I won't cry over transfers — Mourinho

I won't cry over transfers — Mourinho

United were the lowest scorers of the Premier League's top seven last season with just 54.

The Portuguese told the media he is in no position to "moan" because the United hierarchy has provided him 75 per cent of his targets: striker Romelu Lukaku, centre-back Victor Lindelof and midfielder Nemanja Matic. What we had was midfielders, wingers, scoring, central defenders scoring goals at set pieces.

Mourinho has proven to England that he has serious intentions for United, this could see a step in the right direction.

Townsend's old employers Chelsea are the defending champions and he thinks it likely the forthcoming title race will be a showdown between them, Manchester City and Manchester United. While Mata lacks the pace Mourinho is looking for, he could possibly fit into a more central role sitting up in front of Pogba as a CAM.

The contentious areas in this team are out wide - on the wings and also at left-back. But there were too many draws. However Bilic will be going with the intent to get something if possible.

If you paid any attention to Manchester United football last season, you would know that Mkhitaryan scored an absolute beauty.

"There was not a new contract, but there was a space of time for everybody to think, feel and decide". Thus, to put here stands on "total more than 2.5".

"He wants more football at the highest level, so we are having conversations and discussing the possibility of him staying for the second part of the season".

Tottenham's Harry Kane finished last season with eight goals in his last three games as he surged past Lukaku to win his second successive Golden Boot.

"I appreciate the good words about myself that Mourinho speaks".

Liverpool - The Reds have added Mohamed Salah and Dominic Solanke, but they haven't signed nearly enough players to be challenging for the title.

Townsend feels the Amex Stadium outfit have every chance of a long-term future in the Premier League should they beat the drop this time.

"He is still a great player and great person and he makes everything better".