Decorated Carrick makes immediate switch to coaching role at Man Utd

Decorated Carrick makes immediate switch to coaching role at Man Utd

"If that moment arrives, I will be a very proud guy because this man came to me when he was a kid 17 years ago".

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is reportedly looking to axe four stars in order to fund a £150 million (R2.49 billion) spending spree in the next few months. Juve are prepared to let Sandro leave this summer, but will demand £55m for the 27-year-old, while Shaw is attracting interest from Tottenham Hotspur and Everton.

And it was Rashford who was the match-winner yesterday after Juan Mata squared him the ball following a sumptuous pass from Michael Carrick.

The Telegraph reports that Faria, Jose Mourinho's long-time assistant manager, could be in line to take over at the two-time European champions for what would be his first role in senior management. It is an unbelievable opportunity. "He'll teach me some things and we're going to have some success in the near future, I'm certain of that". Current Spurs midfielders Mousa Dembélé and Victor Wanyama could be sold to help fund a move for one of the most sought-after players in Europe.

"If you want to be negative, you can be negative until the point that you can say that Scott McTominay is not good enough", said Mourinho.
I look forward to working with him.

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"I have a lot of memories to cherish, some I'll never forget, especially of this place".

While Carrick might be hanging up his boots, his United team-mates still have the FA Cup final against Chelsea to prepare for. He already has no doubt he will be able to call on Carrick's expertise when it comes to identifying new players, particularly in his old midfield role. "It's the greatest club in the world and I thank you for your support over the last 12 years".

Should Vitoria get the chop, Faria would be seriously considered for the vacancy at the club, having confirmed his intention to amicably end his 17-year association with Mourinho.

"He's injured", he said.

Watford: Gomes, Janmaat, Cathcart, Kabasele (Mariappa, 20 mins), Holebas, Doucouré, Hughes, Deulofeu (Deeney, 63 mins), Pereyra, Richarlison, Gray (Chalobah, 72 mins).