The midfielder has struggled to make an impact at Old Trafford and reports are indicating that he could be moving back to Germany for a fee close to £30 million which United also paid for him in 2016.
Inter Milan have also expressed an interest Mkhitaryan and may be keen on doing a swap deal involving Portugal international Joao Mario.
But it may look like that Mourinho may just sell Mkhitaryan to secure more funds for the club and get another player to strengthen their squad.
Mauricio Pochettino thinks Son Heung-min can rival David Beckham’s superstar status
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino believes that Son Heung-min can match David Beckham’s superstar status in East Asia.
Although Harry Kane has clearly dominated this season for his record-breaking efforts in the Premier League as he scored 39 goals and 56 in total for the year, Son has also impressed for Spurs.
Pochettino gave praises on Son’s efforts as he scored nine goals in all competitions for this season and five in his past seven appearances.
“Yes, that is what we think. But we cannot prove this,” Pochettino said when asked if Son could rival Beckham.
“When you talk about Beckham, he’s a massive world icon. Maybe it’s like this with Sonny. But here he’s so humble, and he’s such a normal guy. That makes him so important to us.
“I think he’s such an important player for us, scoring a lot of goals and he’s very consistent, in training, his performance. He’s an important and very good player for us.
“It’s true that the headlines are always for Harry or others, but it’s important to recognise him, because he’s a very great guy, a very good professional and he’s always there, scoring and playing well.”
“Personally, us the coaching staff, we’ve given him the credit he deserves,” he said.
“When you are next to Harry Kane, achieving all he is and scoring so many goals, it’s normal that the focus is on Harry Kane.
“But for us, it’s very important to show Sonny how much he’s appreciated.
“And all the players, all the team, they all love him. It’s not only because of his performances but because of how he is as a man.”