Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has been charged by the Football Association for abusive language following his side's Premier League win over Newcastle United this month, English soccer's governing body said on Tuesday (Oct 16).
The former Old Trafford midfielder offered a blunt assessment of the state of the club where he also said Alexis Sanchez is too "selfish", insisted he is scared they will lose players like Anthony Martial who will go on to prove themselves elsewhere, and that the players might be underperforming to get manager Jose Mourinho sacked.
"As a player at United the expectation is there, the scrutiny is there and nowadays every little move you make people jump on it and judge it", he told Sky Sports' In The Pink podcast. "It's definitely not the case".
"I saw him as a bit selfish, someone who played for himself sometimes".
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"He's been fantastic with me".
Shaw withdrew from the England squad last Monday ahead of their Nations League games with Croatia and Spain and he's now facing a race against time to prove his fitness before Saturday's huge trip to west London. But at the same time, I'm there to do a job and there's a responsibility there.
Maurizio Sarri couldn't have asked for a much smoother start to his tenure at Stamford Bridge.
Scoring his first goal as a professional footballer during Manchester United's Premier League opener against Leicester City, Luke Shaw has been one of the few bright sparks in what has been a disappointing season for United thus far.