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Fourth Summer Signing: Mourinho Reveals The Type Of Player He Wants Bring

13 August 2017

Nothing less than winning the Premier League title will do for Manchester United this season given the players Jose Mourinho has signed, Gary Neville has told Sky Sports. He has also stated that he will discuss his future with Spurs if another club makes a concrete offer for him.

2003: United 4 Bolton 0 The defence of the Premier League crown couldn't have started much better than a four-goal rout of Sam Allardyce's Trotters, inspired by a bright cameo from substitute Cristiano Ronaldo on his much anticipated debut for the club.

The arrivals of defender Victor Lindelof, midfielder Nemanja Matic and striker Romelu Lukaku have also improved the squad.

Mourinho knows they were over-reliant on the injured ex-Sweden striker's goals and wants more support for this season's main man Romelu Lukaku.

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Ibrahimovic's one-year deal at Old Trafford expired in June and was not extended following the injury.

A wide man has always been of interest, but Mourinho claims he is also looking for a left-back, even though he admires Luke Shaw's attitude in coming back from another injury and the England defender will be given a chance to re-establish himself. Our levels of confidence and knowledge are higher so I am happy to start the season.

'I was thinking, three transfer windows, I need that. "We are winners, everyone here wants to win", he continued.

"I am not a hard person to work with, and I understand the reality of the market".

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"I am not a hard person to work with and I understand the reality of the market, I understand the reality of the numbers - and I also understand that my club by doing 75 per cent of what I initially asked, I think the club did very well".

The gap between the second and first tier may prove to be too large for Brighton and Huddersfield, though I fancy they'll win a lot of admirers along the way.

"That's what I love most about this squad: the players always give everything", he wrote. I think every one of us is equipped to win the title.

"Victor [Lindelof] can play right-back and can play central midfield. Obviously the 25 per cent would be a player for another position, playing from the sides".

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"It's the way I trust the player is going to perform, so I think it was a fantastic signing for us".

Fourth Summer Signing: Mourinho Reveals The Type Of Player He Wants Bring