Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera reportedly had a "fall out" with manager Jose Mourinho towards the end of last season that is said to have changed the nature of the strong relationship the pair enjoyed throughout 2016/17.
Jose Mourinho has been speaking about Manchester United's injury situation, and while Paul Pogba has dominated the conversation since picking up his long term injury in the Champions League, Mourinho turned his attention to other players.
The Sun say Pogba has ignored the club's advice and has a private training regime, and Mourinho reckons that made his star man more prone to injury. That's the only one I'm thinking about.
Mourinho will need Herrera to cover for the injured Frenchman and this is the opportunity the fan favourite has been waiting for.
"I don't know if it's the same one - I just know it's a hamstring". I just know it's a hamstring problem.
And the first test without Pogba comes on Sunday when Everton is the visitor to Old Trafford.
Mourinho had more to be pleased about when Marcus Rashford came off the bench to score on his Champions League debut, but the Portuguese coach had a word of caution for his players at the final whistle.
"Marcos Rojo is still in the timings of such an important injury, everything went really well, but is not training in a normal session, just parts of it, so he probably has a couple of months".
The latter's absence in the next few weeks allows Herrera to fight with Marouane Fellaini and Michael Carrick for a place in the starting lineup.
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