Jose Mourinho Under Investigation For Post-Newcastle Comments

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Martial, who started on the bench for last week's game against Valencia in the Champions League, returned to the starting line-up and scored the all-important equaliser in the 76th minute.

I said the same thing when Louis van Gaal was there.

"It's tough (at United), it has been a tough situation", he said in comments reported by Britain's Daily Telegraph newspaper.

For United, their 3-2 comeback win over Newcastle was their first victory in four matches in all competitions.

William Hill's Joe Crilly said: "Mourinho was on the ropes with his side trailing at half time, however their incredible fightback means that he may have a little life left in him yet".

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As for what it means for the standings, there is now a three-way tie for first with teams having records of 6-2-0. Liverpool registered three wins over Man City last season. "I want to keep doing it and keep everyone happy".

"He was exhausted in terms of nerves, he has chosen to take a sabbatical year and he won't go back on that", said Migliaccio, Zidane's long-standing agent.

"I've spoken about it with him and the truth is that it doesn't attract him".

"I think a lot of wickedness and a clear man-hunting which I think in football is too much".

The Portuguese has been under huge pressure recently following a run of poor results and performances, with several reports suggesting he might have been sacked had United not won at the weekend. Mourinho would nearly certainly turn the matter over to his expert legal team and the Mirror says that with "built-in loyalty payments, signing fees and other agreements on top of his £14.5m-a-year annual salary, that amounts to a whopping £29m".

According to ESPN, Mourinho has shortlisted both Romagnoli and Inter's Milan Skriniar, with the United manager looking to raid his former side to sign the impressive Slovakian.

The man most commonly linked with replacing Mourinho at United is former Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane.

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