Jose Mourinho hits out at four national teams over Manchester United injuries

Jose Mourinho hits out at four national teams over Manchester United injuries

Jose Mourinho hits out at four national teams over Manchester United injuries

It has now reached the stage where even one of the world's most respected coaches, Jose Mourinho, who saw his Manchester United side fall to a home defeat against Juventus on Tuesday night, is admitting that his side are lagging behind Pep Guardiola's City.

All four players missed last Saturday's draw at Chelsea and Tuesday's Champions League defeat against Juventus having returned to the club carrying problems.

Asked if it was not an option he would consider, the Portuguese again replied: "No".

"Or we play with the players that we did or we decide to give a rest to Lukaku, then [Marcus] Rashford, who plays as a winger?"

"Yes [with the best players]. The solution now is to play the players we have".

"One day he will score and one day his confidence levels will be back to normal, which clearly they are not [at the moment] but I always feel that".

Manchester United have been strongly linked with a sensational return of Swedish superstar Zlatan Ibrahimovic amidst the current struggles of Romelu Lukaku and manager Jose Mourinho has now officially addressed the media rumours.

'Then he came back and was injured again and he is the kind of player that needs to be really really sharp'.

Another player suffering from injury is Alexis Sanchez.

"All of them national team".

"He arrived January, in the first period of the season for him".

Jose Mourinho has provided an update on the midfielder and while he's admitted the injury has proven more hard to overcome than first anticipated, the United boss says Lingard is edging closer to full fitness.

Ahead of Everton's visit to Old Trafford, Berbatov was confident that United had the tools to bounce back. In this moment, he's nearly there because of the team's needs.

Here are three things we learnt from the match.

"That's the question we have to answer tomorrow, or wait one more week".

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