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Mourinho: Man United will compete with Europe's best in two years

Mourinho: Man United will compete with Europe's best in two years

The newspaper says that Arsenal have chose to bow to those demands and have put a deal on the table worth £300,000 a week, with the ball now back in Sanchez's court. Alexis will not be available for example, so I can not go into the game with too many uncertainties.

Manchester United begin their bid to be genuine Premier League title contenders on Sunday when they face West Ham United knowing that an improvement in home form is vital.

The equalizer did come soon after, though, with new signing Harry Maguire heading a ball by the far post to the goal mouth, where Shinji Okazaki finished with a header of his own.

"I'm convinced in 10 or 15 years it will not necessarily be a football specialist who is a manager of a club", he said.

When asked if Arsenal have received bids for Sanchez, Wenger replied: "I can not tell you that".

"I rate him as a player but we have similar types with Alex Iwobi, Jack Wilshere back".

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Arsenal have of course been dogged in their determination to keep Alexis, and have seen the likes of PSG and Barcelona linked with the player, along with the more remote possibilities of Chelsea and Manchester United. The Foxes did recover at the end of last season to move up to the middle of the table, and they added 20-year-old Manchester City attacker Kelechi Iheanacho, who scored 4 goals and had 3 assists in just over 500 minutes in league play last season. "I can take a gamble on one, maybe maximum two, but I focus more on the players who had the right number of competitive minutes in recent weeks".

"Sanchez will definitely not be available for Leicester", said the Arsenal boss.

"I think we are not open to any offers anyway".

"No", he replied when asked whether any players are closer to departing the club. I bring this up again because I can't believe that these Fall sports are already back. Despite being held in the box, Giroud got up and powered a header just over the bar, unleashing a roar at the Emirates from fans who were expecting the worst as Leicester's lead carried on into the match.

The reason behind this is that the Premier League side want rid of the defensive midfielder for good rather than run the risk of seeing him return from an unsuccessful loan spell.

"Yesterday I had the managers' meeting and was talking with the other managers in the other clubs".