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Trending: Ibrahimovic threat over Pogba, De Bruyne out for weeks

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol justifies Jose Mourinho's patience before pulling Wayne Rooney from the starting lineup at Man United.

Here are the latest stories for Monday.

MAN UNITED: Mino Raiola has revealed that Zlatan Ibrahimovic jokingly threatened to "break his legs" if he had allowed Paul Pogba to join any other club besides Manchester United.

- Chris Smalling has backed Manchester United and England's "main man'' Wayne Rooney to start firing again after being dropped by Jose Mourinho.

MAN CITY: Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne is reportedly set to be out for four weeks with the hamstring injury...

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic threatened to break my legs over Pogba deal - Mino Raiola

Jose Mourinho called for Paul Pogba and his Manchester United side to be more consistent in their play.

Mino Raiola has revealed that Zlatan Ibrahimovic jokingly threatened to "break his legs" if he had allowed Paul Pogba to join any other club besides Manchester United.

Raiola who represented both players, along with Henrikh Mkhitaryan, brokered separate deals that took all three stars to United in the summer -- with Pogba's €105 million world record deal the most significant of them all.

"Zlatan told me, 'Do not transfer Pogba elsewhere or I will break your legs'," Raiola told Volkskrant.nl.

 By PA Sport

'Main man' Wayne Rooney will rebound for Man United - Chris Smalling

Jose Mourinho wouldn't delve too deep in his decision to leave Wayne Rooney on the bench.
Paul Pogba netted his first goal for Man United as Jose Mourinho's side eased to a 4-1 win over Leicester.

Chris Smalling has backed Manchester United and England's "main man'' Wayne Rooney to start firing again after being dropped by Jose Mourinho.

Rooney, 30, has been the public eye since breaking onto the scene as a precocious teenager, but the United boss on Friday said that the forward appeared to have been taken aback by this season's scrutiny and criticism.

Mourinho went as far as to say Rooney had been damaged by over-the-top criticism in the aftermath of England's World Cup qualifier in Slovakia...

Juan Mata: Manchester United are better at set pieces this season

Jose Mourinho called for Paul Pogba and his Manchester United side to be more consistent in their play.

Juan Mata has admitted Manchester United lacked aerial threat last season but have rectified the problem with their summer signings.

Paul Pogba found the back of the net for United for the first time in the 4-1 win over Leicester City on Saturday -- one of three Red Devils goals coming from corners.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic, meanwhile, has already been a handful in the air for teams this season and has scored two headers for United since arriving in the summer.

"We have always worked on corners," Mata...