said he believes Jose Mourinho needs "maybe another signing or two" to launch a Premier league title challenge. It is now understood that Aston Villa have rejected that bid and told the player's suitors that he is NOT for sale.

United appear set to sign one centre-back before Thursday's deadline, but it will seemingly not be Jerome Boateng, despite talks between the club and Bayern Munich during this week's friendly in Munich.

Last season's Premier League runners-up have stuttered in the market this summer, having so far only signed Brazil midfielder Fred, promising full-back Diogo Dalot and third-choice goalkeeper Lee Grant. The 29-year-old has sung the praises of our former boss, as well as revealing his desire to work with him once again some day. Back in April, Pep Guardiola claimed Pogba was offered to Manchester City at the start of this year.

Paul Pogba angered by José Mourinho's view of World Cup exploits