Jose Mourinho: 'We have no mad dogs'

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Romelu Lukaku is likely to start at centre-forward too.

José Mourinho reportedly clashed with Paul Pogba after the match, after a lacklustre performance from the Frenchman in which he gave the ball away several times.

"It depends", he told a news conference when asked if expectations at United are different from other clubs. I hope you can interpret it in the right way.

"Is Manchester United, by its history, by its dimension, bigger than Tottenham?" he said.

"With all the respect for dogs because I love them". No - because they don't sell or because they are so powerful that they can say no.

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The result is that unlike with their rivals, United are finding few options to replace their departing stars, which the players are fully aware of.

At Munich, whom he arrived at from Real Madrid in 2009, Robben has won everything possible; a simply astonishing haul of seven Bundesliga titles, four DFB Pokal and SFL Supercups apiece, and a UEFA Champions League for good measure. Dele Alli, [Christian] Eriksen, Son [Heung-min]? So who is more powerful now?

Mourinho's side were 2-0 down at St. Mary's within 20 minutes, although they did rescue the situation to go into halftime at 2-2.

"Football changes", the Portuguese said.

The atmosphere around the training ground at Carrington has been described as "unbearable" with many players and staff feeling the situation can not continue for much longer. The clubs are more powerful.

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I mean. this pretty much sums it up so far for United.

De Gea is easily better than the pair and has certainly been United's best player in recent years. At this moment, they don't want to sell.

"It's more hard to make the team better and stronger with buying".

Despite being valued at more than £2.8 billion, Mourinho insists the club can not throw "crazy money" at potential signings and instead have to shop in what he calls "the second tier". I need to sell.

"Last season was fantastic to finish second and we are fighting hard. I don't see us going more than that".

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