Zinedine Zidane agent casts doubt over Manchester United move


"And the players have to take their share of the blame because they can put the effort in like they did in the second half against Newcastle".

Rafael Benitez has won six of his last nine matches against Manchester United in all competitions (D1 L2), including two wins at Old Trafford in that time (4-1 in March 2009 with Liverpool, 1-0 in May 2013 with Chelsea).

The Red Devils secured a late victory over Newcastle at Old Trafford on Saturday to ease tensions on Mourinho after a turbulent week at the club.

Rondon, on the other hand, has the likes of Joselu and Yoshinori Muto to compete with and has failed to prove his worth in the first few months of his loan from West Brom.

"For me, it's not easy too, but I think life is made of experiences and some are new and some are déjà vu, but this is new".

Three goals in the last 20 minutes by Juan Mata, Anthony Martial, and Alexis Sanchez earned United its first English Premier League win since the opening round, as it rallied from conceding two goals in the first 10 minutes.

Ashley took Benitez and the squad to dinner in Newcastle - for pasta and pizza - on Wednesday in an attempt to establish a better working relationship.

Manchester United's fixture list looks imposing.

Newcastle manager Benitez attempted to pick up his demoralised players in the dressing room after the defeat, which left the club 19th in the Premier League. The three teams who spent more money than anyone.

"We can not upset, because we did so well for a while, and we deserved more". This is the moment we need everybody to get behind the team. I think about how the club is being operated.

"You have to start looking at the people who appoint the managers, the people who are bringing in the players, the people who are sanctioning the deals", he said.

They had just seen substitute Alexis Sanchez score a 90th minute victor, only his fourth goal in 26 games since a January move from Arsenal and his first in the league since March.

Manchester City are ready to continue their efforts to buy every player in the world after they turned their attention to Lyon midfielder Tanguy Ndombele, the Sunday Star believes.

"Especially with the bad results, they've been really good to us".