The Portuguese manager already went back to his former club last summer and stole Nemanja Matic from them but apparently he's not done yet. "Now, for a few months he is free of minor injuries and I'm really happy", he said. Shaw conceded his boss might have had a point over his work-rate and won praise for a performance at Sunderland.
Speaking about his dissatisfaction with both Shaw and Antonio Valencia's displays, Jose Mourinho said: "To try to improve our offensive football and be more aggressive I had to change one of them and I decided Luke, because at least Antonio defensively was capable of good positioning". Alternatively, the ball was booted directly by David de Gea towards the big man, Romelu Lukaku.
Against that backdrop, there is likely to be a significant reshuffle at United this summer, as they look to address their shortcomings that have left the FA Cup as their only remaining hope of silverware.
Winger turned full-back Young is enjoying a career renaissance having become an integral part of Jose Mourinho's side and regained a place in the England squad.
It is his second successive last-four date with Spurs in the competition, and he scored a belter in the Blues' victory in 2017. And if he can't, why should anyone at United believe that next season will be any better than this one? "He is so consistent".
And the semifinal is at a neutral venue familiar to Tottenham this season: Wembley.
And the Argentine hailed the depth of his squad without Kane and with Dele Alli featuring as just a late substitute. "I think we deserved to win because the game was more or less in control for the majority of the time". Mourinho left out his best midfield passers, Pogba and Mata, preferring his two tall blockers, Matic and Fellaini.
Eriksen was allowed to advance to the edge of the area by Swansea's retreating defenders before the Denmark playmaker curled a left-foot shot into the corner in the 11th minute.
"Luke, in the first half, every time they came in his corridor, the cross came in and a unsafe situation was coming", the Portuguese said.
United bounced back to winning ways after suffering humiliation at the Old Trafford against Sevilla by sealing a spot in the FA Cup semi-finals but Matic feels it won't just be good enough to win one out of four potential trophies.