Carrick has missed the bulk of this season with a heart problem MARTIN RICKETT/PAMichael Carrick has accepted José Mourinho’s offer to join his backroom staff at Manchester United. The United manager expects the 36-year-old to assume the role of first-team coach next season. Mourinho appointed Carrick as United captain after the sale of Wayne Rooney to Everton last summer, but he has started only one game this season due to a heart problem.
City dropped their interest in Sánchez on Monday as they felt his huge wage demands could destablise the dressing room John Walton/EMPICS SportPep Guardiola has defended Manchester City’s decision to pull out of the running for Alexis Sánchez, claiming that the club’s financial stability would have been put in jeopardy had they given in to the Chilean’s wage demands. Sánchez’s transfer to Manchester United appeared to be edging closer last night.
Sánchez is in line to become comfortably the biggest earner at United CATHERINE IVILL/GETTY IMAGESJosé Mourinho is pushing Manchester United to sign Alexis Sánchez in time for him to make his debut against Burnley on Saturday in a deal in which the Arsenal attacker would earn up to £450,000 a week. United and the Chilean are in talks over a contract that would make him the best-paid player in English football, and one of the highest-earning anywhere in the world.
@saras_44 five matches in a row, the last of which was five days ago. Young has played well this season, but don't necessarily think that should mean he walks straight back into the team, especially after a suspension
@AntonyStott 5 games, and he's played well in all of them. Just find it a peculiar thing for José to praise him so highly and them drop him straight away... Young has played well this season, but don't agree on the idea that he should just walk straight back into team
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