Man Utd boss Mourinho: Ronaldo coup great for Juventus and Serie A

Man Utd boss Mourinho: Ronaldo coup great for Juventus and Serie A

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has disagreed with many in England by claiming Manchester City's Raheem Sterling did not have a good World Cup.

While the Croatians ended up losing the final 4-2, Perisic was one of their stars as he scored 3 goals and provided an assist for the runners-up in the tournament.

Spurs seem to be on the cusp of achieving something very special under Pochettino, and the addition of someone with the 29-year-old winger's quality could be just what they need to make the jump up to that elusive next level.

Among the United players to have travelled to Los Angeles are midfielders Juan Mata and Ander Herrera plus defender Antonio Valencia.

On the other hand, Rebic who plays for Eintracht Frankfurt in Germany, has made it onto Mourinho's radar, but could cost the club as much as £44m.

Chelsea have been linked with a stunning swap deal for Martial that would see Willian heading to Old Trafford.

Following a strong World Cup, Pogba's value has only enhanced and for the moment Manchester United are in no mood to sell their most prized asset.

Speaking from the RT studio in Manchester, the Portuguese manager said that losing in the bronze medal match has an even bigger negative effect on the team, which will have to come home with two straight losses.

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