Mourinho aims to make EPL history

Jose Mourinho wants to become the first manager to win major trophies at three English clubs — which could interest Arsenal.
The Portuguese boss is interested in returning to the Premier League and the Gunners could be one destination with Unai Emery under pressure.
Mourinho won the Europa League and the League Cup with Manchester United as well as seven major trophies at Chelsea.
Mourinho won seven major trophies with Chelsea.
According to The Sun, the 56-year-old is keen on managing another Premier League club, with Arsenal a likely candidate as Emery’s side have started slowly this season.
Sportsmail revealed earlier this month that Mourinho is monitoring Tottenham’s situation as he looks for a route back into management.
Mourinho has been out of work since being sacked by Man United last December, less than a year into a new contract that was due to run until 2020.
Real Madrid, coached by Zinedine Zidane, are another possible option and Mourinho remains in contact and on good terms with club president Florentino Perez.
Mourinho, 56, is prepared to bide his time and wait for the ideal opportunity. He has been working predominantly as a TV pundit and joined Sky ahead of the season.
He has declined offers at former club Benfica and a £90million proposal from Chinese Super League side Guangzhou Evergrande.
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Solskjaer: ‘Sloppy’ Man Utd lacking creativity

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said he has not seen a sloppier Manchester United since he took charge than the one that lost to Newcastle on Sunday.

“We’re disappointed,” the Manchester United boss told Sky Sports. “We did lack quite a few key players but that’s no excuse. The players worked hard and ran their socks off but at the moment we’re in a place we’re not used to.

It was far from the most entertaining game of all-time, but that won’t have mattered one bit to Matty Longstaff – making his first ever league start in professional football alongside brother Sean in midfield for the Magpies – when he powered home from outside the box midway through the second half for Newcastle’s 1-0 win.

“Some of the boys lack a little bit of composure and we don’t create enough chances to win a game of football. They stay together as a team but we don’t create.

“Luckily for us it’s now the international break. We get time to evaluate what’s gone on over these eight games. We will sit down, hopefully we’ll get a few players back.

“It’s my responsibility. I need to sort their heads out. Young boys lacking confidence – they need some help from experienced players and staff.


Brighton 3-0 Tottenham

Burnley 1-0 Everton

Liverpool 2-1 Leicester City

Norwich 1-5 Aston Villa

Watford 0-0 Sheffield United

West Ham 1-2 Crystal Palace

Manchester City 0-2 Wolves

Southampton 1-4 Chelsea