"I just hope the boys on deserved holidays, they take care of themselves a little bit and I hope somebody wants to do what (Marcus) Rashford and (Phil) Jones decide to do, which is to be back a little bit earlier to try and help the team because for the beginning of the season we are going to be in trouble".
I gave a list to the club of five names a few months ago and I wait to see if it is possible to have one of these players. If it's possible, it's possible. Man United, he said, were in America to "survive, to have some not-very-ugly results". Mourinho said of Sanchez. Bailly volunteered to face Liverpool after Chris Smalling was injured during the warm up.
The World Cup has hampered United's preparations and Mourinho - who has been visibly downbeat amid the club's struggles to deliver new signings - has now lost key midfielder Matic through injury. He came from the World Cup with the injury and the time he had to rest on holiday was not enough to resolve the problem.
"The majority of the players that played are not going to play - some of them are not even going to belong to the squad". It is not fair for Alexis, (Juan) Mata, (Ander) Herrera and the guys that are there.
Mourinho confirmed that the 29-year-old had flown to Philadelphia to see a specialist and was immediately booked in for surgery.
Xherdan Shaqiri scored on a spectacular bicycle kick in the 82nd minute, capping a three-goal second half for Liverpool in a 4-1 victory over Manchester United on Saturday.
"This is not our team, this is not our squad - not even 30 per cent of it".
Things were more positive in the Reds' camp.
Sadio Mane hit the victor from the penalty spot as Liverpool beat Manchester City 2-1 last time out and the Senegal star was on target from 12 yards again to open the scoring after Mohamed Salah was fouled.
Mane and Salah were withdrawn at half-time as Shaqiri made his Liverpool debut, while Joel Pereira replaced Grant in the United goal, with a pitch invader livening up a tiresome start to the second period. Sadio Mane, Daniel Sturridge and Sheyi Ojo also scored for Liverpool in this International Champions Cup matchup at Michigan Stadium.
Shaqiri, 26, did the heavy lifting on the play, outmuscling a United defender and then slipping a pass back to Sturridge who made it 2-1.
After coming on for his debut as a half-time substitute, Shaqiri rounded off the scoring in the 82nd minute with an explosive overhead kick...