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Jose Mourinho Worried Manchester United Player Could Leave For Free

Jose Mourinho Worried Manchester United Player Could Leave For Free

United and Spurs are level on 20 points in the Premier League and sit as the closest challengers to leaders Manchester City on the eve of a keenly anticipated Old Trafford clash.

Since Jose Mourinho's arrival at Old Trafford last summer, Shaw has struggled to carve out any sort of regular playing time for himself, with Mourinho having publicly scolded his talented youngster for his attitude last season.

Pochettino accused Mourinho of putting Dier "in a compromising position" but, speaking at a news conference ahead of Saturday's game, he insisted the affair had long since been put to bed.

As per reports spreading throughout the English media, a swap deal involving Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur defenders Luke Shaw and Danny Rose is looking like an increasingly realistic possibility.

"So contrary to some imaginary sources that tell you everything we do here, I can promise you that since that match I didn't speak one single second about the match, because [there's] no need".

Asked about Luke Shaw's contract situation at his news conference on Friday, Mourinho replied: "I'm anxious about Fellaini and not about Luke Shaw, because Fellaini finishes his contract and Luke Shaw doesn't".

'I think with Southampton he achieved the impossible.

Mourinho then went on to discuss another player who has been missing from first-team action, despite returning to full fitness.

"I don't know if it is Mauricio's words or it is his ghost writer's, I really don't know", said Mourinho.

"I just have a very good relationship with him". So to lose again, I think it is going to happen.

The 30-year-old Belgian global has flourished under Mourinho and won over sections of the United support who had been critical of him.

"I'm anxious about Fellaini and not about Luke Shaw", he said.

"I'm anxious about Fellaini and not about Luke Shaw because Fellaini finishes his contract and Luke Shaw doesn't".


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