Mauricio Pochettino: 'Jose Mourinho fallout in the past'

Mauricio Pochettino: 'Jose Mourinho fallout in the past'

Mauricio Pochettino: 'Jose Mourinho fallout in the past'

Mourinho signed Matic from Chelsea in the summer for about £40 million (S$71.6 million), having also had an interest in Dier.

Pochettino has said that Mourinho waited to have a conversation with Dier after last season's corresponding fixture.

"'Are you friends with Mourinho?' I asked him".

Though, along with Fellaini, contracts of six other United stars are set to expire at the end of the campaign, including Luke Shaw.

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"If you want to speak about his words I would be very disappointed if his words were different".

Pochettino's new book, Brave New World, also features quotes in the epilogue from United left-back Luke Shaw, who reveals the Tottenham boss used to call him "son" during their successful spell together at Southampton.

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"I was happy because it shows dignity, character and intelligence to know the reason why we lost the match". "We got the player that I really wanted".

Mourinho said on Friday he was not upset by Shaw's glowing endorsement of Pochettino, but he added it will be hard for the left-back to get the chances he needs to improve his fitness because of competition from Daley Blind, Matteo Darmian, Ashley Young and Marcos Rojo.

"He has a future here, I think he has, but the situation is not easy because he comes from injury after injury after injury".

"I don't think anyone is afraid to come and play us at Old Trafford. normally we have good performances at home".

The coach certainly took advantage of the opportunity to rest some of his key players with the likes of Scott McTominay and Axel Tuanzebe coming into the side for a rare start, however the trip to Wales didn't see an appearance from defenders Eric Bailly or Phil Jones.

"One more training session but he's the only one from the injured group that can be ready".

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