Jose Mourinho to Buy two players with a £100m transfer budget in January Window
As we well know Jose mourinho did miss out on some remarkable defensive targets in the summer, manchester united Head couch will be handed over £100million to spend in January on two major new signings, according to trending reports.
Despite the wonderful performance they put in in there Sunday win over Everton at Old Trafford, United could be as many as seven points behind Tottenham, should they beat Manchester City at Wembley this evening and overtake Arsenal in fourth place.
Mourinho who had earlier warned both club fans and Management to expect a difficult season after missing out on some his key target these summer is know to have moved for seasoned Premier League defenders Harry Maguire and Toby Alderweireld were reportedly being rallied as the mourinho main target. But executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward, has told the couch that those players did not represent any value for money
Mourinho warned the club’s hierarchy and fans to expect a difficult season after he missed out on a number of his primary transfer targets over the summer.
Moves for seasoned Premier League defenders Harry Maguire and Toby Alderweireld were reportedly vetoed by executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward, who is said to have opined that neither player represented value for money.
Some players being scouted by the United manager are Nikola Milenkovic who was recently scouted, during the international break Bayern Munich’s Jerome Boateng, meanwhile, rejected a move to Untied, while Mourinho’s first choice, Real Madrid’s Raphael Varane, remains unobtainable as of when this report was filed .
According to the Metro, Inter’s Milan Skriniar and Fioretina’s Nikola Milenkovic, scouted by Mourinho during the recent international break, are emerging as potential January targets and Mourinho, according to the Guardian, will be handed the funds to ensure he is not left empty handed in January.
Mourinho will be needing an extra goal scoring forward Romelu Lukaku currently out of form and Alexis Sanchez still struggling to adapt following his high-profile move from Arsenal approaching a year ago.
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