Man Utd boss Mourinho won't suffer third season crisis - Big Sam

Man Utd news Jose Mourinho

Man Utd news Jose Mourinho

"I'll keep working hard and if the manager needs me I'll be ready". I think he was just voicing that frustration. I think that it's possible I'm going to have one.

Manchester United are winding down their nightmarish preseason, as tomorrow night brings their final International Champions Cup clash, versus Real Madrid in Miami.

Since the former Real Madrid coach joined the club, he has spent 433m euros on 11 signings, only surpassed by six teams in those three seasons; Manchester City with 601m euros, Barcelona with 572m euros, Juventus with 571m euros, Paris Saint-Germain at 561m euros, Chelsea at 450m euros and Liverpool at 449m euros.

With nine players injured, Mourinho is keen to have the eight players who were granted extended breaks due to their exertions in Russian Federation return to training a week before they were supposed to. This summer? No, I am happy with our players, to be honest, so I don't see the need.

Manchester United are aiming to challenge for the Premier League title next season as they look to try and bounce back from their trophyless campaign last term.

United's problems were on display in a lackluster performance against arch-rivals Liverpool in a pre-season game in the U.S. on Saturday.

United play one more friendly after the conclusion of the ICC, against Bayern Munich at Allianz Arena, before they kick-off the new Premier League season at home to Leicester City on August 10.

Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera has been praised by his manager Jose Mourinho. The midfielder played in six of Les Bleus' seven matches in Russian Federation.

"We are not playing here to improve the team or improve our dynamic".

"He came from the World Cup with an injury, and the time he had to rest in the holiday was not enough to resolve the problem", Mourinho said.

"I feel like I am president of the Jose Mourinho fan club", Stillitano said.

Fosu-Mensah spent last season on loan at Crystal Palace but the 20-year-old wants to stay in Manchester and hopes his versatility impresses Mourinho.

"It's a big club and I want to show my football too and you can see on the pitch that I have a lot of experience too".

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