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Jose Mohrinho - Not Happy With United's Summer Transfers

Jose Mohrinho - Not Happy With United's Summer Transfers

Manchester United Boss Jose Mourinho told ESPN in an interview that he is not happy with the summer transfers and adding he will be happy if he gets one more before the event of the transfer window.

"We always want more," Mourinho told ESPN FC in an exclusive interview. "We always feel there is room to improve, and I cannot say that I am happy with our transfer window.

"What I can also say is that it is a difficult transfer window, and I don't blame anyone -- it is just a reality of things. The market is going in such a direction that many players are difficult to get, not to say impossible.

"Every club is powerful, and they don't want to sell or their demands are really high, so the market is difficult."

Manchester United have been able to add £90 million forward Romelu Lukaku from Everton and invested £30.75m in Benfica defender Victor Lindelof but has also failed in completing moves for  Chelsea's Nemanja Matic and Tottenham's Eric Dier and also Ivan Perisic whose transfer is still yet to be finalized.

"Everton started really strong in the market without the Lukaku money," Mourinho said. "AC Milan, without selling players, are buying nonstop, so it depends on the moment, the objective, maybe on new owners.

"What I will say is that, a long time ago, we thought about four players to strengthen our squad, but it is really hard to do it. If we do the third and forget the fourth, I would be quite happy with that because I know it is difficult."

The Portuguese has two more signings in his agenda but will settle with them if they come in late August before the end of the window, only they will lose preseason preparation time
"I am happy with them, and I know that they will succeed at the club.

"The market ends on Aug. 31, so there is plenty of time, but obviously, the objective for me as manager is always to have the players as soon as possible and try to coach them in the team and develop the team with them, and Lukaku and Lindelof arrived to train in time for day one."
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