Jose Mourinho: Mkhitaryan 'disappeared' during last games

Jose Mourinho: Mkhitaryan 'disappeared' during last games

Jose Mourinho: Mkhitaryan 'disappeared' during last games

"No, because a team that plays the way we play so many times, I think we should score more goals than we do", he said.

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has stated that returning striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is still not ready to start after overcoming a long-term injury.

The 28-year-old began the current season with a bang as well, with five assists in the first three games.

"We play amazingly well in the first half against Basel and we lost so the most important thing are the points".

"He knows that my coaching staff has the chair for him if he wants".

"He finishes his contract, he has the right to decide his future, and I respect the board because the decisions and the discussions are under their control".

If Manchester United no longer want Mkhitryan, Dortmund could make an offer for him during the January transfer window.

Asked about José Mourinho, Rojo spoke a little about their relationship: "He's always happy, close to the players, he's a very happy person, he helped me a lot, he got the best out of me".

"[They are] ninth in the table, good team, hard to beat, don't concede many goals, a mixture of physicality, aggression with also quality and creativity", Mourninho said.

"For many weeks, the question was - why do they not play together?"

"In this moment, we have Pogba, Marouane Fellaini, Ander Herrera, Nemanja Matic and Scott McTominay".

The full-back's strike took a huge deflection off Lewis Dunk, spooning over Mat Ryan and giving Mourinho's side a slender victory at Old Trafford.

The lone goal came following a Marcus Rashford corner, which Chris Hughton argued should have been a goal-kick due to an apparent touch from Romelu Lukaku.

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