Old Trafford has found itself in the eye of a storm after a shock defeat at Brighton was compounded by the heaviest home defeat of the Portuguese's managerial career against Tottenham on Monday. With three games every week, the travelling and no time to prepare for the games.
"Of course, he knows what he is doing (in press conferences) for sure". "You probably know that also. Paul's scored some good ones for us".
Since trading Liverpool for Barcelona, Suarez has gone on to enjoy vast success in the form of three La Liga titles, a quartet of Copa del Rey trophies, and the Champions League, and he'll no doubt add to his ever-expanding collection by the time the season is out - will Pogba be by his side in the New Year?
"No, no", the United midfielder said.
He continued: "I think it was a very, very good performance with a result which was short". Manchester United and the Spanish tax agency both declined to comment.
"I don't watch. In the match I'm not looking to the sky unless I'm asking something for the guy to give me help, I didn't see planes but Ed Woodward won this afternoon".
Later that year, Blackburn Rovers used a plane to protest Steve Kean after a poor start to the season which saw them win just one of their opening 10 games.
However, on Thursday, he said: "It's not me who's talking, I'm trying to do my job and work on myself physically".
Sir Alex Ferguson had a "one more season" pact with Cristiano Ronaldo in 2008, eventually allowing him to join Real Madrid the following year for a then world record fee of £80million. "It is still too early".
"I don't belong in the process of discussing deals with the players and negotiations with agents.""I said that in the summer before the competition started".
"The passion, spirit, intensity and energy that comes from the fans is the engine that drives football". But even against that big team, we are going to try to win. "That is the target we have", he added. We have to stick together and play like we did last week in the first half.