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These pictures show how sure Morata was of joining Man United

Montrelle Montesinos | 17 Julio, 2017, 19:22

That is what every manager wants, to be strong enough to make their own decisions to forget the media opinions, the pundits' opinions and the supporters' opinions.

None of the three are expected to play any part of the tour matches, but being included in the 27-man party suggests Mourinho wants them to be part of the group, rather than staying at home in Manchester.

"Many clubs in the Premier League simply refuse to sell their best players and that is fantastic, it makes the competition so hard".

Lakuku was the first player to score 50 Premier League goals before his 23rd birthday, and the first to find the back of the net 80 times before he turned 24.

Mourinho revealed they are looking to bring in at least two more signings for the new season. Madrid has decided and we have not come to an agreement.

"That came from the manager Sir Alex Ferguson when I went to United and it was then passed down through the dressing room by the likes of Giggsy, Gary Neville and Scholesy". However, United and Real could not come to a financial agreement regarding the move, as it appears the La Liga giants were asking for more than the Premier League club were willing to pay.

The Red Devils had the same number of Premier League losses in 2016-17 as EPL champion Chelsea - five. "The players like to come here from a social point of view". "He's the kind of player that everybody knows he's a striker so we're not speaking about a multi-functional player or create doubts about positions on the pitch".

But since he departed in 2013, United has never finished higher than fourth in the Premier League.

Mourinho has won league titles in Portugal, Italy, Spain and England.

"We don't have our door closed". I am over the moon. But as he found out against LA Galaxy on Saturday, he has the players to do something different. But it's a Real Madrid's right to ask for their players the amount of money that they want.

Barcelona are seeking the successor to Andres Iniesta and have been closely linked with Paris Saint-Germain's Marco Verratti, per MailOnline's Rory Callaghan, but Herrera may no longer be considered an alternative target.