Mourinho is one of the bookmakers' favourites to be the first Premier League manager to leave his post, but Cantona is still confident United can have a successful season.
The United boss and his coaching star fear the Italian is not acting in Pogba's best interest as another big-money move would see him pocket millions of pounds in fees. "But it's the club's decision".
The possiblity of Anthony Martial being included is very slim while new signing Fred is expected to start. The 25-year-old signed from Shakhtar Donetsk in a deal worth around £50 million and joined up with United for part of their preseason tour of the USA after a post-World Cup break. The window is still open for most European nations until 31 August, which means Premier League players can still be sold.
"The truth is that [Fred] impressed me a lot in his first game", Sanchez said.
"If his team don't do well, if they're not playing well, if they're not entertaining people, they're not challenging for the league, then he possibly could go". And Andreas Pereira too.
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Mourinho warned last weekend that a "difficult season" could lie ahead if they failed to strengthen the squad before the deadline, but an inflated market has made the challenge of improving defensively an even tougher ask.
At the end of the month the Portuguese was speaking with confidence about getting at least one more signing in but those hopes began to fade and the deadline passed without an acquisition as Mourinho predicted.
However, United had no intention of letting the midfielder go, a point manager Mourinho affirmed, though he added that the Frenchman may not feature against Leicester at Old Trafford. "I am calm. My teammates have to be focused". It depends on the music, but words for me don't come easy. But I am astonished, astonished that a club of their ilk, a club with their clout, a club that were so far off the pace previous year in terms of the points gap, that they have done little or nothing.
"When I listen, when I read - not much but sometimes I do - it is hard to believe that we finished second", Jose said, "because you are capable of making people that finish second look like they were relegated, and people who win nothing and finish below us look like serial winners".
"We have to prepare for this season with good possibilities". In the campaign prior to that, United made complete mincemeat of their opponents by beating them 4-1.