Jose Mourinho appears to be at the end of his tether with Manchester United’s Anthony Martial, according to reports.
The Frenchman has found himself out of favour under the Portuguese tactician.
And according to The Sun, Mourinho wasn’t impressed with Martial’s attitude following a recent meeting.
Instead, it is believed Marcus Rashford will be given a chance to prove what he can do at left wing.
Juan Mata is convinced David de Gea won’t leave Manchester United.
Real Madrid tried to snatch the goalkeeper in the summer of 2015, but a move fell through on deadline day because of paperwork issues.
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David de Gea has been backed to stay at Old Trafford
David is a veteran here, been here many years. Everyone recognises his contribution to the team
Spanish paper Marca claim Real could renew their interest and make a £55m bid at the end of the season.
But De Gea’s team-mate Mata thinks the shot-stopper is relaxed over his future.
“David is a veteran here already, been here many years," Mata told Spanish radio station Cadena SER.
"Everyone recognises his contribution to the team.
“He is relaxed here, and with too much to think about for the rest of the season, without thinking about the summer."
Henrikh Mkhitaryan has credited Jurgen Klopp with his performances for United.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan is thankful to Jurgen Klopp
Mkhitaryan had a slow start to his Old Trafford career, but has scored twice in his last three appearances for the club.
The Armenian knows Klopp well from their time together at Borussia Dortmund and he thinks his guidance then has helped him shine for United.
“I am thankful to Klopp," Mkhitaryan told BBC Sport.
"He worked on my personality and the psychological part.
“Klopp showed me the way. He supported me and told me I had to keep my head up because good things were coming. He helped me to become a player."