Jose Mourinho 'not confident' of deadline-day signings

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Jose Mourinho has admitted that every match in the Premier League will be tough for Manchester United this season because of the amount of money spent by clubs during the summer transfer window.

City signed Mahrez from Premier League rivals Leicester this summer for a transfer fee reported by BBC Sport to be worth £60 million.

"It's not about adding because it's fashionable to sign players", Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino said on Thursday.

Bridge said: "If you look at the top 10 individual players, you've got three players over £60m, reportedly, and another six over £30m so the value of the players appears to be steadily nudging up each year".

"Premier League clubs' gross player transfer expenditure of £1.2 billion continues to demonstrate the sheer purchasing power of the most commercially successful football league in the world".

Ralls and his Cardiff City team mates are about to embark on the club's first Premier League campaign since 2013/14.

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One of Mourinho's most trusted lieutenants Nemanja Matic will miss the start of the season due to surgery on an abdominal injury, while Eric Bailly and Ander Herrera are also doubts after picking up knocks in United's final pre-season friendly defeat by Bayern Munich.

Wolves' success last season was built on clean sheets, especially at Molineux, as they marched to promotion as Championship title winners.

After Thibaut Courtois made clear his desire to return to Spain to be closer to his children, Chelsea set their sights on young Spanish goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga to become their new number one.

Brought in from from Ukraine to bolster United's midfield ranks, Brazil worldwide Fred is the marquee signing in what has been a frustrating transfer window for Jose Mourinho. The north London club have often done things differently when it comes to buying and selling players, with chairman Daniel Levy earning a reputation as a hard negotiator who is unafraid to leave things until late in the day. Everton has already broken its transfer record in the off-season by paying Watford £40-million ($67.07-million) for Richarlison, a forward who didn't even make Brazil's World Cup squad.

"You have to keep it in mind, but you have to keep working to get better and better because I am still quite young".

"I hope that the second part of the season, for us, will be very good with a lot of points".

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