Manchester United 'prepare Marko Arnautovic bid'

Manchester United 'prepare Marko Arnautovic bid'

Manchester United 'prepare Marko Arnautovic bid'

As November comes to a close, Manchester United are the only team in the Premier League's top half with a negative goal difference (-1), having conceded 21 goals in 13 matches.

Manchester United want to sign West Ham United forward Marko Arnautovic during the January transfer window, according to a report.

Mourinho, however, has said repeatedly he will not look to keep a player at the club who is unhappy and the 55-year-old hinted he would apply the same thinking to Sanchez.

Zaha is central to Hodgson's team and their season will depend heavily on how successful he is and how often he is available.

"We're talking about Luke Shaw, Martial, Lingard, Rashford - young, big potential, but at the end of the day it results in the word I can not say, but you use it a lot here.character, personality, they lack a little".

"You must play with brain and also with heart and I think not enough heart". I think that's the way it is.

Manchester United 'prepare Marko Arnautovic bid'

Chris Smalling and Victor Lindelof have been Mourinho's preferred partnership at the back, while Bailly hasn't started a game since he was substituted after 19 minutes of the 3-2 win over Newcastle when United were already 2-0 down. "I always say this is the period of the injuries". When a player is open to it and a player realises he must give more and has to change his nature a little bit and is open, they change.

Still astonished so many people are still so adamant there isn't a manager in world football that couldn't get more out of this current MUFC squad than Jose Mourinho - (@EWHK70)Manchester United's 0-0 draw with Palace earns them the graveyard spot on Match of the Day. Victor, in the building up, is better than Chris so we found this balance and I again repeat they are not flawless, nobody is ideal but that couple is performing quite well.

"But I was with Roberto on the phone. trying to understand the problem and evolution of the problem".

"We are working like this".

"I praise them. They were defensively very well organised, the goalkeeper made a couple of fantastic saves".

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