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12 Agosto 2017, 09:32 | Cornelio Vivanco
After all, Zlatan proved he can thrive in the EPL after netting 28 goals and 10 assists in 46 matches across all competitions last term.
Ideally, Jose Mourinho would like to add another new face or two to his Manchester United squad this summer.
Reports have even suggested Paris Saint-Germain's Serge Aurier has agreed a deal to join the Premier League giants, but Mourinho is confident new signing Lindelof can fill the role if no one else comes in. "I think it is the objective of every one of the top teams and every one of the top team managers", Mourinho said. What we had was midfielders, wingers, scoring, central defenders scoring goals at set pieces.
Liverpool and Tottenham push the boundaries on physical endurance as they press, press then press some more.
To achieve domestic success, however, the 54-year-old is aware his side needs a more balanced distribution of scorers.
"But if he plays tomorrow it is the clearest signal that he is staying there".
"When I was young I was doing the same. They're up against it but with Marathonbet flying pigs - how can you rule out Brighton from achieving the extraordinary". The lack of alternate forward options once again saw Mourinho's team fall short.
Defense wins titles, but goals are what the people want.
"I'm happy to start Sunday - we are ready".
The Red Devils have also been linked with a move to sign Real Madrid winger Gareth Bale in the current transfer window.
Last season, Mourinho eventually had to prioritise the Europa League over the Premier League in a bid to secure Champions League football. The club will still run an attack-first mentality, but the improved personnel on defence should help patch up last season's biggest weakness.
Giroud has scored sevenPremier League goals as a substitute since August 2016, three more than any other player in the division.
Mourinho confirmed the talks in a recent interview. Last season two were not. The bigger catch here is - Real Madrid will only let him go for £180 million.
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