"John made an excellent World Cup and showed again his personality", he said.
"Every player can be individually better, so the guy who can shoot perfectly with his right [foot] can shoot perfectly with his left", the former Barcelona and Bayern Munich coach said.
However, they finished 25 points back in the league as Pep Guardiola's men romped to the title with a record 100 points.
Mourinho has bemoaned United's lack of transfer activity, criticised captain Antonio Valencia's physical condition and been involved in a standoff with Anthony Martial over the length of the Frenchman's absence to attend the birth of his second child.
"What we were able to do every team can do that, especially the five contenders", he added.
"You also have to consider that Liverpool are City's Kryptonite".
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Romelu Lukaku and Marcus Rashford have since returned from their World Cup exertions but both are unlikely to be fit enough for 90 minutes against Leicester, possibly leaving Sanchez as the focal point of United's attack.
Yet, based on the World Cup performances of Golden Boot victor Harry Kane, Hugo Lloris and Christian Eriksen among others, there is still plenty for Mauricio Pochettino to look forward to.
"The players from a year ago are responsible for the excitement, and then we brought in a few new players as an icing on the cake", said Klopp on the club's promising pre-season tour in the States. But still, we believe we can do better and dominate more.
But asked at a news conference on Tuesday about the possibility of further signings or departures prior to the window shutting, Klopp replied: "We will see".
At the other end of the spectrum, despite their big transfer spend and many people tipping them to be a surprise package this season, Michael Owen has Fulham to go down.