Paul Scholes questions Chelsea's sale of Nemanja Matic to Manchester Utd

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Paul Scholes has congratulated Manchester United on the signing of Nemanja Matic but questioned Chelsea for selling the player to a Premier League rival.

Fellow summer signing Lindelof struggled at times in a United defence that was missing several players through injury or suspension against Zinedine Zidane's Champions League winners.

"When a player leaves a club, you do not normally see a manager speak so glowingly about them", the former England worldwide told Sky Sports. Was it his dream to go and play for Manchester United?

"Being the main striker for a club like Chelsea, like Manchester United, like Real Madrid, like Barcelona, brings a lot to it", Lampard said.

"Pogba teased us past year. But I am happy for him that he scored a goal after that and I'm sure that he will continue to score goals and that he will score many this season".

Frank Lampard
GETTY Frank Lampard believes Matic was the one who pushed through a move to Man Utd

Speaking to Sky Sports News on Tuesday, Neville said: "I said last season that the title will come to Manchester and was badly wrong but I do feel it will be between City and United this time". "But sometimes you must accept this insane transfer market, and sometimes you must accept different decisions".

"I think in the moments where they were moving more the ball, of course it was hard for us in the midfield".

Referring to the club's remaining transfer business, Mourinho said: '25% means one of four, and we got a central defender that can play in many other positions, which is important.

Almost 12 months on from his then world record transfer from Juventus, Pogba has emerged as a leader within Mourinho's squad and will certainly be looking to push on this season. We want to be competitive and we want to fight for the title again.

"We just develop that and we played in a couple of matches, Sampdoria and I think the LA Galaxy, because it is something during the season we are maybe going to do". He's available, can we get him?' I think Chelsea more often than not have backed their managers and brought in the players needed. You have to have faith in the manager.

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