Dier claim has not harmed friendship: Mourinho

Manchester United v Tottenham Pochettino measuring up well to old elite

The Belgian worldwide - now sidelined with a knee problem - will see his current deal at Old Trafford expire at the end of the season - thus giving him the option to speak to other clubs once the January transfer window opens.

That would seem to suit United, who now face taking a major financial hit unless Shaw is able to play his way back to the type of form which saw England come calling before a succession on injuries, including a broken leg, halted his progression at the Theatre of Dreams.

Luke Shaw has struggled for regular playing time since joining Manchester United.

"You can read in my book how he is, for me, one of the best managers in the world - admired like [Pep] Guardiola". He's one of the guys I've known for many years and we've always had a very good relationship.

'I don't know if it is Mauricio's words, I don't know if it is his ghostwriter.

"I think with Southampton he achieved the impossible".


Danny Rose, meanwhile, has just recently returned to first-team action for Tottenham, having been out of action since January with a knee problem.

'He used to call me his son.

"That is in the past and I don't like to speak about my book because we write the book during different circumstances than today", Pochettino said. "The way I want the game to be played?" So to lose again, I think it is going to happen.

Shaw has been on the sidelines under Jose Mourinho for almost a year.

Mourinho has a contract at United until 2019 and ESPN reports that discussions have taken place about extending his deal, but the 54-year-old has gone on record to say he does not believe he will end his career at Old Trafford.

Jose Mourinho was asked about Luke Shaw's future and had no interest, instead offering an opinion about the contract stand-off with Marouane Fellaini.

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