JEight Mourinho revealed that he traveled to Belgium during an international break in search of answers for Romelu Lukaku's worsening goal for Manchester United.
United manager also denied that Alexis Sanchez told him he was unhappy at Old Trafford or wants to leave the club, but confirmed he would not stand in the way of any dissatisfied player who wanted to leave because of continued suspicions about the future of Chile .
Mourinho's concern about his attack is not limited to Lukaku and Sanchez. In a separate interview, the Portuguese argued that Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and Jesse Lyngard – as well as counsel Luc Shaw – still lack the "maturity" and "character, personality … natural aggression" needed to realize their "great potential" .
Despite achieving five goals in the last four appearances for Belgium, Lukaku has not scored in the last 10 matches for United and was thrown over a 2-1 victory over Everton last month.
Mourinho said he went to Brussels last week to try to better understand why Lukaku flourished for his country, but not his club, and although he refused an invitation to meet personally with the Belgian coach Roberto Martinez, he said that he had spoken by phone . Lukaku reported on international duty, but surpassed the games against Iceland, which Mourinho followed, and Switzerland, in order to work on his fitness, after the problem of wetlands.