Earlier, NAIJ.com had reported how former Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane is reportedly taking English lessons so as to prepare himself in case Manchester United decide to fire embattled Jose Mourinho.
However, sources close to the club told ESPN FC dismissed talk of an approach to Zidane, who is available after leaving the Bernabeu in the summer, as "nonsense".
Languishing nine points behind leaders City, they now face a battle even to qualify for the lucrative Champions League, a prospect that will give the money men sleepless nights.
Jose Mourinho's side were a complete rabble for much of the match at the London Stadium, where Luke Shaw was the only United player to emerge with any credit, and the betting odds on Mourinho being the next manager sacked have already been cut significantly.
Saturday's loss at West Ham represented a new nadir for the Mourinho era and while Pogba turned down the chance to criticise the result, he once again intimated he is unsettled at United. That's not good enough.
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"Individually and as a team we were terrible". It was not good enough from a Man United team with all the talent we have. Yet after turning to see who was calling his name, Pogba shook his head, laughed and posed a question of his own: "You want me dead?"
United's rocky campaign continued on a negative trajectory at West Ham on Saturday, the home fans taunting them with "Oles" as the Red Devils were well beaten 3-1.
"I thought to play him as a second striker would be easier for him and at the same time I feel we need quality on ball in the building up from the back and Scott McTominay has that quality with the ball".
United were trailing inside the first five minutes of the match and never looked like fighting back, especially with a three-man defence.
The Evening Standard also believe Mourinho is exhausted of Sanchez's spluttering displays, with their report stating Mourinho has been "particularly incensed by the 29-year-old forward for his overall performance levels since the start of the season".
"When a player is captain, I analyse the player by the player perspective, but also by the captain perspective".