Mourinho says Manchester United still in the market for a winger

Mourinho says Manchester United still in the market for a winger

Manchester City are not just the favourites on account of how much they have spent, but also because they will put together passages of play that, with the talent they have available, will be hard to stop.

"We just made it for 60-70 percent for the chances we created and that's poor", he said.

"We were quite good last year on corners and with a bit of work we can get that out of our system", added Wenger, who has been given another two years in charge of Arsenal.

"Like a lot of top teams here in England and around the world, always they are looking for the best possible".

Both teams, who are playing in the Premier League for the first time, meet three of the top six in their final four games.

We begin with with two of those teams.

He said the 30 year-old, who scored the victor in tonight's 4-3 win over Leicester, was "at the top of his game" and that he had never wanted to move him on.

And that leads us to the red half of Merseyside, where Liverpool find themselves in a similar boat to Arsenal. "If the remaining 25 per cent don't arrive I will not moan, I will just go with everything I have to try to win every match I play".

With the price of players on a sharp upward curve this summer, Guardiola feels the fees being paid are unsustainable over the long-term and will soon come down.

"You know, I must say I opened the door for him at some stage because I know that it's important for him to play". I don't think I am in a position of moaning, crying, contesting or to say I am not happy with it. Then, when you're in the Champions League last 16 draw, anything can happen.

'However, it's the Man City situation that's the concern and we've seen it all before with Robin van Persie's move to Manchester United'.

"But it is going to finish, it is unsustainable".

The 35-year-old free agent, who scored 28 goals for the club last season, is battling back to fitness after suffering a cruciate knee ligament injury in April, though, and Mourinho insisted there is no rush to get a deal done.

As we commence the 2017-18 Premier League season tonight, it's time to celebrate another end to an offseason.

Will Antonio Conte and his Chelsea team retain their title glory for a second season, or will they concentrate on a competition they were left out of last season? Ederson is likely to start between the posts, while Kyle Walker and Danilo are also in the frame.