Liverpool legend expects West Ham United star to flourish this season

Liverpool legend expects West Ham United star to flourish this season

Liverpool legend expects West Ham United star to flourish this season

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has not ruled out bringing in a fourth signing before the transfer window closes but insists he will not moan or cry if no more new faces arrive.

We put all those questions, and more, to our ambassador Chris Sutton, when we met up with him for a chat ahead of the big kick-off this weekend.

Heading into his second year at Manchester United, though, there is hope, perhaps expectation, of a tilt at the Premier League title.

"But with the quality City have got I would expect them to be very strong title contenders".

With 14 clean sheets and just 29 goals conceded last season, De Gea is sure to do just as well, if not better this campaign. "I don't think I am in a position of moaning, crying, contesting or to say I am not happy with it", the Portugese continued.

Referring to the club's remaining transfer business, Mourinho said: '25% means one of four, and we got a central defender that can play in many other positions, which is important.

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"I think Manchester United will win the Premier League because Mourinho has never failed in a second season", Crespo said in a Q&A via the Mirror.

"Of course we tried to buy good defenders to defend the duels, good situations". He's made history everywhere with Porto, Inter and now he can do it with Manchester United. The Arsenal manager should have left after winning the FA Cup at the end of last season.

"Going forward, I don't think that there is anyone who can match us because we have so many attacking options and great players".

"We have had a better pre-season than past year and we have the confidence levels of a team that has won a European competition and returned to the Champions League".

"We have a central midfielder and striker, so obviously another player would be one coming from the sides". But while he was successful eventually in reuniting with Matic, Chelsea have stood firm on Willian, who remains very happy at Cobham and very much focused on continuing the wining habit he's established with the club over the last four years.

On the domestic front, Manchester United signed Romelu Lukaku in a deal that could amount to B£90million while Arsenal, Liverpool, Chelsea and Everton have also paid some big fees. It's sure to be a tight race but when we asked Chris Sutton to tell us who he thinks is going to miss out, he turned his attention to north London...

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