Mourinho doesn't envisage Yerry Mina at Manchester United

Mourinho doesn't envisage Yerry Mina at Manchester United

Mourinho doesn't envisage Yerry Mina at Manchester United

Tottenham have become the first team in Premier League history not to make a summer signing since the transfer window's inception in 2003.

Whatever the explanation, the lack of new faces compounds issues surrounding the United squad heading into the Premier League season. I'm just not sure, they've got themselves in a situation now where they're desperate.

But Mourinho has been keen on bolstering his squad further after they finished second last season, 19 points behind champions Manchester City.

United are set to open the new season at home to Leicester on Friday, with it imperative that they get off to a flying start.

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Earlier, Team India captain Virat Kohli had also stressed upon the fact when he was asked regarding the Indian batsmen. At the same time, your batsmen need to make runs. "Every time you turn up here the surfaces can be quite different".

"We have a very good squad, with very good players and it is very hard to add players to that", Pochettino said.

Speaking to the Mirror, he said, "I'm a United fan".

The Foxes, though, are in advanced talks to sign two centre-backs - Filip Benkovic from Dinamo Zagreb and Caglar Soyuncu from Freiburg - at a combined cost of about £35m. It's true of just about anything in life- when you're standing still, you're actually falling behind.

From his first weeks in Manchester, Mourinho insisted Sanchez's struggles would be forgotten when he hit the ground running after a full pre-season under his belt.

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Football League clubs will be able to do both until the end of August, though. Manchester City have signed Melbourne City's wonderkid Daniel Arzani .

Yet, United could end up facing one of Mourinho's top targets in Harry Maguire at Old Trafford, with Leicester reportedly holding out for a world-record fee for a defender to land one of England's key players during a run to the World Cup semifinals.

"It's going to be hard away from home at Manchester United, but it's something that we're going to have to be fearless enough to try".

He said: "They have brought in a £60million goalkeeper (Alisson), I think Naby Keïta will make a great impact, we know of Xherdan Shaqiri's quality, and they have added Fabinho to the mix as well". Here are the best of them.

"The players from previous year 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.

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Asked if Elkin's comments reflected Netanyahu government policy, an Israeli official close to the prime minister declined comment. Israel, the United States and other Western countries regard Hamas as a terrorist organization.

"It doesn't really look like the players enjoy. playing the way they do", Scholes told AFP in Hong Kong, where he was promoting 433 Token, a blockchain-based system aimed at nurturing young talent.

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