Scholes: I never saw 'selfish' Sanchez as a Manchester United player

Silvia Morton
October 19, 2018

The Blues have made a surprise start to the Premier League season despite Maurizio Sarri's delayed appointment as Antonio Conte's successor in the summer.

Arsenal hero David Seaman has criticised Paul Scholes over his constant sniping at Manchester United.

Speaking ahead of Saturday's big Premier League clash at Stamford Bridge (12.30pm kick-off), here's what Scholes had to say in his interview with ESPN's Andy Mitten...

"But I think he will turn it around and he will score goals and excite the crowd". Now it's just a moaning Jose, which frustrates you. "He's been given fortunes to spend and he's bought a lot of these players".

United boss Mourinho has come under fire but some of the harshest remarks have been reserved for the players and that is causing major resentment within the squad.

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"I think I knew how important this season was going to be, especially the start of it coming in the previous year of (my contract)", he said. "I have a very good relationship with him, with the players. It's about getting the balance right and then we'll see the best of him".

A dramatic fightback from 2-0 down to beat Newcastle 3-2 before a two-week worldwide break offered Mourinho a stay of execution, but the pressure is still on the Portuguese to close a seven-point gap on Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool at the top of the table. How would we be able to get rid of him now when he earns those wages? "I feel like we could sign Lionel Messi at the moment and he'd struggle in this team".

The 25-year-old midfielder was heavily linked with the Spanish giants in the latest transfer window, following a fantastic showing at the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

United supporters have been delighted to see him back to his marauding best, committing to attack s and as solid as ever in defence, and even popping up with his first league goal for the club. I don't think his play outside of the box is good enough. "But I worked hard, I wanted to be here and I wanted to make sure my future was here to help this club".

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