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Trending: Mourinho open to selling Rooney


Happy world pasta day from Wanyama

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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

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.
City may be better off with a pile of stones in defence and Mourinho still knows how to motivate Chelsea in The Sweeper.
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"...

 By Chris Wright

Tottenham and Victor Wanyama celebrate world pasta day

Unlikely as it seems, It is entirely thanks to Victor Wanyama that we are able to pinpoint the precise moment that social media peaked.

Indeed, that exact point came on May 7 2012, when the then-Southampton midfielder achieved true immortality by sending his magnum opus out into the public sphere.

It's as profound as it is simple. He had some spaghetti ... and he enjoyed it.

And so, four years on...

Premier League spending culture hindering youth development - Poch

Mauricio Pochettino recognises the tough Liverpool task ahead and plans on making the necessary changes.

LONDON -- Mauricio Pochettino believes Tottenham teenager Marcus Edwards would be recognised as one of the best young players in the world if he was playing in South America, and has blamed Premier League clubs' mistrust of youth on English football's spending culture.

Edwards, the 17-year-old England youth international, made his Tottenham debut in the EFL Cup against Gillingham last month but he has been ruled out of Tuesday's fourth-round match at Liverpool with an ankle injury.

While Edwards...