The Tottenham player was initially signed by Paris Saint-Germain from Sao Paulo in 2013 and settled well into life in Ligue 1.
The emergence of Sissoko recently has been a welcome boost to Pochettino after he failed to bring in any new stars over the summer.
"It's so painful. It's a mistake that we made that at this level of football we can not repeat again. We need to arrive that way in Barcelona".
"I am convinced that if we do what we have to do, we shall go through".
The Daily Telegraph is reporting that the Red Devils are keeping an eye on the 29-year-old striker as a potential target and that they play on keeping tabs on him until the end of the season. Of course now that is the problem and it's so painful to have players out of the list.
"I know there are champions over there [in Barcelona] that are competing to win the Ballon d'Or and that are competing to get as many wins as possible".
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He is now battling a thigh issue which he picked up against Juventus and caused him to miss United's derby loss to Manchester City .
"I'm so disappointed with that situation". It's hard for me to speak about him.
"We played in a clever way against Inter".
Spurs head in to the game tomorrow night sitting third in Group B on four points but can move level with second-placed Inter Milan with victory over the Italians at Wembley ahead of their final clash with Barcelona.
While their task remains hard, Spurs were highly impressive in Saturday's 3-1 victory over Chelsea - and Pochettino was particularly pleased that his players avoided the tubthumping comments that followed their previous triumph over a top-six rival back in August.
"I believe in my talent, in my quality", said Moura. "I remember a lot of players talking about winning the title, and it was only at the beginning and three points, like the others". "One thing I don't like in football is that rule".
"I think the performance was very good, we fully deserved the victory", said Pochettino.
Asked if Sunday's derby is a chance to show Emery that he is capable of starring for a big team, Moura added: "I try to show it, him, at Spurs".