Paul Pogba thanks ex-Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho

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ESPN report that David de Gea is edging ever closer to signing a new long-term contract at Old Trafford and his commitment is unaffected by Jose Mourinho's departure.

Yorke played with Solskjaer between 1998 and 2002, alongside the likes of Roy Keane, Peter Schmeichel, Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs.

"It's a fantastic day for the club", Rooney, who had watched the match from the BT Sport studio, said. "And I think that Ole Gunnar can do that".

When it comes to Newcastle United, Robbie Savage only needs two words to sum up where the club is at, a few days before Christmas 2005. Tuesday morning when you get a phone call, of course you say yes without thinking.

Keane won seven Premier League titles, four FA Cups and the Champions League at United and believes any player unrest during his time in the dressing room would have been quelled. I have never felt so comfortable than in these walls.

"He's said he's a changed man, he's grown up, and he's been in the managerial department for some time and that he knows sometimes you need to have an iron fist when addressing the players". Once Ole got the job, I dropped him a message of congratulations.

Striker Romelu Lukaku looks set to miss Solskjaer's first match as manager against Cardiff.

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"He's a World Cup victor", said Solskjaer. "We want to win games".

"So you treat players similar to how you treat your kids really because you want the best for them, you want to guide them, you want to help them".

"I stay in touch with a lot of people at the club, I speak to them quite a lot". It's not going to be all-out attack.

The Red Devils then produced liquid football in the build-up to Anthony Martial's super 41st-minute goal and Jesse Lingard bagged himself a brace in the second-half.

"There are so many different personalities". He's a likeable guy and a very good coach and you suspect Sir Alex Ferguson might have been asked for his advice.

He also seems to be a loyal guy and if Ed Woodward has problems luring him away from Tottenham, I'd see the sense in giving the job to Ryan Giggs.

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