Jose Mourinho 'expects a lot' of his players who need to be 'tougher, stronger and faster' to succeed in the Premier League, according to Arjen Robben. The Bayern Munich veteran won six trophies under the Portuguese in three seasons at Chelsea, including two league titles, and quickly established himself as one of Europe's most exciting wingers.
The wait goes on. Manchester United have already pulled off the surprise of the summer by gazumping Chelsea in the race to sign Romelu Lukaku . And while it seems that fourth summer signing will elude United, it is unlikely Jose Mourinho will hit the panic button come the turn of the year. The Portuguese, generally, does not use the January transfer window to make big-money signings unless he allows a player to leave as a gesture of goodwill.
Manchester United won't need to dust off that faulty fax machine anytime soon - when it comes to David de Gea at least. Refreshingly, talk has instead turned to landing that crucial fourth signing as Jose Mourinho looks to put together a sustained title challenge. Having assembled a settled and committed group, Mourinho would loathe to lose Marouane Fellaini - let alone his No.1 goalkeeper.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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