Absent Anthony Martial facing fine as José Mourinho hits breaking point

Absent Anthony Martial facing fine as José Mourinho hits breaking point

Absent Anthony Martial facing fine as José Mourinho hits breaking point

Mina has been widely linked with a move away from Barcelona and is also said to be interesting Everton but Argentinian outlet Ole report that Toffees boss Marco Silva has instead bid £29.3m for United's Marcos Rojo.

Manchester United winger Anthony Martial has lashed out at Jose Mourinho saying his family comes first before any other thing.

Elsewhere, Pep Guardiola finally landed Leicester's Riyad Mahrez for a club-record fee in an otherwise quiet window so far for City while Arsenal have signed a clutch of players but no marquee names to whet the appetite.

"Because in a few days we go to Munich and we start the Premier League in nine days". Meanwhile, the Blues have lined up Jordan Pickford, Kasper Schmeichel and Jack Butland as potential replacements should keeper Thibaut Courtois leave for Real Madrid.

He also picked up midfielders Fabinho from Monaco and Naby Keita from RB Leipzig and added Stoke City's Xherdan Shaqiri to an already formidable array of attacking talent that includes Mohamed Salah.

It's getting more hard as in the League, teams are getting stronger.

"My players [have been] wonderful in their effort but we have more effort in front of us", said Mourinho after goals from Alexis Sanchez and Ander Herrera secured the win over Real.

"I thought for some of them the possibility to start the game, to give reason to the ones that during the season there are always critics towards my choices".

In stressing that the team spirit and work ethic in the group had impressed him over the last fortnight, while thanking Romelu Lukaku and Marcus Rashford for agreeing to return to training three days early, there was a pointed dig at the France global.

Martial said last night that he would return to Manchester today after the birth of his son, Swan. Then, he embarked upon his string of sulky tirades during the pre-season trip to America. Spurs are playing great football, and the quality they have in the team- they have six or seven first team players starting in their national team.

"I am convinced that Uli and I need to find a capable man in the not so distant future", he said.

His comments sparked speculation he could be off to Real Madrid to replace the departed Cristiano Ronaldo. Martial's comments about family coming first seem to be a clear message to Mourinho, and it will interesting to see if the 22-year-old remains at the club following his little indiscretion.

The Red Devils have been relatively quiet in the transfer market this summer, with the arrivals of Fred and Diego Dalot confirmed by the Premier League side. When I go back to the training ground, players tell me how the team is well built and I can't wait to see them as champions.

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