Manchester United chiefs hand Jose Mourinho extra funds for late summer spree

Manchester United chiefs hand Jose Mourinho extra funds for late summer spree

"I know him, I know what he's about, I know how efficient he is, I know how good he is as a manager".

Former Everton striker Victor Anichebe told Sky Sports: "I think because his players, the majority of his senior players are not there".

"And that one I gave a list to my club five names a few months ago and I wait to see if it's possible to have one of these players".

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

Karius started last season as Liverpool's second choice goalkeeper, behind Belgium worldwide Simon Mignolet, but a number of impressive performances saw the German shot-stopper finish the campaign firmly as the club's number one.

Meanwhile, after a humiliating loss against Klopp's Liverpool, Mourinho is extremely frustrated with the transfer process of Manchester United.

"I would like to have two more players".

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Man United's enigmatic Portuguese coach complained about his players after the disappointing defeat to Liverpool.

United's England internationals who were involved in the World Cup have also been called upon as Mourinho feels like his team is nowhere near ready for the start of the Premier League season.

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"Smalling? I've no idea", Mourinho said.

Several players from United's first-choice starting line-up, including Paul Pogba, Romelu Lukaku, and Jesse Lingard, are resting after the World Cup and could miss the opening league fixture against Leicester City in less than two weeks' time. He went to see a top world specialist in relation to these kinds of injuries, and he didn't leave the clinic.

The Swiss, who completed his move from Stoke City earlier this month, grabbed Liverpool's fourth as he athletically smashed home Ben Woodburn's cross late in the second half.

United's hierarchy are sympathetic to the manager's unease and there remains optimism that Mourinho could still make a fourth signing, at least.

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