Jose Mourinho hints at Anthony Martial stay

Manchester United players celebrate Juan Mata's goal

Manchester United players celebrate Juan Mata's goal

Mourinho does, however, have an injury issue to deal with, as Antonio Valencia limped off early in the game. Starting XI: Grant, Valencia, Bailly, Smalling, Shaw, Herrera, McTominay, A Pereira, Mata, Mitchell, Martial.

Despite playing Martial in that game, United aren't sure if they can keep their winger who missed out of the 2018 World Cup due to his bench warming role last season. Chong especially from the right and Periera, who was returning from a loan spell in Valencia, looked sharp.

The last time these two sides met was back in 2015 when United toured America, with the Red Devils winning the game 3-1 with goals from Mata, Memphis Depay and Andreas Pereira.

"I would like to be in Los Angeles now and I am in San Jose, you can not do whatever you want in life", said the Portuguese coach.

He added: 'No (Romelu) Lukaku, no (Marcus) Rashford, not here and probably not for the start of the Premier League. It's not about if he (Sanchez) can play, it's about when he has to.

"I would like to play against Leicester (on the first weekend of the Premier League season) on Sunday but I have to play on Friday, so you don't get always in life what you want".

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"Good for Alexis", Mourinho said. "We don't have a team to play much better than we did but [it's] one more training session".

Sanchez accepted a suspended sentence for tax fraud in Spain in February and his conviction made it hard for him to enter the US. The action for the cross for the goal is a lovely action.

Alderweireld's future remains up in the air, but The Telegraph have claimed that the Lilywhites are hopeful of signing the 22-year-old irrespective of what happens with the Belgium global.

"When he doesn't play, we have to make decisions. He's a good kid".

Asked if he still wants to make more signings before next month's deadline, he said: 'One thing is what I want and another thing is what is going to happen'. "It was a team with intensity and a team with quality that pushed us to levels that we are not prepared for".

United now face San Jose Earthquakes on Sunday in Santa Clara, California before a clash with AC Milan in the International Champions Cup on Thursday in LA.

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