The Englishman is set to retire at the end of the season barring any last minute u-turns in the decision and is sure to be a loss to Old Trafford.
Carrick has been a huge part of United’s success in the latter stages of Sir Alex Ferguson‘s career and it’s displeasing that he will retire on the back of an injury plagued season.
The veteran certainly deserved a better send off and there’s still some hope that that can be the case before the end of the current campaign.
Mourinho is also sad to lose Michael but is happy to see him become a part of his coaching staff, praising the former Tottenham player’s attributes.
“But it’s a fantastic assistant coach I am going to have, I believe. I want to help him be better and better but it’s a pity to lose a player that does everything well on the pitch.”
Fellaini is another player who appears to be edging towards the exit as he is yet to agree to new terms and is on a contract that ends this season.
Herrera has failed to live up to last year’s high standards leaving Mourinho with just Pogba and Matic to rely on when the next campaign begins.