Juve Target: I Want To Leave Man Utd

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However, Mourinho warned Martial earlier in the week that 'you do not always get what you want in life'.

'I know what I have to contend with, but I'm confident in myself.

Speaking to a number of national newspapers, Darmian said: "I want to play more regularly. Obviously when I got to United, there was definitely something that wasn't right".

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"I worked hard - and not just for the critics", said Shaw. "I'm going to fight for it this year and I want to be in that starting team".

It's no secret that the Manchester United boss is desperate for a new, commanding defender to sort out his backline. "He texted me and we had a good chat". I want to earn a contract.

There is a huge ambition at Molineux now, and funds seem to be of no issue, so as long as terms can be agreed between club and player, with United keen to sell, there appears no reason why the Argentine will not move to the midlands.

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GETTY Man Utd boss Jose Mourinho is desperate for a new defender this summer

Even so, the boyhood United fan's journey to Old Trafford via Derby, Burnley, Oldham and Sheffield Wednesday is something of a dream come true. "But until he says that I'll keep fighting".

The Brazilian midfielder is not likely to play any role during the encounter against their Premier League rivals on the west coast but is expected to make his debut against Los Blancos. "We've had this conversation".

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"That's why it pushes me on more". That doesn't change whether I'm playing in League One, the Championship or the Premier League'.

'I did all the right things in that time and it's paid off'.

"I don't need to have a conversation with the manager. I'll keep focused and training hard".

He won't play a part in tonight's clash against Liverpool either, but maybe we'll see him in action against either Real Madrid or Bayern Munich before the competitive season kicks off.

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