Leicester City - the visitors to Old Trafford for Friday's Premier League opener - are reported to have rejected an offer in the region of £60million for their England worldwide Harry Maguire, while Tottenham's Toby Alderweireld has also been long touted as a United target.
"But, of course, we need words with that small group to feel if they can give us a hand because it's an important match tomorrow".
Barca are said to have seen a bid involving towering defender Mina, midfielder Andre Gomes and around £45million rejected for a player that has had his ups and downs with Mourinho. The Reds have failed to finish above City in any season since Sir Alex Ferguson's last in charge, through the David Moyes, Louis Van Gaal and, now, Jose Mourinho eras.
But Pochettino insisted he is happy with his squad. I think it is clear what is going on and how we are going to move in the future. One lie repeated 1,000 times is still a lie but the perception of people is that it's true.
Sources have told ESPN FC that Ed Woodward and Real Madrid president Florentino Perez met in Miami last month but negotiations for the French World Cup victor never got off the ground.
"When you repeat 1000 times that my relationship with my players is not good, a lie repeated 1000 times is still a lie".
Jimenez got on the scoresheet at Molineux on Saturday where Wolves beat Spanish outfit Villarreal 2-1 in their last pre-season friendly.
With the start of the Premier League season just days away, the FC panel assess how Tottenham's lack of transfer activity will affect their top-four chances.
Pogba, meanwhile, could be on the bench against Leicester despite only training for four days since arriving back in Manchester following his triumph with France in Russian Federation.
Mourinho, ahead of tonight's season kickoff against Leicester City, said: "Paul arrived back on Monday - happy, proud, with a desire to work".
"He is one of the players I have to speak to, to see how he feels physically and mentally". But Liverpool did its business early in splashing more than 170 million pounds (US$220 million) on Brazil goalkeeper Alisson Becker and midfielders Fabinho, Naby Keita and Xherdan Shaqiri.