Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho eager to keep Matteo Darmian

Nov 20, 2018, 01:52
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho eager to keep Matteo Darmian

"Secondly - and probably as important - the player would know, so I would say if Declan had thoughts about who he was going to play for, I think that would have reared its head at that particular time".

"Most of the academy lads are maybe looking up to me and thinking, 'That's where I want to go next, ' " Rice told the official Premier League website.

English Premier League football club Manchester United stuck to its full-year forecast for revenue and core earnings, even as it posted a drop in first-quarter revenue, partly due to playing fewer home games early in the season.

"If you close it to a point where you are putting pressure on the leaders, it can make them look back and think "oh, they are on a great run".

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Too many players are considered to have underachieved, with United relying on individual form rather than collective harmony to deliver positive results.

The 23-year-old does not believe he got a fair chance under Mourinho and is adamant he had the talent to stay at Old Trafford.

Under Mourinho, dysfunction and controversy has ravaged the United dressing room, and despite significant investment, quality performances on the pitch have failed to materialise.

"You have got players like [Anthony] Martial, Pogba, [Marcus] Rashford and Lukaku".

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United revenue of £135 million ($172 million) for what is termed the first quarter of 2019 was down from £143.7 million in the same period previous year.

Rice, who earns about £3,000 per week now (Evening Standard), recently rejected an offer of £15,000 per week plus £20,000 for every Premier League start and a salary rise after every 15 Premier League games.

Valencia has missed the last seven games while Dalot, a summer signing from Porto, hasn't featured since the Carabao Cup defeat to Derby in September.

Two of the biggest London clubs Tottenham and Arsenal are also queuing up for a possible move for struggling defender.

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Pellegrini was on the books at Roma from the age of nine, although he left in 2015 after just one first team appearance.