Bastian Schweinsteiger is insisting he has no pproblems with Mourinho and will try to break into the first squad.
The germany midfielder joined from Bayern Munich in July 2015. And has now fallen out of favor with Mourinho.
The World Cup has been asked to train with the reserves. And this has brought criticism from Rummenigge.
However, the 32-year-old is adamant that there is no rift with the Portuguese and he remains determined to play a part at Old Trafford this season.
Speaking ahead of Germany’s friendly with Finland, which marks Schweinsteiger’s international farewell, he said: “My absolute dream would be to play for Manchester United and to help them with their goals.
“I have no personal problems with Jose Mourinho. I still believe in my own ability. I could still help United if given the chance.
“I have to wait and see now how it goes in September and October and how it develops. One thing is for sure, I’m not going to stop playing football.”
Schweinsteiger opened the door to a possible future move to MLS, where the likes of Andrea Pirlo, David Villa and Steven Gerrard ply their trade, but noted that is not an immediate option.
“The MLS transfer window is closed,” the 32-year-old said. “So it won’t happen this season. But of course, the US is an option.”