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The 2017/2018 Premier League Kicks off on Flow

12 Agosto 2017

Crespo of course worked with Mourinho at Chelsea and won a title under the manager, and thinks that the United boss will pull it out of the bag in his second season at Old Trafford.

The 27-year-old Spain international continued his fine form during Tour 2017, presented by Aon, and he played in all bar of the matches, which he missed with a slight knock.

"I don't think I am going to win it because I always win it in the second season". Asked about their ambitions, Mourinho said: "Yes we can win [the Premier League]".

"How will you adjust to the Premier League?".

He added: "Because Manchester United is a real giant, it doesn't matter if the club is somewhat far away from that level for three, four, five or 10 years".

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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The Portuguese coach had made no secret of his desire to bring in four new faces before the new season started, wanting a striker, centre-back, midfielder and wide-man.

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"Do I have to be more of a leader?"

Chelsea's title success last season was thoroughly deserved and fascinating in the way it followed a tactical tweak, but it wasn't the program that had been billed.

Mohamed Diame turned his back on the Premier League a year ago.

This means that Mourinho is in the rare position of having a young team at his disposal.

Roman Abramovich's side used to be defined by three stalwarts: defender John Terry, midfielder Frank Lampard and striker Didier Drogba.

It's all change at Liverpool, too, where Lucas Leiva's move to Lazio means that Jon Flanagan is now their longest-serving player.

United had also been linked with Gareth Bale as a potential wing option, though the Real Madrid star reaffirmed his commitment to the Spanish giants after a brief flirtation with Mourinho. Mike Ashley has a lot to answer for. City have goals aplenty in their locker, from all over the pitch and on the bench, whichever formation Pep Guardiola lines up with.

Diame, signed for £5million, struggled for form in the Championship.

The 2017/2018 Premier League Kicks off on Flow