Prem title more realistic this season - Mou


Jose Mourinho's outfit now looks ready to step up a level from last season and challenge for the Premier League title.

Mourinho confirmed yesterday that the club were in talks about re-signing the Swede for the second half of the new campaign. United have been on Ivan Perisic's tail for a majority of this summer, but recent reports suggest that Jose has now turned his focus on to signing a decent left-back. All of my family wanted me to see me with this shirt more.

"We always had more goals with wingers, midfielders getting 10 goals, central defenders getting five goals and last season that did not happen much".

The midfielder scored the goal at Wembley that took Hull City into English football's top flight.

West Ham have also been active in the transfer market after flirting with the relegation zone last season and could feature Mexico global and ex-United striker Javier Hernandez in attack on Sunday.

"We lost only one match at home and in the cups we never lost, but too many draws". There are two different people with Mourinho.

"Manchester City have the best team on paper", ex-England midfielder Owen Hargreaves told the Premier League official website. United are one of the favourites to lift the trophy this time, despite finishing sixth and 24 points behind Chelsea last term. Sweden's Victor Lindelof looks the ideal partner for Eric Bailly in the centre of defence and Nemanja Matic is a proven asset on the defensive side of midfield duties. His coach will be expecting the Belgian striker to deliver just as Zlatan Ibrahimovic did last season, and he is already doing so.

The Premier League legend said on BBC Sport: "Chelsea I do sense, there is something brewing there, which isn't nice". Mourinho is right that with smaller clubs backed by increasingly large resources, there is a wider context to the transfer market and it's no longer just about which club has the best reputation.

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"I don't think I am going to win it because I always win it in the second season".

Tiemoue Bakayoko played a crucial role in Monaco's league title win semi-final appearance in the Champions League last season, and will hope to have a similar impact for Chelsea.

Another season without silverware will raise serious doubts as to whether he really is the man to carry City to the summit of European football for the first time.

However, storm clouds loom in the form of Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil's contracts as both the players' deals are set to expire at the end of the season.

"They need to get another two or three players I think to have a chance of retaining that title".

The Hammers are not going to make it easy for United at Old Trafford, but one should not be surprised if they fail to win against the Red Devils.

"This time we are all in the same basket and it will be the same for everybody".