Jose Mourinho refuses question from Manchester United in-house TV station

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United face Arsenal sitting seventh in the table, 16 points behind leaders Manchester City and eight adrift of the top four.

The United manager first snapped at the interviewer for asking him about the 2-2 draw against Southampton.

Marcos Rojo, Matteo Darmian and Diogo Dalot - who have made two Premier League starts between them this season - are the only defenders certain to be available to play Unai Emery's side at Old Trafford on Wednesday. "I think we need a good run of results and we don't need to waste points where we shouldn't be wasting them".

"So nobody knew the team and ourselves we didn't know yet".

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Mourinho's supposed comments came after the Portuguese said the way United players are now performing is all down to their character, not his tactics.

"If I used that word, it is not what I think at all".

Speaking at a news conference on Tuesday, Mourinho claimed that did not accurately represent his feelings but said he had all but written off their chances of ending 2018 in the top four.

Mourinho also addressed recent reports that he had called midfielder Pogba "a virus" in front of the rest of the team. You saw me in the flash interviews (after the Southampton game), you know what I told.

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The Independent report that Arsenal felt that Sanchez was in physical decline during his time at the club and now he's suffering from physical burn-out because of the amount of games he played last season, as well as previous campaigns.

Mourinho refused to comment on claims he had a verbal spat with Paul Pogba in the dressing room after the 2-2 draw at Southampton, with one report claiming he called his French World Cup victor "a virus" after his lacklustre display at St Mary's Stadium.

Pogba has cut a frustrated figure at United this season having put up with a lot of criticism from his manager, who ordered him to leave training only a couple of months ago. For last season it was Arsenal and Chelsea and this season two of these six are going to stay outside.

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