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EPL: Man United, West Ham Go For Showdown At Old Traford
13 August 2017, 08:54 | Pamela Mathis
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Jose Mourinho believes Manchester United are equipped to maintain his remarkable second season success rate by winning the Premier League title this term.
West Ham have made some smart additions this summer, but United seem primed to return to the role of title contenders.
Lukaku likes playing West Ham, and before the game had bagged nine goals in his last 10 games against them for Everton.
Manchester United have spent the last two transfer windows building a team of giants. Benfica and Portuguese league is not the challenge the Premier League is week in, week out. He doesn't need time to adapt, he's not a young guy who came from another country, he's not somebody that needs to learn the Premier League.
Despite Marouane Fellaini impressing against Real, Herrera is likely to continue alongside Paul Pogba in midfield.
A wide man has always been of interest, but Mourinho claims he is also looking for a left-back, even though he admires Luke Shaw's attitude in coming back from another injury and the England defender will be given a chance to re-establish himself.
Jose Mourinho has revealed that he is still in the market for another player, and has "twenty five percent" of his transfer business left to complete. The Mexican is a fans favourite at Old Trafford after four highly successful years with United, and should get a good reception from both sets of fans.
Hammers manager Slaven Bilic will count on the link between the Austrian, Mexican and intelligent forward Andre Ayew to inspire more attacking impetus this season.
Eric Bailly and Phil Jones, the centre-back pairing against West Ham, did nothing to suggest they won't start again at Swansea next week. Barcelona wants the deal completed by the end of the week, with £120 million expected to be the fee, however, the Daily Star says Liverpool is refusing to negotiate over its star player. The former winger says he wants to see more of United's last 30 minutes and not the first 60 they showed on Tuesday night against Real Madrid.
"Huddersfield may have signed 11 players but still I still expect them to have a tough experience along with Brighton".
West Ham's season will depend on Arnautovic supplying the chances for Hernandez to prove he can still score goals in the Premier League.
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