Manchester United's Jose Mourinho declares Premier League toughest EVER!

Manchester United's Jose Mourinho declares Premier League toughest EVER!

Manchester United's Jose Mourinho declares Premier League toughest EVER!

Manchester United signed Benfica defender Victor Lindelof and Chelsea midfielder Nemanja Matic this summer as well as Lukaku.

Koeman's side recently suffered a awful 3-0 defeat to Atalanta during their first match in the Europa League group stage, which the team will be eager to move on from.

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The Portuguese, though, did play down his record in his second seasons at clubs.

As for Everton, from which everyone expects at least a fight at the top of the standings, after the sale Lukaku not only lost the team's top scorer last season, but with it and effectiveness.

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United are one of the favourites to be Premier League champions come May, but Mourinho has consistently refuted that the Reds are the favourites. "For sure I would have kept some of the players that were sold, for sure I would not buy some of the players that were bought". "He's definitely the type of player who can still improve". When asked which United strikers he looked up to when he was younger, he said: "Andy Cole, Ruud van Nistelrooy, Dwight Yorke and, obviously more recently, Wayne Rooney". As the Merseyside club prepare to visit Old Trafford for game week 5, the occasion promises to be much more than just another game of football.

United have started in fantastic form in Mourinho's second season, now topping both the Premier League and UEFA Champions League Group A. The Reds have scored at least two goals in every game since the start of the league campaign.

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The Belgium worldwide striker left Goodison Park for Old Trafford in the summer for a fee of £75 million. "The next game up is Everton, we are going to prepare really well and get another result".

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