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Last-Minute Signings Jose Mourinho MUST Make

Last-Minute Signings Jose Mourinho MUST Make

On the other hand, Italian clubs can sign players till August 17. They finish off pre-season preparations by heading to the Allianz Arena on Saturday to play Bayern Munich.

The Portuguese revealed this week that he hopes to add at least two more signings before the transfer window closes next week.

United slumped to a 4-1 defeat by league rivals Liverpool in the pre-season International Champions Cup on Sunday and will be looking to avoid another dismal result when they take on Champions League holders Real Madrid on Wednesday.

"I think because his players, the majority of his senior players are not there", he said on Sky Sports News.

"It's our nature, it's our way of being - you always want more for your team".

"More or less, I know". He struggled to play last term, featuring just 8 times in the Premier League.

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"It seems the pressure is ramping up on Jose Mourinho before the season has even kicked off and we think if he does leave Old Trafford then Pochettino and Simeone and will be the two names firmly top of the list of candidates to replace him", said Coral's Harry Aitkenhead.

"It's not like the gaffer to make an oversight in his match preparations, so it seemed odd that he would inadvertently have played each of us almost 235 miles out of position", Mata continued. It gets later and later, the season seem to get earlier and earlier and it's really a challenge for everyone.

Rojo is attracting interest from Premier League newboys Wolverhampton Wanderers whilst Darmian is coveted by both the Milan clubs.

"You look at other countries with lots of players in the World Cup they start later - Spain and Italy starts later".

"I am not a big fan of some player to start the Premier League with one club and a couple of weeks later the transfer window is still open and he moves to another club and he plays against his former club".

Mourinho has been critical of players who he feels are still on a post-World Cup break and has expressed disappointment in the lack of a transfer market during the tour of the United States.