Man United 'want to win everything' this season - Pogba

Rufina Vignone
Agosto 12, 2017

Mourinho has won the domestic league title at the end of his second year in each of his five major management jobs.

He achieved the feat at Porto, Chelsea twice, Inter Milan and Real Madrid, with the only exceptions to the rule being his first two management roles, at Benfica and Uniao de Leiria, where he lasted less than a season in both cases.

Success for us this year is breaking that 40-point barrier and maintaining our Premier League status for the following season, and that entails competing with teams such as Bournemouth, Burnley and Watford.

However, the club did win the Europa League and the League Cup, giving the manager a platform of success on which to build.

Diame - who has played in the Premier League for Hull, West Ham United and Wigan Athletic - believes that he's already benefitting from a summer's rest.

"In the Premier League, I'd say seven teams will fight for the title and 20 fight for the victory in every game, every match". They have to deliver and kill teams off.

"There is no guarantee but naturally a manager in his second season knows the club and the players better".

The Red Devils are now preparing for their Premier League opener against West Ham United at Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon as they look to kick their season off with three points.

"The four who finished in front of us", the Arsenal manager said, referencing Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City and Liverpool before adding: "If you include us and Manchester United".

The Red Devils haven't been quite as busy as some of their Premier League rivals in terms of recruitment this summer, but have still managed to secure the signings of Victor Lindelof, Romelu Lukaku and Nemanja Matic - spending over £100m in the process.

However, Mourinho has lost a number of key players to long-term injury, including defenders Marcos Rojo and Luke Shaw, and wing-back Ashley Young.

Diame had to choose between Premier League football with Hull - and another season in the Championship with Newcastle United. I think that the sheer amount of money spoken about in today's bloated transfer market has blinded people when it comes to appraising the standard of the Premier League, especially in comparison to that of the Championship. The top seven, we are all in Europe. Though he's mostly featured at center back or right back for the USA, Cameron is often utilized as a defensive midfielder for the Potters and will look forward to being back in full health to start the season after a hyperextended knee kept him out for much of the middle portion of last campaign. It is going to be the same for everybody.

"It's the league I want to play in".

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