30 October, 2017
Jose Mourinho headed off questions about Harry Kane's absence from Saturday's PremierLeague showdown between ManchesterUnited and Tottenham.
He wrote in his autobiography "Brave New World": "Mourinho and I had finished our interviews at Old Trafford [after the 1-0 defeat by Manchester United, December 2016] and the players were doing their warm-down on the pitch".
"After Ander's words and the feelings of all the players, I don't need speak about the words".
Phil Jones is available to face Spurs and Eric Bailly may also return, following both centre-backs' respective injuries.
Asked if Shaw has a future at United, Mourinho said: "Why not?"
"If you want to speak about his words I would be very disappointed if his words were different".
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As a result, the Manchester Evening Post claim that Shaw could reunite with his ex-boss Mauricio Pochettino at Tottenham Hotspur as the Argentine was the main influence for Shaw's growth at Southampton and is still looked upon highly by the young full-back.
Mourinho admitted Shaw's chances of a recall were remote.
"One more training session but he's the only one from the injured group that can be ready". Luke Shaw was just honest.
He said: "I hope every time I have one day less than the opponent you ask the same question but I don't think it makes an impact because my feeling is the majority of the players who played that match are not going to play tomorrow".
"He has a future here, I think he has, but the situation is not easy because he comes from injury after injury after injury".
Rob is ESPN FC's Manchester United correspondent.