Jose Mourinho reveals transfer plans amid Rashford and Martial unrest

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Jose Mourinho has warned Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford he can make no guarantees about regular first-team starts with Manchester United as speculation mounts over their respective futures at Old Trafford.

It is just football, we can not have just 11 players.

That inevitably means some established stars will miss out on a place in the matchday squad of 18 but when asked if keeping everyone happy is one of the most hard parts of his job, he replied: "No, no".

And on whether he will be in the market for another striker, Mourinho said: "If I have more competitions for him (Romelu Lukaku) I have more competition for the other ones you are saying are not happy because they are not playing".

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The Manchester United forward's opportunities to play from the start have been limited since Alexis Sanchez's arrival from Arsenal in the January window and there is speculation over his future at the club.

"The answer is, if you want, what I call a dry answer".

"It is just football, we can not have 11 players, it would be incredible economically for the football clubs to have only 11 and play with the same 11, no injuries, suspension, fatigue, it would be better for everyone to have only 11 but is not impossible".

"So how can I?"

Martial has remained an unused substitute in Manchester United's last two Premier League games.

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"So probably I would have to reduce and send some away".

"I didn't, because I was not complacent", he said.

"We need the points to finish second... obviously to finish fourth, we need four or five points, but to finish second we need much more than that", Mourinho added.

"I try to raise the levels of training and I think I managed to do it, because I'm really pleased with all of the days this week".

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