Arsenal Injury News Ahead Of Manchester City Match Released

Arsenal Injury News Ahead Of Manchester City Match Released

"The Reds look to have improved in a number of key areas this season and the signing of Brazilian keeper Alisson could be the last piece in the jigsaw".

Harry Maguire, who could face United for Leicester on Friday, Bayern Munich's Jerome Boateng and Toby Alderweireld of Tottenham were all linked with United, while Atletico Madrid's Diego Godin emerged as a late target on Thursday.

Premier League clubs spent £1.2bn on transfer-in of players in the first abbreviated summer transfer window ending 9 August.

"Like any big club, they need some silverware - in his first season at Old Trafford, 2016-17, Mourinho won two trophies - the League Cup and Europa League - but he won nothing last season".

"I think Man City are favourites once again".

There may be some worry that their World Cup stars - Kevin De Bruyne, Raheem Sterling, John Stones, to name only three - will start the campaign slowly, but the squad has such strength in depth that City will cope with any early-season fatigue.

Spurs failed to make an addition to their squad over the summer, meaning they will go into the new season with the same squad that finished the last one.

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On the race to finish in the top four and secure Champions League football, Barnes added: "Manchester United, you know the harmony isn't great there, but they've obviously got great players, a great manager".

"I told that during pre-season it looked like I was saying something absolutely out of order, something insane, I repeat and maybe tomorrow the reaction is the same: Pre-season hard when you don't have your players to work, as simple as that".

"I left Manchester City at the end of last season in a good place and I wanted to pick up where we left off".

The Brazil worldwide was, until Chelsea signed Kepa Arrizabalaga last week, the world's most expensive goalkeeper following his £65m move from Roma.

Mauricio Pochettino pushed to sign Aston Villa's Jack Grealish but that deal became dead and led to the North Londoners finishing the reduced window with a grand total of zero signings. "We believe we have a good squad".

"Tottenham have signed anybody".

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