Jose Mourinho Ends 'Difficult Week' With Bizarrely Brief Press Conference

Jose Mourinho Ends 'Difficult Week' With Bizarrely Brief Press Conference

Mourinho obviously isn't happy with media reports suggesting he and Pogba have fallen out and that there is a rift between himself and Woodward, so he isn't playing ball.

Pushed on whether their relationship was fine, he responded: "Of course".

As aforesaid, the Seagulls upset Manchester United. "I don't know 10% of what is written or what is coming on the TV screens so I'm not the right one to ask", he said.

"I think he will leave the players because what he needs now is get them right for a week on Monday, a big game against Tottenham, and it is only the second game of the season".

The former Real Madrid coach also refused to comment on Pochettino's team.

Pressed on the problems in the background at United, a moody Mourinho said: 'Yeah, but don't ask me because I don't read it.

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Jose Mourinho held a tense four-minute press conference ahead of Manchester United's clash with Tottenham on Monday night in the Premier League. The team, despite targetting Toby Alderweireld and Harry Maguire, failed to add any solid additions to their central defense, which has come under wide scrutiny.

After beginning their campaign with an unconvincing 2-1 victory at home to Leicester City, United were stunned at Amex Stadium last Sunday when they went down 3-2 to Brighton and Hove Albion. It is also reported that fans are planning to fly protest banners against Ed Woodward's policies.

When it was put to Mourinho that it has been a hard week following the defeat on the South Coast, he said: 'No.

"It's a worry but it's only the second game of the season so it's not terminal".

How much they are willing to spend on Alderweireld remains to be seen, but this does seem to be a vote of confidence for the United boss after a tricky summer and start to the new season.

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