Jose Mourinho: Alexis Sanchez has not been good enough for Manchester United


'I think the hierarchy and the people who run the club, people like Ed Woodward, are having conversations at that level as to where they go from here.

And according to the Daily Star, Mourinho gave the short answer of "options, only options", when asked why the star was left out, suggesting he has fallen down the pecking order.

Approached by reporters for a chat in the mixed zone in the aftermath of Saturday's defeat to West Ham, Pogba replied, "You want me dead?"

But Pogba did not hold back in his apparent criticism of United's tactics in a tame draw against Wolverhampton Wanderers at Old Trafford, saying the team should "attack, attack, attack" at home in what was widely regarded as a barb at Mourinho's gameplan. It's hard to take.

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That the Chilean was deemed not good enough to make Jose Mourinho's 18-man squad for such a shambolic display at the London Stadium speaks volumes for Sanchez's slide since joining United in January. You look at our team and we had a very strong team. But the move which is costing them a basic salary of £391,000-a-week now appears an expensive mistake with Mourinho plotting to offload the 29 year-old.Many agree that Arsenal are struggling in the wide areas at the moment. I think individually and as a team we were terrible. That's not good enough.

Matic added: "When you play for Manchester United everyone expects you win the games".

At the end of an eventful week during which Mourinho told Pogba that he would never captain United again and shared a frosty exchange with the £89m midfielder during training, it felt like a time to close ranks.

They welcome Valencia in the Champions League on Tuesday and then host Newcastle United in the Premier League in what could be a huge week for the club. It was very poor from us. Now the Brazil worldwide has an admirer again at Stamford Bridge since Maurizio Sarri replaced Conte in the off-season, helping the London club start the league by going seven games unbeaten. "They are bouncing all over the place with no plan!"