Manchester United - Mourinho spent much of the close-season complaining - about everything - and his board's failure to land any first-team signings other than Brazil worldwide Fred looks set to be a bone of contention for the Manchester United manager. The speculation and failure to properly bolster the side has stirred up a lot of disquiet amongst the Red Devil's camp.The unease has seemed to have relaxed, with the odds-on favourite Manchester United being able to see off the advances of Leicester City, especially during a home performance. After a three month break, Premier League football has returned. In an impressive season, Alisson kept 22 clean sheets in 37 games and led his club to a 3rd place finish in the Serie A and a semi-final exit in the Champions League.
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Versatile full-back Matteo Darmian has been linked with a return to Italy, but injuries to summer signing Dalot and the experienced Antonio Valencia leaves them short at right-back.
The English Premier League's (EPL) transfer window closed on August 9 with more than 1 billion euros spent by the teams.
But Mourinho accepted early on Thursday he was unlikely to get his wish.
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Indeed Champions League-bound Tottenham became the first club since Newcastle in 2013 not to make a permanent signing and the first since the introduction of the current transfer window system in 2003 not to bring in a single player all summer. "It doesn't matter who you are playing in the Premier League, they are tough", said Moyes. Yet Maguire stayed put, with Manchester United's interest never really crystalising, and Leicester now have genuine depth of quality among their back four.
Leicester City is now awaiting Soyuncu's work permit.
The Red Devils are now preparing for their third season under Jose Mourinho as they look to try and mount a title challenge next term.
And more fans than the Club cares to acknowledge recognise the challenges and achievements of running a sustainable business and building a top class stadium.
"With Premier League clubs' aggregate revenues forecast to reach £5bn in 2018-19, clubs can well afford to significantly invest in on-pitch talent in the quest for both success and survival".
Football finance expert Rob Wilson of Sheffield Hallam University said: "Clubs invested heavily past year when we saw nearly £1.5bn being spent. That's reversing the trend we've seen in the last few years".