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Former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Micky Hazard has warned Toby Alderweireld that he would be a fool to leave Spurs in favour of Manchester United due to the current situation at both clubs.

United now lie 16 points off Manchester City after just 14 games and it certainly looks like they'll face a real fight to even finish in the top four this year. Some player with that kind of injury they don't play for two weeks, but Marcus I'm pretty sure he will be fine for the next one.

"Doesn't matter the system we play, has to do with the characteristics of the players. I don't see us going more than that".

Pogba and Mourinho have been at loggerheads throughout the season.

The 55-year-old used the example of Tottenham to highlight his point, explaining that the days of plundering the north London side for their best players - as Sir Alex Ferguson was able to do a couple of times - are over.

Hazard, who came up through the ranks at White Hart Lane and won the UEFA Cup in 1984 with Tottenham, has told Alderweireld he would be a fool to ditch Spurs for Manchester United at the moment.

"I think Toby's a brilliant player and he loves Tottenham", Hazard told Express Sport.

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'You don't play. You don't respect players and supporters. No, because they don't sell. A few years ago, who was Tottenham's best player?

"Can we go there now and bring Harry Kane?"

"So, who is more powerful now".

"Before, the smaller clubs, they were nearly begging the big clubs, "get my best player, I need to sell".

For everyone other than United fans, anyway. Alexis Sanchez has become disillusioned with life at Manchester United.

"Players are being allowed to run them down because the club isn't in a position of strength, then they are having to overpay".

"Football changes", the Portuguese said.