JOSE MOURINHO lowers expectations for Manchester United yet again – while Ander Herrera is told he's not made of the right stuff for Manchester United.
Read on for all of this, plus more news, transfer gossip and updates from Old Trafford.
AFP or licensors1 Ander Herrera gets an earful from Jose Mourinho – and has now had one from Paul Scholes
JOSE MOURINHO will lose out on millions if he fails to finish in the Premier League's top four.
The United boss has a contract until 2020 and would get a year's pay in compensation – worth £12m – if he is sacked at the end of the season, but that will be reduced with this specific clause.
FRED'S chances of getting a regular first-team role have been thrown into fresh doubt as Jose Mourinho reveals Brazilian will be on the fringes until his defence is sorted.
The £52 summer signing has played just once in United's last five matches, including not even making the bench against Arsenal.
ZZ NOT TOP
ZINEDINE ZIDANE might be the wrong choice of manager if Manchester United look to replace Jose Mourinho, claims Paul Scholes.
The Frenchman has been consistently linked with the Old Trafford hot-seat since leaving Real Madrid at the end of last season.
GOOD-BAI FOR NOW
VICTOR LINDELOF is heading back to Manchester for treatment on his injury after heading to Dubai.
The Manchester United defender, 24, picked up a knock in the against Crystal Palace on November 24.
MOUR EXPECTS LESS
Jose Mourinho has once again lowered the expectations of his Manchester United team as their winless Premier League run continues.
The 2-2 draw with Arsenal on Wednesday means it is now four games without victory in the top flight for the Old Trafford club.
SAND-WOE FOR BLUES
ALEX SANDRO has reportedly agreed a new deal with Juventus – landing a hammer blow to Manchester United and Chelsea.
It is understood the full-back is set to sign a contract extension with the Old Lady that will keep him at the club until 2023.
HERR DOESN'T SUIT
PAUL SCHOLES has laid into Ander Herrera and questioned whether the midfielder is good enough to play for Manchester United.
The Old Trafford legend criticised the Spain star for misplacing a "simple ball" during the 2-2 draw to Arsenal last night.
FULHAM JOIN DARMIAN RACE
MATTEO DARMIAN is being eyed up by Premier League strugglers Fulham in a bid to save their season.
The Cottagers have the worst defensive record in the league and are looking to bring out-of-favour Darmian on board for a loan spell so that they can utilise his versatile style of play.