Victor Lindelof could be handed central midfield role, suggests Jose Mourinho

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12 Agosto, 2017

Add in Arnautovic and Ayew who will both have a point to prove, and it's not an ideal first Premier League match. "I worked in three other leagues apart from the English one and every opponent gives you a hard time but we are involved in four competitions".

It seems that the first round of "Manchester City" fits in a good game tone and confidence in their abilities. At the King Power stadium, the tie resulted in a draw and at the Emirates, Arsenal won 1-0. He has done so for three clubs, including for the Seagulls in the League Cup in 2008 - the last time the two sides met.

"The West Ham supporters I've spoken to are very happy with the new players".

Jose Mourinho is calling on his Manchester United players to spread out the goals more throughout the team during the new 2017/18 season.

Chelsea star Willian has revealed how he came close to join Jose Mourinho at Manchester United before being convinced to remain at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea lost only five games last season in a 30-win campaign, winning the league title with a 30-5-3 record. "What we had was midfielders and wingers scoring, and even central defenders scoring goals from set pieces", Mourinho said.

"This season, in relation to the Champions League, it is not hard to motivate them against the top teams, I don't need to work at that level, so the motivation is more than enough. If that is going to mean better results and the title, I don't know".

As the 2017/18 Premier League season begins, there are already a lot of anticipations and expectations of who will be the Champions at the end of the season...but there is also a lot of predicting who will lead the race as Top goal scorer.

Deji's brother shared his photo on Twitter and revealed that won't be the kid's last medal as he hopes to win more in his football career.

The Red Devils haven't been quite as busy as some of their Premier League rivals in terms of recruitment this summer, but have still managed to secure the signings of Victor Lindelof, Romelu Lukaku and Nemanja Matic - spending over £100m in the process.


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