Mourinho Labels Manchester United Midfield General As "Monster"!

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Jose Mourinho has admitted that every match in the Premier League will be tough for Manchester United this season because of the amount of money spent by clubs during the summer transfer window.

On Saturday London rivals Tottenham Hotspurs and Chelsea also earned expected wins with Mauricio Pochettino's men earning a 2-1 victory over an unlucky Newcastle side.

Pochettino's belief is strengthened by Tottenham's success in persuading a number of key players, including England striker Harry Kane - the World Cup golden boot victor - to sign new contracts. Tottenham goes into the season banking on what it had past year, mainly Harry Kane, the World Cup's Golden Boot victor.

A new Premier League season is upon us, and what better way for Paul Pogba to mark the occasion than with a fresh hair cut?

The 32-year-old played for his old club Everton last season and recently moved to the MLS where he joined D.C. United.

"Have the European clubs been holding back, almost, and waiting for the Premier League window to close?"

Kepa Arrizabalaga never made it on the pitch for Spain in Russian Federation but Chelsea broke the transfer record for a goalkeeper by meeting an 80 million euro ($93 million) buyout clause from Athletic Bilbao on Wednesday as a replacement for Thibaut Courtois.

Nuno Espirito Santo knows his team must remain hard to break down in the Premier League and he was unhappy at conceding two goals at home.

It has been a wretched start to the campaign for Manchester United, several players are keen to walk away from the camp, the transfer talks are not quite falling into place and now Jose Mourinho would want to make an impression when the games begin. Mina, who was a target of Manchester United signed for Everton for 30.25 million on a five-year contract.

Just 10 days ago the Portuguese spoke of his confidence that United would get at least one of those deals over the line, but that now looks increasingly unlikely as Thursday's 5pm deadline comes into sight.

But Spurs have fallen short in the Premier League title race in each of the last two seasons, building a belief among fans that the squad need more depth if they are to win major silverware.

"But I keep saying and thinking and feeling that the second last season was one of my biggest achievements in the game".

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