Published: Mon, September 10, 2018
Sport | By Ashley Hunter

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Despite starting all four Premier League games so far this season, the France international's relationship with Mourinho remains the subject of speculation.

Sources have told ESPN FC that United will look to appoint a technical director to bridge the gap between Woodward and Mourinho but Van der Sar, who played at Old Trafford from 2005 and 2011, says he is happy in his current role as CEO at first club Ajax.

Whether the end game is created to deliver a lucrative new contract at United to take him beyond Alexis Sanchez, who is doing little to justify his £400,000-a-week salary as the club's highest earner, or secure a big money move elsewhere remains to be seen, but when the time comes for United to make a decision, it won't be Mourinho's to make.

At the moment though Mourinho is still the Manchester United manager and even if he were sacked there's a different Frenchman who's favourite for the job. Ajax is my club and I would like to stay longer.

According to Manchester Evening News, Eric said to the Mail on Sunday: "I would like to coach and if they called me I would go".

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But the way they play?

Terry also suggested United players are not fully committed to Mourinho's managerial philosophy. "No fun, no creativity".

"It wouldn't have happened 20 years ago, because players were there just to play football and we knew where we stood".

Speaking earlier this week, Pogba said: "We have a pure coach-player relationship, that's right". All felt loved. He was always praising.

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