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0:35                                            Louis Saha feels ego is causing issues at Manchester United but believes the situation can be resolved

0:35 Louis Saha feels ego is causing issues at Manchester United but believes the situation can be resolved

The enigmatic 37-year-old Swedish marksman previously worked under Mourinho at Serie A giants Inter Milan before reuniting with him in Manchester in 2016.

Under him, United have won 79 of those contests - including last weekend's stunning 3-2 comeback against Newcastle United - giving him a 60% win percentage, while also losing 25 times. "For us, it was the best trophy you can win as a footballer. I was the go-between you could say". You should be like "I should score, score, score".

"It really pleased me to hear Adil say that", Pogba told AFP.

Saha added that he has been disturbed by some of the exchanges that have taken place at his former club but that he hopes that lingering issues will be resolved at Old Trafford. 'It's hard to set out on a kind of given pathway.

"If you ask me now, then managing is something that interests and kind of the long game, or the end goal at some point, it's something that I would like to get to". I like to read good articles and a passionate football fan.

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"Learning but at the same time I am there to do a job and I am there to do a job for a reason, and I'm well aware that I am not there just on a learning curve".

It has been claimed Mourinho wants the board to show him they are fully behind him by allowing him to make a signing in the next transfer window.

The ex-Tottenham and West Ham player is not the first United star to get a chance to coach at the club he loves - a bond that is plain to see in his upcoming autobiography "Between the Lines". "Whether it be "Grizou" [Antoine Griezmann], Kylian [Mbappe] or Raph [Varane], they deserve it a lot more than me". Other lads have gone straight into management. "This is his third year, the players know more and more the way he wants to play and how he wants it - so I believe, yes".

"And I feel the team is good - it's progressing, becoming better".

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