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The former England global believes United will not be able to compete with the likes of Manchester City and Liverpool this season, saying other clubs are laughing at Mourinho's side.

After a troubling pre-season and a lack of expected transfer activity, United capitulated in their second game of the Premier League season against Brighton on Sunday.

Agent Mino Raiola has fired back at United legend Paul Scholes after he criticised his client Paul Pogba and his patchy form. "Would be sleepless nights to find Pogba a new club". Reports in the press, presumably from Woodward himself, paint the executive as confident in his ability to pick the right players for the club, instead of the manager.

Ince suggested United were now "becoming a laughing stock" and claimed "everything is a total mess" at the club.

"Realistically, their goal should be to win the Premier League". The football's not entertaining and what makes it twice as bad is that their two biggest rivals, Manchester City and Liverpool, do play exciting football.

"You would never have seen this going on with Sir Alex Ferguson as manager, especially not playing out in public".

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"Should Mourinho leave? No".

"Paul Scholes should become sports director and advise Woodward to sell Pogba". Should Man United as a club get their house in order?

The Red Devils face Tottenham next Monday and a positive result there would be a huge stride in altering the perception of life under Mourinho right to the fans.

In the wake of the shock 3-2 defeat, Mourinho reportedly issued a fresh plea to Ed Woodward for Martial to be sold before the European transfer window closes at the end of the month.

"I can see now that fans are turning against Jose Mourinho and I can understand why".

Mourinho was sacked midway through that campaign and Ince believes the United manager's style of football "doesn't suit the club and never will".