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"He wants to leave to join Manchester United" - Chelsea star to join Premier League rivals


Chelsea title-winner Nemanja Matic wants to leave the Blues to join former boss Jose Mourinho at Manchester United, the Sun has claimed.

Recent reports have claimed that the 28-year-old is desperate to leave the Blues to reunite with manager Jose Mourinho at Old Trafford.

Monaco's Tiemoue Bakayoko is expected to be the one to take over from the Serbian if he really leaves the club.

Meanwhile, manager Jose Mourinho believes it will not be easy to sign a player from one of United's Premier League rivals.

"Here, everyone is powerful now," Mourinho said.

"The scenery has changed. If I want to buy a player from Tottenham, I can't, nor can I buy a player from Manchester City or Arsenal.

"That was not the case before.

"At Chelsea, I brought in Shaun Wright-Phillips, who was the best player at Manchester City or Ashley Cole from Arsenal. Sir Alex, when he wanted the best player from Tottenham, he bought Michael Carrick and then [Dimitar] Berbatov."

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