Mourinho wants to see Pogba's World Cup focus at United

Mourinho wants to see Pogba's World Cup focus at United

Manchester United have wobbled during the pre-season so far and some fans are questioning Jose Mourinho.

United will warm-up for the new season by competing in the International Champions Cup, starting on Wednesday with a game against AC Milan just outside Los Angeles, where Mourinho will be without many of his usual first-choice players.

Pogba shone brightly throughout the tournament in Russian Federation as France went all the way, which left many United fans wondering why he has been so underwhelming since his return to Old Trafford.

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Jose Mourinho will be eager to see United kick into gear following draws against Club America and San Jose Earthquakes in the first two games of their USA tour.

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At the end of last season, Carrick called time on a 19-year senior career in which he represented West Ham United, Tottenham Hotspur and United, playing a career total of 706 games. How Mourinho would react to the club going against his wishes is unclear, though it would be no surprise if the 55-year-old voiced disquiet.

Mourinho has plenty of talent at his disposal though, with a cluster of youngsters having the opportunity to make an impression ahead of the oncoming season too.

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"It's a team who grind out results rather than really impress you - and that's probably what he is happy with, that's where he has been at his best all over the years".

"I think sometimes it is hard to get to know him as a person, as a character because of the way he is".

"Now we know what's in front of us and we're going to keep getting more players back through this tour and when we get back as well".