Mourinho 'surprised' by intelligent Herrera after Huddersfield admission

Posted October 29, 2017

According to M.E.N's Samuel Luckhurst, Mourinho has lost faith in Shaw and has started to search for a replacement, while Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino has expressed an interest in working with the Englishman once again.

After Man United's loss at Huddersfield, Alejandro Moreno blasts Jose Mourinho's constant changes to his system.

Yet the fourth away game on the trot ended on a high, with a very mature and professional performance against Swansea City in the Carabao Cup for a 2-0 routine victory.

Mauricio Pochettino lamented the error that saw his side leave Old Trafford with no points, but won't dwell on it as Tottenham look ahead to Wednesday's visit of Real Madrid.

'So contrary to some imaginary sources that tell you everything we do here, I can promise you that since that match I didn't speak one single second about the match, because [there's] no need'.

The injured midfielder has become a key figure for Mourinho, but his contract expires at the end of the season and the extension clause has already been triggered. The Spanish playmaker said that Huddersfield players were more passionate on the field which angered Jose Mourinho.

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"To lose again, I think it is going to happen".

And, as per multiple outlets in England today, the Spurs star may soon get his wish of a sky-high wage-slip, with rumours intensifying that his club and Manchester United could engage in negotiations over a swap deal between he and Luke Shaw.

Shaw, however, paints a different picture of his relationship with Pochettino.

"I just have a very good relationship with him".

"For me, he is the best manager in the world and the manager I admire the most, like Guardiola", added Pochettino. He'd show me clips of my games and say, "You should do this better". Not I could have done better, but I should have done better, because he knows I can be better'.

So, the wily Manchester United manager made sure no one would ask him the question.