Luke Shaw hoping to play under Spurs' Mauricio Pochettino once again

Luke Shaw hoping to play under Spurs' Mauricio Pochettino once again

Luke Shaw hoping to play under Spurs' Mauricio Pochettino once again

Mourinho, the Manchester United manager, claimed at his pre-match press conference on Friday that despite being linked with a £50 million for Dier during the summer transfer window, eventual recruit Nemanja Matic was always his preferred target.

The 24-year-old will not feature against United as Tottenham look to address a recent poor record at Old Trafford and leapfrog Jose Mourinho's side in the Premier League table.

"We saw the game they played with Real Madrid and they were not worse than them". I do hope that I can play for him again one day.

In the epilogue of Spanish pundit Guillem Balague's new book "Brave New World: Inside Pochettino's Spurs", the 22-year-old hailed his fantastic relationship with the Argentine and reckoned Pochettino would like to work with him again as well.

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Jose Mourinho headed off questions about Harry Kane's absence from Saturday's Premier League showdown between Manchester United and Tottenham.

"We are a team who want to compete, who are competing and then the results are the results".

However a double from Andre Ayew restored parity for West Ham before Angelo Ogbonna headed home the victor to end Tottenham's chances of adding to their four League Cup titles, the last of which came in 2008.

Asked if Shaw has a future at United, Mourinho said: "Why not?"

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"I don't like to speak about my book because it is in the past".

"The book only tried to show how hard it is for every manager, not only me".

"We'll defend him as a team but with United, it's not just about Romelu, they have a number of very good players. I am not ideal, I am human too". "He needs two, three, four, five or six matches in a row to play, to make mistakes, to get condition, to get match fitness and I can not give him that". "But we got the player I really wanted".

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