Man Utd need two deadline day deals - Rooney

Man Utd need two deadline day deals - Rooney

Fulham signalled its determination to stay in the Premier League by becoming the first promoted team to spend over 100 million pounds ($128 million) in the summer transfer window.

Mourinho remains in the market ahead of the window slamming shut on Thursday, and Rooney hopes to see late movement that will make his former club more competitive.

According to Deloitte's spokesperson, Tim Bridge, just 14 per cent of that figure, which is £175m, was spent on transfers between two Premier League clubs - an unforeseen outcome of the league's window, closing before the rest of Europe.

"I am not focused on back-to-back".

Mourinho has admitted this morning that he is "not confident" of any new arrivals before tonight's 5pm transfer deadline so he'll have to work with what he's got as Claude Puel's Leicester visit Old Trafford. "The information I have is no", he replied matter-of-factly.

Wright said in his column for The Sun: 'Of course Manchester City are the team to beat again and, of course, finishing above Pep Guardiola's men is far easier said than done.

"They returned on Monday, trained Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and today so you can imagine they are not really fit and ready but we have needs", Mourinho said.

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"Because it is very important their feeling and to understand how they think they can help or not help".

"My view is that first of all it is hard for me to believe that we finished second when I listen, when I read - not much but sometimes I do", the United boss said.

Marcus Rashford, Phil Jones, Victor Lindelof and Romelu Lukaku made slightly early returns so could be involved on Friday, perhaps helping to boost the mood of a manager who has looked downbeat for much of the summer.

"Since nine years, every season - except the first when I arrived at Barcelona".

"My view is that, first of all, is hard for me to believe we finished second", he said.

"It is hard for me to understand, to feel, to believe we finish second - which I keep saying".

But Liverpool have won the last four meetings between the two sides, albeit only one of those was in the Premier League.

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