Mourinho Wants A Wide Player To Wrap Up Summer Transfer Activity

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"I'm not a hard person to work with, in spite of it looking different sometimes".

March believes that the high transfer fees are a reflection of the quality in the league but says Brighton are not intimidated by bigger teams or anxious by the general consensus that they will be relegated after just one season. "They're up against it but with Marathonbet flying pigs - how can you rule out Brighton from achieving the extraordinary".

United will open their 2017-18 Premier League campaign with a home date against West Ham on Sunday.

"It would be better to lose two or three matches but win three or four more matches, and then we would have six to eight more points. That's my aim and at the end of the season we will see the results". It's been far too long since we said farewell to football and I've been resigned to watching highlights of old West Ham United matches on YouTube.

Liverpool finished in fourth place last season and manager Jurgen Klopp has brought in Egyptian winger Mohamed Salah, Domimic Solanke and Scottish defender Andy Robertson to improve his squad.

Matic was sold to Manchester United for a £40m fee and the Serb will undoubtedly strengthen the spine of Jose Mourinho's side as they bid to contend for the Premier League title.

"We [Lukaku and Pogba] talked about it last season, wondering if one day we would play together and it's happened this season so I'm very happy". I think it comes down to our four away games which will be the draining aspect of the first few weeks of the Premier League season.

Champions: Manchester City. Pep Guardiola has made key additions to his defence and with Gabriel Jesus ready to take the Premier League by storm and Sergio Aguero anything but a busted flush, they have the best attack in the country. Scoring goals, that's what we were expecting. The Portuguese thus did enough and he remains very popular among players, most staff and fans, but expectations are greater for this season.

Ederson Moraes insists he's unperturbed by his status as the most expensive goalkeeper in history following his move to Manchester City earlier this summer.

Despite ending last season on a high thanks to their FA Cup triumph against Chelsea, divisions still run deep at Arsenal over Arsène Wenger's lack of success in the Premier League and Europe over the past 13 years.

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