known of his intolerance, Jose Mourinho expects all his players to do according to his dictates and if they don’t, they may not get into his team regardless of how pundits and fans alike rates them.
England international Luke Shaw currently has not place in the team of Manchester United, and reports have claimed that Jose Mourinho will put him up for sale in January.
Shaw, 23, returned from a long injury lay-off this season and despite returning to full fitness, he has struggled to get regular game time. He has featured twice for the Red Devils this term and both of his cameos have come in the Carabao Cup.
The left back revealed earlier this month that he would fancy working with his former boss now Tottenham Mauricio Pochettino and he has also been linked with a move to Arsenal and Chelsea.
Shaw will be out of contract at the end of this season and United are willing to accept a bid for him in the region of £20m(€23), reports the Times.
United triggered the extension clause of the player until 2019 but instead of sending him out on a loan in January, they will offload him permanently and try to sign Danny Rose from Tottenham.
Jose Mourinho has played a makeshift defender in Shaw’s stead despite having other options. The report further stated that Mourinho has told Shaw that he cannot get into his team.
Shaw joined Manchester United in the summer of 2014 from Southampton in a £30m deal but injuries have been his major undoing.