Phil Neville feels the criticism directed at Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has become "personal" though he believes the under-fire boss can handle it and turn the situation around at Old Trafford.
The Red Devils bounced back from a traumatic week to complete a remarkable comeback against Newcastle from 2-0 down.
As a result, Bailly's future at United looks far from certain, but he is not the only one, with Sportsmail reporting on Monday that as many as 10 players could be ready to leave the club should Mourinho survive the season.
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It's even said that the former World Cup victor has "compiled a list of potential future signings" as he looks to restore the confidence of the club. "He chose to spend a year out and he isn't going to go back on that", Migliaccio told Journal du Dimanche. "It is much less his style". I think there is a bit of a manhunt out there - everyone seems to be looking at him. "He has chosen to have a year out, he will not dive in again before that is over".
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Whereas the summer rumours linking United with moves for Toby Alderweireld, Harry Maguire, Jerome Boateng and every other central defender under the sun amounted to nothing, it seems Mourinho is still keen to strengthen his team's backline. Oddschecker places Zidane as the favourite to be the next Manchester United manager while Antonio Conte and Mauricio Pochettino are also tipped by the bookmakers.