Why Mourinho Is Not Worried About His Next Pick in the Transfer Window

It is just a few days until the transfer window closes and Jose Mourinho has added new additions to his squad.

However, he might need to make a fourth pick to complete his wish list before 31st August but the United boss is not a worried man and that may be due to a number of reasons:

They are doing well at the moment

In their opening game of the season, United thrashed West Ham United 4-0 with their latest signing Romelu Lukaku finding his way onto the score sheet. There is no doubt that Mourinho has a tight game plan going forward. With having signed three key players to his squad, he is likely to add a fourth before the window closes.

At the moment, it is clear in terms of how well the Red Devils are playing and the co-ordination of the players on the pitch to bring results. With consistent and genuine betting tips football predictions for the upcoming games, you will know where to place your odds. It all comes down to how well you analyse future match ups with the season well under way.

There is another transfer window in January

If Mourinho chooses not to add a fourth player this summer before the window closes, then he can do that in January when it opens once again. At the moment he is not under much pressure to bring another star to Old Trafford. United will be able to survive for four months while he evaluates whether to add to his current crop. With Lukaku and Nemanja Matic in great form and players like Luke Shaw and Ashley Young coming back of injury, it is looking good for the former Chelsea man.

He has a lot of options

There are multiple options to ponder for the special one. Although a great signing will reinforce the squad and give their rivals sleepless nights throughout the season, it is no longer a priority.

There is much to do in terms of making the new signings comfortable and developing their style of play. Mourinho is known to offer the best coaching, advice and services to his players but he will need to show his winning side this season. He has many star players at his disposal such as Paul Pogba, Matic, Lukaku, and Juan Mata among others who have shown consistency.

He has already spent much on the three transfers

It is estimated that the transfers of Matic, Victor Lindelof and Lukaku to United are worth over £150million. Although it is not that much bearing in mind that the club is one of the richest, it is still too much for three players. It is rumoured that Mourinho was thinking of bringing in Danny Rose but later decided not to. At the moment, he is trying to persuade the board to spend money on Gareth Bale from Real Madrid for around £100million. If this happens, then United may stand a better chance of winning the Premier League.

All in all, Mourinho is open for anything as he is not feeling the pressure just yet.



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1 Comment

  1. August 31, 2017 at 1:23 am — Reply

    United have in the past dominated in defense, superior in set pieces, in the air, they prided in their physical stamina. The presence of defenders like Steve Bruce, Gary Pallister, Yap Stam, Rio Ferdinand and Vidic was never mistaken. The current crop, Eric Bailly and co. are good defenders but they stand little chance in set pieces arial duels and physic against strikers like Ollivier Giroud, Saido Mane, Peter Crouch, Andy Carroll regardless of super De Gea in goals. No idea why Jose fail to realize that we can only win the Premier league with ease if we buy available big mobile defenders like Van Dyk..

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