Manchester United's new interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will have £50million to spend in the winter window and fix their season, the Mirror reports. "Jose gave me the chance to play for the best team in the world and I only have gratitude for him".
The Champions League victor had an unhappy stint in charge of Cardiff City, but Solskjaer has established a promising reputation during his time at Norwegian club Molde. To be a successful club you need to have everything right.
United are a shadow of their former glorious selves and sit 11 points outside the top four spots.
'We are a truly United team.
"[Paul] is a World Cup victor". "Paul is a terrific lad and when I had him as a kid, he was always there, the happy-go-lucky lad".
He said: "I think the players obviously get away with murder".More news: Matt Kemp, Yasiel Puig & Alex Wood Traded To Reds
Pogba quickly deleted a controversial social media post of him smiling after manager Mourinho was sacked. "He's no different to anyone else in that respect".
"He continued: "'I suppose you could say I'm a bit old school.
"People say Mourinho's been falling out with players; you would fall out with players when they turn up overweight or they aren't training properly and aren't producing".
The Red Devils star has failed to replicate his form from his Arsenal days, but he could kick-start his career under new caretaker manager. Football has evolved. Of course, and the gaffer (Sir Alex Ferguson) was in charge of more or less the whole club.
Now it is Solskjaer's job to enforce discipline, and he feels power within a dressing room still rests with the manager, not his players. The structure of a club has developed. He picks the team, he picks the tactics, the strategy, the philosophy is in these walls.
"I know the game has changed a little bit, but the players do get away with murder and it's really frustrating".