Mourinho and Pogba hit out at each other in latest bust up

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According to reports from French news outlet L'Equipe, former Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has his eyes set on the Manchester United job, amid reports of unrest between current boss Jose Mourinho and the club hierarchy.

It's Jose Mourinho's third season in charge of the Old Trafford side and many know what that means, as while the Portuguese global is among the best managers in the world, he has struggled to stay at any club longer than three years, with a few exceptions.

"I think we will have the same players (as against Leicester City in the opener)", Mourinho said.

The start to Manchester United's season - their third under Mourinho - has been dominated by Pogba and Mourinho's feud.

With Eden Hazard returning the starting line-up, I see the Blues edging this one, probably 1-0. It is the latest problem between two men who have grown increasingly distant in the past year. "I had a very handsome time [at United] and had many nice moments there".

"I think good three points, good victory, tomorrow morning training and free Sunday deserved".

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Blind left United last summer. The best players are needed and the club maintain the squad is strong enough to challenge for the Premier League title.

"I develop the scouting team and its structure".

Pogba shirts are by far the biggest seller among United fans, followed by those bearing the names of Alexis Sanchez, Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard, with Romelu Lukaku and David De Gea a long way behind.

Mourinho has, however, steadied the ship in Manchester, having won the EFL Cup and the Europa League in his first two seasons with the club. United's manager is said to have berated Pogba during a heated 20-minute meeting in his office.

Players will always be tempted, just as they are to join United.

The question remains: who would take over at Old Trafford?Well, one man in particular has been linked with the post and today's reports have only added more fuel to the fire.

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