Mourinho told his pre-match news conference ahead of Manchester United's win over Tottenham on Saturday: "I'm anxious about Fellaini and not about Luke Shaw because Fellaini finishes his contract and Luke Shaw doesn't".
The England worldwide freely admits he wants to link up once more with Pochettino eventually, with the full-back even saying "I think he really wants me to play under him again".
"I have the player that I want to have", Mourinho said.
Cabinet go-ahead for mega highway plan
While further talking about it, he added, "Bharatmala will lead to significant improvements in road safety and save lives". Bharatmala will integrate Bangladesh-Bhutan-Nepal and Myanmar-Thailand corridors to make a North-East hub of East Asia.
With Eric Bailly and Jones available again Lindelof is not expected to be in United's starting XI for their crucial Premier League clash with Tottehham Hotspur on Saturday. He told me about United's interest since last summer (in 2016) and I explained the situation to him clearly: 'Look, you aren't leaving because you signed a five-year deal with us in August.
Bailly hasn't featured since the beginning of the global break after picking up an injury with the Ivory Coast while Jones is continuing his recovery from injury.
PM Modi said that Ayurveda is not just a medical practice, but encompasses public health and environment health as well. He said the time had come for a "health revolution" under the aegis of the traditional medicine system.
WhatsApp has been a nerve center for millions of its users with its free encrypted chat and free voice/video calling features. According to a tweet by WABetaInfo , the Facebook-owned messaging app might roll out the feature in its next beta update.
The devastation from Ophelia left 360,000 people without power which was a result of trees falling onto power lines. Some transport disruption is likely, and short term loss of power and other services is also possible.
Stay tuned for all the live action! A win on Sunday will continue their unbeaten run going into the next round of the tournament. In the next minute, Harmanpreet sealed the fate of Pakistan hockey team making it 3-0 for Indians with a swinging flick.
Francis Coquelin offers experience in midfield, while Theo Walcott and Jack Wilshere tuck in behind Olivier Giroud . His blind back pass across Arsenal's goal was intercepted by Radonjic, but Cech pushed the shot over the bar.
A hurricane hunter plane has found 56 miles per hour winds and continues to investigate the system early Friday evening. Much of this rain may fall during a few hours, which will bring the potential for street and low-lying area flooding.
Hold on to your proverbial hats: Prince William and Kate Middleton have announced the due date for their third royal baby. The new baby will be the fifth in line to the throne, with Prince Harry - the child's uncle - being pushed into sixth.
Women and dogs rescued after five months adrift
For sailors of the Ashland , it was just another day on the job. "I knew she didn't even know the phone number here", she said. Appel and Fuiava survived on a year's worth of dry goods, including oatmeal, pasta and rice, the Navy said.
Harvey Weinstein accused of rape by actress Natassia Malthe
Once inside, she said Weinstein took off his trousers and sat on the bed. "I was feeling panic and wondering what I should do". The actress began the interview praising the over 60 women who have joined her in coming out publicly against Weinstein.
Texas Teen Driving Deaths Drop 27%
A key part of the instruction focuses on training newly licensed drivers to make better driving decisions. However, with all of these activities, teens tend to compromise something very important: sleep.
Tejas train food lands 25 passengers in hospital
The train, that was travelling to Mumbai from Goa had to be halted when passengers started feeling uneasy after having breakfast. Ambulances were requisitioned and they were admitted to a local hospital and are under observation, IRCTC stated.
Hurricane Ophelia Moving At Snail's Pace To Northeast
It will coincide with the 30th anniversary of the Great Storm of 1987, which hit southern England overnight on October 15. Forecasters predict that Ireland, Northern Ireland and western portions of Britain will likely bear the brunt of Ophelia.