Man Utd boss Jose Mourinho explains heated touchline argument with Paul Pogba

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Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho told Marouane Fellaini to "sign the contract and shut up" as the injured midfielder nears the end of his deal.

According to the Manchester Evening News, Pochettino is considered a "long-term" managerial target at Old Trafford, someone who may in time take over from Mourinho and build the legacy that United have craved since Sir Alex Ferguson retired in 2013. "I told him: 'Don't gamble too much". Fellaini's deal ends on 1 July and the 30-year-old wants a sizeable increase on a salary thought to be around £120,000 a week.

"I told him yesterday: 'Sign the contract and shut up, '" said Mourinho.

Mourinho caused a stir when he substituted Fellaini during the Tottenham defeat just seven minutes after calling on him from the bench.

Vidal's contract at Bayern runs until 2019 and the summer may well be the last chance Bayern have to get a return on the player they paid up to €40million for when he signed from Juventus in July 2015. "Two, three, four or five, I can not say at the moment".

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"The game is important because we need points to be the first of the last".

Mourinho is unsure exactly how long he will be without Fellaini, who has made 12 Premier League appearances this season. "They [Chelsea] won two titles in a row, the second title was easier than the first and then the biggest manager in the Premier League said Man Utd needed to improve a lot". He felt that moment as a click for the improvement of the team. With Zinedine Zidane enduring a hard season at Real Madrid, many reports have linked the Argentine with becoming the next manager at the Bernabeu. Try to finish second.

"In midfield Michael Carrick will not be No 16, he will have "MC" on his shirt next season, so we lose a player".

The Belgium global is out of contract at the end of the season and Mourinho, in lighthearted fashion, said he had told the midfielder to sign a new deal.