Gossip: Man United tell Jose Mourinho to forget ‘quick fixes’ in transfer market

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After being left frustrated by a lack of deadline-day activity, Jose Mourinho has reportedly been told there will be no more “quick fixes”, and that Manchester United need to become more like Manchester City in the transfer market. The Daily Mirror claims the United board have warned he must stop demanding over-priced older players to fill gaps, and instead focus on working with the club’s young talent and develop youth players.

Paul Pogba
Jose Mourinho is said to be concerned by Paul Pogba’s agent (Owen Humphreys/PA)

With the European transfer window remaining open until the end of August, Tottenham’s Danny Rose is said to be holding out for a move to Paris St Germain rather than joining German club Schalke. According to the Sun, PSG are after a first-choice left-back, and remain Rose’s favoured option over last season’s Bundesliga runners-up, who approached Spurs over a potential loan move earlier this week.

Danny Rose
Danny Rose is dreaming of a switch to Paris St Germain, according to reports (Adam Davy/PA)

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Leonardo Ulloa: The 32-year-old striker is set to leave Leicester after four years at the club, according to the Leicester Mercury. The paper says Ulloa has signed a permanent deal with an unnamed Mexican club, but City has yet to confirm the departure.

Leicester City’s Leonardo Ulloa
Leicester City’s Leonardo Ulloa is said to be moving to Mexico (Nick Potts/PA)

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