Sanchez, who was courted by his former Barca boss Pep Guardiola, eventually joined Old Trafford, dealing a blow to City in the transfer market and of generating more social media traffic than Neymar's world-record move to Paris Saint-Germain.
Sturridge has not had it easy under manager Juergen Klopp, with injuries and the form of forwards Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah keeping him out of the side.
And, though Mourinho says losing is not a problem, he says he will not accept players that aren't giving their all.
"Ask the guy behind you, he was the one who wrote it", Mourinho responded, referring to Sun journalist Neil Custis.
"Bailly is a young player who has had injuries that have made it hard for him to progress in all aspects".
Pushed further on the squad's attitude, Mourinho added: "I think that some care more than others", while refusing to name names.
Mourinho refused to disclose whether he had met with United's executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward since Saturday's defeat. You sense they would accept the endless sideshow that comes with this manager - even accept not winning things - if they could see a team worth watching again.
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"That's a private matter, I am not going to answer to you".
The Premier League announced that 47-year-old Atkinson will be the man in charge of Liverpool vs. City and Blues may be anxious of more dodgy decisions in Liverpool's favour, something that certainly benefited them in the Champions League two-legged tie last year.
"When we win we all win".
"The performance on the pitch, in my opinion, is the effect of many factors - of many factors".
Luke Shaw stepping up with Roy Keane (circa 2005) comments.
Pogba was stripped of the vice-captaincy last week, but one of Mourinho's most trusted lieutenants, Nemanja Matic, believes leadership is about how you perform on the pitch, rather than wearing the armband.
"I like that perspective, but I don't agree totally". In terms of the 'keepers, I'd go for Ederson at the moment - just.
"When we win, we all win. And when we lose the responsibility I think is the responsibility of everyone".