Man United's Mourinho: Prem title more realistic than last season

Man United's Mourinho: Prem title more realistic than last season

Man United's Mourinho: Prem title more realistic than last season

The Swede was released by the club in July after rupturing his knee ligaments in a nasty fall against Anderlecht in April.

The 35-year-old was the only United player to get into double figures in the league.

Arsenal's new signing Alexandre Lacazette took just 94 seconds to make his mark with a header from Mohamed Elneny's curling cross to equal the record for the fastest opening goal in a Premier League season.

"You know he's injured, he needs time to recover, he's not ready to play tomorrow", Mourinho said. "I think clearly the club want him, the manager wants him and he wants the club".

FORMER West Ham United striker, Brian Dear, believes the Hammers have a huge task on their hands when they open their Premier League campaign at Manchester United on Sunday.

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Mourinho ended up shifting between Daley Blind, Matteo Darmian, Marcos Rojo, Ashley Young and Shaw. Our levels of confidence and knowledge are higher so I am happy to start the season.

Manchester United have been linked to the Tottenham Hotspur full back, Danny Rose, in recent weeks and this speculation grew after comments from Rose in an explosive interview with the Sun Newspaper where he said that he would like to play for a club in the north of England.

If Arsenal miss out on a top-four spot again this season, we could see a big shakeup at the Emirates.

Romelu Lukaku, Victor Lindelof and Nemanja Matic have so far arrived this summer, but Mourinho always meant to make four acquisitions.

Talk of the Welshman's UK return has been one of the top stories this summer transfer window, but despite United fans calling the dream over already, fresh reports suggest Mourinho is far from done. "I'm not a hard person to work with, in spite of it looking different sometimes".

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I understand by doing 75 percent of what I asked, the club did very well.

He added: "If the remaining 25 per cent doesn't arrive by August 31, I will not moan". But I think it is unsustainable.

"It's very important for us that our strikers score goals", the midfielder told MUTV.

"We always had more goals with wingers, midfielders getting 10 goals, central defenders getting five goals and last season that did not happen much".

City have spent around 200 million pounds (US$259.46 million) to strengthen their squad in the close-season with other title contenders including Chelsea and Manchester United also spending heavily to bolster their teams.

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