Mourinho: Griezmann? Ask Ed Woodward

Jose Mourinho said Griezmann coming to Manchester United will not be his doing.
Jose Mourinho says he has "no idea" if
Manchester United will sign Antoine Griezmann, but
stressed that all the club's transfer dealings are in
the hands of executive vice-chairman Ed
The France international took to Twitter on Friday
to insist that he had not made any decision to leave
Atletico Madrid and that he would hold talks with
his representatives on his future plans.
Mourinho stated after United's 2-0 win over Ajax in
the Europa League final on Wednesday that
Woodward has known the names of the players the
manager wants to sign for the last two months.
And the 54-year-old claimed the market is now out
of his hands as he takes a break following a
gruelling first season at Old Trafford.
"I have no idea if Antoine Griezmann will come to
United. Ask Ed Woodward. He knows since March
who I want, what I want and how much I want,"
Mourinho told Sky Sports in Monaco, where he will
be watching Sunday's Formula One race.
"Now is for him to work. It's for him to work
because he has holidays in August and in August
I'm working.
"I don't care about football for a month. I'm really
happy with our season, the [EFL Cup and Europa
League] trophies, to be back in Champions League
but now I have a rest, to disconnect completely and
enjoy my family and friends and other sports I
Griezmann has long been linked with a potential
world-record move to United and admitted this
month that he was considering leaving Atletico,
with the 26-year-old also reportedly a target for
LaLiga champions Real Madrid.

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