According to The Sun, Man City may offer to help out by allowing United to play at the Etihad Stadium if they are willing to meet the high rent costs.
Certainly, in a more advanced role, Pogba was devastating against City and Mourinho clearly believes his £89 million (S$160 million) star is capable of repeating that form in the future. A double defeat from Liverpool and one against United came at the worst possible time of the season, and left City fans feeling quite deflated.
Mourinho's side played for bragging rights as Paul Pogba scored a brace within the space of three minutes to put United level and Chris Smalling finished off the match to win 3-2.
The newspaper says Mourinho had planned to watch the Celtic youngster in person during Scotland's recent friendly with Costa Rica but Tierney withdrew from the squad shortly before the game.
"No. We are not going to spend more than we can".
"But it is not about us and them, I think it is about the six teams".
Luke Shaw has fallen out-of-favour again and is expected to leave at the end of the season following a reported bust-up with Mourinho so a long-term replacement is needed.
"It was great, first and foremost, to win the game against a very good City side", McKenna told MUTV.
"Maybe also Manchester City will invest heavily and they don't let the others close the gap to them, I don't know".