Jose Mourinho's frustrations with missing Manchester United players at ICC understandable - Stillitano

Jose Mourinho's frustrations with missing Manchester United players at ICC understandable - Stillitano

Jose Mourinho's frustrations with missing Manchester United players at ICC understandable - Stillitano

Mourinho has to be careful.

Good news was in short supply for Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho on Saturday as his side were thrashed 4-1 by Liverpool in the International Champions Cup and he confirmed Serbian midfielder Nemanja Matic will miss the start of the season.

Mourinho wants Woodward to sign him a new centre-back - likely Harry Maguire or Toby Alderweireld - and a forward.

Already deprived of more than half of his first-choice starting XI because of World Cup commitments, injuries have now decimated his squad and Mourinho is anxious as he moves towards the start of the serious business of a new domestic campaign.

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Mourinho meanwhile praised the contribution of senior players such as Sanchez, Juan Mata, Ander Herrera and Eric Bailly.

"I think that it's possible I will have one".

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"So we have Alexis (Sanchez) and (Juan) Mata who play every minute of every match and now we have Real Madrid and after that Bayern Munich and that's our start".

Two players who definitely will not be lining up against Real on Wednesday are captain Antonio Valencia, who has returned to the United Kingdom, and holding midfielder Nemanja Matic, with the Serbia global having recently undergone knee surgery.

The Swiss, who completed his move from Stoke City earlier this month, grabbed Liverpool's fourth as he athletically smashed home Ben Woodburn's cross late in the second half. "It was probably because we played against my old team".

Sources have told The Daily Telegraph that he is bullish behind the scenes, keen to fuel perceptions that everyone and everything is conspiring against United.

After a frustrating pre-season tour of America, he looks to be living up to his stereotype, raising questions about a potential sacking by Manchester United this season. "The joy I had was to receive a message when he left Real Madrid". Youngster Timothy Fosu-Mensah sees an opportunity for himself to make his mark, and wants to do whatever he can to contribute.

"You want him to be very happy with the players he has around him?" "We've played against quality opponents".

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