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Trending: Mourinho open to selling Rooney


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Trending: Jose Mourinho open to selling Man United's Wayne Rooney

Craig Burley starts steaming up at the wretched state Jose Mourinho and Manchester United currently find themselves in.
Jose Mourinho refused to comment on Martin Atkinson's decision regarding David Luiz's high challenge.
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Despite recent criticism of Wayne Rooney, Jurgen Klopp is not downplaying his ability.

Here are the latest stories for Tuesday.

MAN UNITED: Jose Mourinho is open to selling Wayne Rooney, sources have told ESPN FC, as the Manchester United manager plans to continue an overhaul of the squad in the wake of a chaotic start to the season.

Mourinho has warned his players there is "no way to hide" and challenged them to show they are "men'' by recovering from the 4-0 humiliation at Chelsea by beating Manchester City in the EFL Cup.

- Mourinho can appear to seek "war not football"...

Wayne Rooney exit rumours: MLS, Everton could suit fallen United star

The ESPN FC crew discuss what's next for Wayne Rooney in light of his declining form and stature.

Wayne Rooney's Manchester United future is in by doubt after sources told ESPN FC Jose Mourinho is open to selling him.

What are his options? Here is a look at where the 31-year-old forward could end up should he move on.


Heavy sums are being invested in the Chinese Super League so Rooney could expect to rake in huge wages and commercial deals should he move to the Far East. Rooney is already much-loved in China, where there are more United fans than anywhere else in the world, according...

Mourinho mistakes: Failure to sign another centre-back and derby misery

The ESPN FC crew discuss who is to blame for Manchester United's difficulties under Jose Mourinho.

After Manchester United had beaten Hull City 1-0 on Aug. 27 with Marcus Rashford's late winner making it four competitive wins from four in the Jose Mourinho era, the Portuguese was prepared to make a bold statement.

"Today they showed we want to be champions. We don't want to start well. We want to finish well," Mourinho said.

But United lost their next game 2-1 to Manchester City and since then, they haven't been right. They have only won one league match since the victory over Hull, the 4-1 thrashing...

 By Andy Mitten

Jose Mourinho and Man United players should share blame for woeful form

Man United were torn apart by Chelsea, with a host of defensive errors, the FC panel address where the real issues lie.

During his first days with his players as Manchester United manager in July, Jose Mourinho told them he was a terrible loser who wasn't much fun to be around when the team weren't winning. They took that as a sign that he was a man who would win at all costs. Now they're seeing just how moody their manager can be as he gets to grips with his new job.

The players don"t need to be "Einsteins" to decipher his mood swings as United's form has dipped recently, with Sunday's 4-0 defeat at Stamford...

Jose Mourinho under pressure, Barca's gritty win, young Milan stun Juventus

Man United were torn apart by Chelsea, with a host of defensive errors, the FC panel address where the real issues lie.

Jose Mourinho is right. Games start at 0-0. Manchester United's trip to Stamford Bridge effectively began with Chelsea a goal up, a function of some absurd collective defending from David De Gea, Chris Smalling and Daley Blind. (For De Gea, such a mental error was hugely uncharacteristic. For the other two, not so much.) Implied in this is that United had to chase the game, and that's always hard to do away from home, especially when Chelsea could then sit back, defend and counter.

It's a nice...

 By Chris Wright

Manchester United legend Gary Neville pokes fun at Liverpool

His stance may have softened over the past few years, but Gary Neville is still a fervent Manchester United fan and, as such, will gleefully take an opportunity to make fun of all things Liverpool.

Having snapped a photo behind the scenes at Anfield while providing commentary on the match between Jurgen Klopp's men and his old side on Monday evening, Neville duly took great delight in helping the Reds out with their grammar in a pithy caption later posted on Twitter.