Man Utd boss Jose Mourinho avoids Premier League title question

Man Utd boss Jose Mourinho avoids Premier League title question

Jose Mourinho's search for a solution to Manchester United's centre-back problems has reportedly led him to believe Harry Maguire could be the answer.

So far this summer United have brought in three players to try and bridge the gap between them and their city rivals Manchester City, who ran away with the Premier League title by 19 points last season.

The Red Devils boss is exhausted of Martial and his agent's persistent requests for a switch away from the Premier League side.

"The most important thing to him [Mourinho], I think, is results, he'll be judged on that".

Mourinho was speaking to the media in Los Angeles before his side's pre-season friendly against AC Milan on Thursday.

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"I don't think it's about us getting the best out of him, it's about him giving the best he has to give", Mourinho told ESPN.

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"Leicester have been unbelievable to me and I'm really happy there but I'm also an ambitious player and everyone wants to play at the top".

The 2018 edition has been rather tiresome, and it looks especially boring when you juxtapose it against the first two summer Mourinho era transfer windows at United, which brought prolific spending and lots of excitement.

"The first match of the season is against Leicester and the second one is against Brighton", Mourinho said.

"When I look to Brighton, I don't think they have any player that isn't doing a very good preseason with lots of training and matches".

The 25-year-old's stock rose considerably following impressive performances for England at the World Cup.

As you can see from comments made in media availabilities, the window is simply just not going Mourinho's way right now.

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