Zidane’s footballing philosophy may make him the right fit for Manchester United

He has however reassured that he will not angle for a move to Barca next January

He has however reassured that he will not angle for a move to Barca next January

"I like Mourinho. He has a good personality but not for United - they should have [Pep] Guardiola as coach", Cantona told the Mail on Sunday.

"I have a very good relationship with the coach [Didier Deschamps]".

'As long as you do not see me with the Barcelona jersey, it's because I'm in Manchester. It led to a different role in the side for Pogba leading to some friction between the two men during the second half of last season.

'We have goals in common, we want to win, that's all that matters.

The France worldwide has now once again hinted that his relationship with Mourinho was not entirely ideal but played down the significance of this. ESPN adds that the Frenchman will not push for a move away in the winter window but would be interested in moving to Barcelona in the summer.

"After the World Cup I send Paul a different message to the other guys, for Didier (Deschamps) I am really happy for him". "But it's not me who is talking". He tells me things directly.

The former Real boss is said to have a burning ambition to manage in the Premier League and he would relish the chance of managing the Manchester club.

In an age where brand recognition is king, having a player such as Pogba, who is as easily recognised in New York, Beijing, Johannesburg and Jakarta as he is in Manchester, is a priceless commodity for United.

Guardiola guided Manchester City to a record-breaking title triumph last season, while Mourinho's United ended the campaign without a trophy to their name.

Marcus Rashford is reportedly stalling on signing a new contract, with four people deterring his decision. The former Chelsea and England defender was one of the many stars to have functioned under Mourinho, and he had choice words for the gaffer's tactics.

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