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Ronaldo To Manchester United Is 'Mission Impossible' Says Jose Mourinho

17 Juillet 2017

"Wayne Rooney made me support Manchester United and now I don't know what to do because he has gone back to Everton", she said.

Mourinho said the game had been "an awesome training exercise".

"The improvements are in relation to four hours of work so I couldn't expect much better, it's something we have to keep working on in case during the season we decide to play three at the back".

"There was a space of time for everybody to think, to feel, to decide and from his point of view he made the decision of wanting to play football still at the highest level, didn't want to hide behind such an awesome injury". It would be easy for him to hide behind such an unbelievable injury and say it is time to play at a different level.

LA Galaxy manager Curt Onalfo revealed to reporters that he could not comment on the move because it is not within his right to comment on a player that has not signed for them.

As of now, Ibrahimovic is recovering at Manchester United's Aon Carrington Training Complex.

£75m striker Romelu Lukaku will undoubtedly be the first choice.

Bradley-West declared his allegiances to THE Red Devils by donning an away shirt and was also given the chance to hold the Europa League trophy, which the Old Trafford side claimed last season. The team and staff are reportedly split between the five-star Montage hotel in Beverly Hills - where rooms start at more than $800 a night - and the equally plush Beverly Wilshire.

To Mourinho's credit, he thanked Galaxy's players for the match and pointed out that Man United's opponents weren't interested in the result. We all help each other when there are hard times like this. You can't really explain to people unless you go through it. "They can have a social life".

Jose Mourinho would have anticipated plenty of questions on his transfer plans when he addressed the media following Manchester United's first preseason game.

Those allegations were denied in a statement by Ronaldo's management company and the Portuguese was believed to have told those close to him he wanted to quit both the club and Spain.

"We try to adapt as fast as possible".