Man United interested in Jamie Vardy and Javier Hernandez

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"He fought like a tiger to be back which he did".

"He consulted other doctors and other opinions, and we all made the decision to stop treatment".

'It's kind of weird, after a long time with games every three or four days, and it comes in good timing for the whole team to spend time together and work in that area of the world with such a good climate, especially in a month like January.

The Reds boss confirmed that Zlatan Ibrahimovic is still unavailable for selection as the striker is still a couple of weeks away from returning to full training. "The date for him to be back to training with the team was around the end of January or beginning of February, so let's hope his feelings are better and we have him as soon as possible".

They're actively trying to hijack Manchester City's bid for Alexis Sanchez but the feeling is that the Chilean has his heart set on the blue side of Manchester.

United were able to fly to Dubai on Monday as their upcoming Premier League clash was not moved due to Stoke's elimination from the FA Cup.

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Comparatively, maintaining the status quo would see migration falling from 232,000 in 2020 to 220,000 a decade later. Mr Farage said: "What is for certain is that the Cleggs, the Blairs, the Adonises will never ever, ever give up".

Mourinho tried to tread a diplomatic path around the subject of Sanchez, but said there are "some players in the football word" you have to try to sign if clubs have the chance.

"At the general level what I can say is myself and the Manchester United board, the owners, we don't believe a lot in the January market, we don't believe in signing a player just to sign a player, just to do something, we don't believe in that".

The player has thus far refused to sign an extension on his current deal, as he has questioned the club's inability to compete for the major trophies and attract the best players around. We don't believe in that.

"I don't know if it's ethical or correct to be speaking about players of other clubs", said Mourinho.

"The kid I think is going to be good enough, I think he's going to develop into a world-class player".