"But it's not just me or us".
"Maybe two years ago if Paul Pogba was part of the Man United team and he got injured, you'd go, 'Oh no, who is going to replace him?', because the squad wasn't really that strong".
United manager Mourinho had previously refused to comment on those reports and claimed he had not even asked for an update about Pogba's status.
Injuries Show It's The System Not The Players That Is Sustaining Manchester United
"We have to play against everybody home and away and when I look at the fixtures I only look to the period of time we have to recover from match to match", said Mourinho. "It's an opportunity for others, is a moment for others to step up and to get the chance, so I think that's good".
Man Utd easily hurdled what could have been a tricky obstacle on Wednesday evening as they hammered CSKA Moscow 4-1 in Russian Federation. This said, they are yet to face any of the five teams who finishes above them in the table last season.
And Keane believes the £75million it took to land him from Everton was an absolute bargain, and has tipped the 24-year-old to continue his rise to superstardom with the Red Devils.
The United boss also confirmed that Lukaku isn't going to receive any respite over the worldwide break.
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