Jose Mourinho reveals priority for deals after deadline day

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It remains to be seen whether Manchester United will up their offer but it may not do any good even if they agree terms with Bayern as the Mirror claim Boateng has called Mourinho to inform him he has no interest in joining Man Utd. [It's about] if you really need [them] or not and then if you can get your target or not. If I felt we could not improve the team I would call my chairman and say: "I leave".

"I think I want to make clear that all are fit, but maybe we need to care for some players and not push them to compete, not take some rash decisions with some players due to their background or for different reasons that we are assessing now after Monday".

"I am not anxious, I am not sad, I am so happy".

"The manager is obviously not happy about the signings he hasn't been able to make and not having certain players available on their pre-season tour, which isn't nice to hear if you are a young kid trying to make your mark on the fringes of the squad".

Manchester United have to defy their own coach José Mourinho's fears of a season of doom and gloom when they kick off the Premier League campaign against Leicester City tomorrow.

The move was created to ease disruption in the first few weeks of the campaign after a number of high-profile players including Alexis Sanchez, Philippe Coutinho and Virgil van Dijk missed matches at the start of last season due to transfer speculation.

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"But despite his current downbeat demeanour, it would be risky to write United or Mourinho off".

"Lets get back to the United style of play".

"We don't seem to be fearless enough in England to do that".

"Arsenal I think are going to be more consistent as a team", Guardiola added.

Romelu Lukaku and Marcus Rashford have since returned from their World Cup exertions but both are unlikely to be fit enough for 90 minutes against Leicester, possibly leaving Sanchez as the focal point of United's attack. "Always, until you finish the game, you can not say "now it's the end of the game". But look, they're not the trophies United want. While no one came in, on the plus side, no senior layer took off for a bigger payday.

"So you'd have to say taking a risk with someone like Ryan or somebody else, a young up-and-coming manager would've been a safer bet".