Marco Ianni fined for celebration in front of Jose Mourinho

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"He said sorry immediately and it was really very important I think that he realised he was wrong", Sarri said. "And so I think that I want to give him another opportunity".

They are now eighth on the log with 17 points from 10 games, and the former United star, who now plays for DC United believes the players have to do more.

"United are sometimes better away, but Bournemouth will have a right go at them, and United are all over the place at the back".

Wayne Rooney has urged Manchester United's underachieving stars to show more respect for their troubled club. "But by the end of December, which is the end of the first half of the Premier League, we are not going to be in the position we are now, will be a better position".

However, that strike couldn't spark a late Everton comeback and United held on for the three points.

The Red Devils have managed to remain unbeaten in their last three Premier League games after losing three of their opening seven top-flight games. We improve some of the players that were nearly there but not there - Lingard, Alexis - these kind of players, that were already available but not yet at a good level.

After ten games last season United had kept eight clean sheets, this season they've kept just one and after ten games last season they'd conceded just four goals, this season they've let in 17!

They also have plenty of options in terms of shape, having played with three-man and four-man defences this season and succeeded in both shapes.

As noted by the Telegraph, United are mentioned alongside Real Madrid as big admirers of the Spurs boss, as the Sun add that Madrid players look to have vetoed a move for Conte, making Pochettino the no.1 target. "He has been a bit out of form, but you can not underestimate these players or these teams".