"They talk about resale value being important to them which is freakish given that Manchester United have never thought about reselling players in the future, but it's something Ed Woodward is conscious of, the transfer fees he can get for players when they leave".
"You can see them go away to Chelsea and almost win, go away to Watford and Young Boys, and sometimes you can watch them at home against Wolves or Crystal Palace or Valencia, and they're nowhere near". Palace have not beaten United in the league since 1991, but came close.
United are back in action tomorrow evening against Young Boys in the Champions League.
Millions of pounds spent on players, an eye-watering wage bill, and for what? United's biggest problem this season has been their inability to defend.
"Changes are trait of team that are struggling, changing what they are doing".
United put in yet another poor home performance in the goalless draw with Palace at Old Trafford.
And the Portuguese manager said after the game that he thinks that his players lacked heart.
Your team are terrible, your manager doesn't seem to know how the fix it, and David De Gea, one of few players you'd actually want to stick around, appears to be nearing an exit. "So, they're not exactly. the atmosphere, the fact that so much has been done over the years here to make Manchester United what Manchester United are, no team is ever going to come here without a certain fear factor".
"So, whether it had been one point or no points, it might as well be a loss".
He said to Univision: "When we talk about Luke Shaw, Martial, Lingard, Marcus Rashford, we're talking about young lads but who also are still missing a word that I can't use". We gave them time to breathe because we were not intense.
"We let it go and then it looks like we are waiting for things to happen and things did not happen".