Jose Mourinho insists Manchester United's transfer activity is sufficient

Jose Mourinho insists Manchester United's transfer activity is sufficient

I was going to put Chelsea in second but I don't think they've strengthened enough yet.

United's pre-season started with wins against Los Angeles Galaxy and Real Salt Lake.

Even Brighton took some encouragement from the game, despite being unable to emulate fellow newcomer Huddersfield and open with a win. I will go with what I have to try to win everything. Both will just look to enjoy it and play their football like Bournemouth did.

After a fourth-place finish last season, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp splashed out a club-record £43.9 million on Roma winger Mohamed Salah, boosting a squad already brimming with potential. However, they need to maintain momentum and manage fan expectations better. Liverpool is equipped. Chelsea were the champions easily, they lost some players but bought some players.

I wouldn't look any further than Harry Kane.

Defence, they say, wins you titles - and it is true.

"Matic is Matic and that's something that I really like in a player".

The 35-year-old confounded the doubters last season, plundering 28 goals before a serious knee injury brought his maiden campaign at Old Trafford to a shuddering halt.

Lacazette comes to Arsenal with a big reputation after netting more than 20 league goals in each of the past three seasons with French side Lyon.

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But with Barcelona chasing star man Philippe Coutinho, winning Liverpool's first title since 1990 would be a remarkable achievement for Klopp.

Ibra could play again for United in season 17/18. Lukaku has been signed to give Manchester United more of a clinical edge this season.

There's no outstanding favourite and this is the most exciting season. But Guardiola's summer spending is not complete, although he concedes Manchester City will not approach future transfer windows the same way.

Mourinho will be desperate to make a strong start to the new Premier League season. Matic fits the bill on both counts and you wouldn't blame West Ham's players if they shrank a little in the tunnel this afternoon standing alongside him and Lukaku, Pogba and Eric Bailly.

Mourinho told a news conference on Friday: "We have 25 percent left which means one of four - we got a central defender that can play many other positions which is very important".

West Ham are away to Manchester United in their Premier League opener tomorrow with new arrivals Hart, Javier Hernández, Pablo Zabaleta and Marko Arnautovic all in line to make their club debuts. Watford will be in the fight as well if Troy Deeney isn't performing and Burnley will be be in the mix as Sean Dyche doesn't seem aware that there's a transfer window.

"I feel good", he said. Ah yes. In fact, we have neglected to mention 14 more teams, 70per cent of the competition, who will also be playing 38 games over the course of the next nine months.