“In the locker room, outside the locker room… everything. I know my brother, and you tell him, ‘Go. Go play’, the rest, he will do it.
“From what we see of Mourinho, he always wants to be the maestro, the centre of attention.
“[Paul] does not even calculate that aspect: you respect him, he will respect you, you trust him, he will produce big performances.”
Meanwhile, United have announced they will open a series of club-themed “entertainment and experience” centres across China in partnership with leading Chinese property developer Harves in the latest move to spread their wings in Asia.