Jose Mourinho: Man Utd boss 'not confident' of transfer deadline day signing

Jose Mourinho: Man Utd boss 'not confident' of transfer deadline day signing

"It was a very good Premier League game against a good team".

The rest of Europe would in fact have to spend five times more than they now have, combined, to spend as much as the three Premier League sides.

The only addition to the north London club in the new season is a new stadium and even that won't be ready for the first month - at least. "Of course, it's hard to understand for people that Tottenham didn't sign or sell players, but sometimes in football you need to behave differently", he said.

Bridge said: "If you look at the top 10 individual players, you've got three players over £60m, reportedly, and another six over £30m so the value of the players appears to be steadily nudging up each year".

Football may not have come home this summer, but just how quickly the likes of England captain Harry Kane and the rest of the Premier League's World Cup stars can focus on club matters again remains to be seen.

Riyadh Mahrez played a pivotal role in leading Leicester City to their historic league title glory, winning the Premier League "PFA Player of The Year" award that year.

Last season's top two teams spent nothing on Thursday.

More news: Fabregas: Chelsea Must Find A Way To Keep Hazard

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is pictured during the Pre Season Friendly match Bayern Munich v Manchester United in Allianz Arena, Munich, August 5, 2018.

Mourinho was sacked by Chelsea in December 2015 with the then-Premier League champions languishing in 16th, just one point above the relegation places.

"Last season was fantastic!"

Liverpool and Chelsea each in turn broke the world record fee for a goalkeeper, signing Alisson Becker and Kepa Arrizabalaga respectively, among some of the big-money moves.

The club's owners have close links to super agent Jorge Mendes, who counts Cristiano Ronaldo as one of his clients, and a number of his players now turn out for the east Midlands side.

"You have to keep it in mind, but you have to keep working to get better and better because I am still quite young". Mina, who was a target of Manchester United signed for Everton for 30.25 million on a five-year contract. The Foxes grabbed one goal back through Jamie Vardy's strike during the injury-time but it was too late for Claude Puel's troops to stage a comeback.