Jose Mourinho enjoys dinner with Man United assistants

Jose Mourinho enjoys dinner with Man United assistants

Jose Mourinho enjoys dinner with Man United assistants

"So whatever happens at the start of the season - and of course I hope we get off to a flier - we must stay calm and remember that it's where we are in the table after 38 games that matters, not the first few".

Another former United forward, Wayne Rooney, will make his first Premier League start since rejoining boyhood club Everton when they host Stoke City at Goodison Park on Saturday.

The Red Devils boss has enjoyed success nearly without interruption across a 17-year managerial career, winning eight domestic titles, two Champions Leagues and two Europa Leagues.

Mourinho has spoken of his desire to change that and spend up over a decade at Old Trafford. "Victor [Lindelof] can play right-back, centre midfield", he said.

His side are also "battle-hardened" says Jamie Jackson of The Guardian.

Speaking of Gabriel Jesus, the 20-year old Brazilian has been speaking to the Daily Mail about numerous topics, including how the competition between himself and Aguero can only help the team. "It is big and strong, a powerhouse outfit the manager will instruct to try and bully most opponents".

Following a whirlwind summer than has taken them from Los Angeles to Skopje, Manchester United are finally set to begin the new Premier League season.

But the hard-fought victories, the new additions and a solid pre-season augur well. Inter Milan manager, Luciano Spaletti has stated that the former Wolfsburg man is not for sale, and is a key member of the team going into next season.

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The first club to be promoted to the English Premier League was Brighton & Hove Albion after winning against Wigan Athletic on April 17, 2017, at home.

"Everything is good and strong, but some of them (other clubs) are really strong in the market, so it is going to be hard".

With optimism comes expectation.

Second season syndrome has more regularly been an affliction that sees teams found out after a year of success, sent off into a tailspin as results flounder.

His innate poacher instincts will come in handy for a side who have had the poorest conversion rate among the top seven sides and could prove to be the difference between a battle for fourth and a push for the title.

Inter have demanded around £48m while United are not willing to go past the £40m mark. "Given the Portuguese's backing in the transfer market, he has no excuses if they are not challengers".

Belgium global Lukaku is expected to start up front but it is not clear how Mourinho will settle his attacking formation with Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial keen to start.

The Brazil global thrived under the United boss and was named Chelsea's Player of the Year during Mourinho's final season at Stamford Bridge.

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