"Usually they would say it is time for them to leave, it was the right move for both parties".
Pep Guardiola will resist a tactical shift at Manchester City this season, having backed his raft of big-money singings to fit last season's often stuttering gameplan.
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The financial power of the Premier League means that promotion is usually accompanied by a spending spree to try to stay in the world's richest football competition.
Slaven Bilic's side will be keen to improve on last season, but a trip to Old Trafford to face a title contending United side will be a tough opening day assignment for The Hammers.
Ibrahim told of how his son has an upcoming trial at United's Premier League rivals Southampton and had made a special promise to his father after being handed the medal. These guys are proven achievers and will go to any level to see their side come out victorious.
"Like every club that's promoted to the Premier League, it's to finish 17th or higher".
The Manchester City boss has spent close to £200 million on new players this summer - four of which cost more than £40m.
"What do you want me to say?" The Manchester club have an embarrassing wealth of attackers, but they needed to be better at the back, especially in the goal.
"They are getting rid of players who are experienced and from who you know exactly what you're going to get".
"Anthony Knockaert seems to be one of Brighton's better players".
Arsenal opened the season with an extraordinary game at home to Leicester on Friday night, twice coming from behind to snatch a 4-3 win inside the last 10 minutes thanks to goals from substitutes Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud.
Lukaku isn't the only player being reunited Mourinho, who also convinced former club Chelsea to sell Nemanja Matic to United. To be fair, Mourinho's record as manager in his second full season in charge of clubs is excellent, having won the league with Porto, Chelsea (twice), Inter Milan and Real Madrid.
Paul Scholes has explained why Manchester United shouldn't bid for Gareth Bale this summer, pointing towards the Welshman's susceptibility to injury as a reason to avoid splashing out on his signature.
Tottenham have not added to their team so far and that is largely due to the fact that Mauricio Pochettino has a well drilled squad at his disposal.
Losing Sanchez would jeopardize Arsenal's attempt to rejoin the elite. They won't be playing in the Champions League for the first time in 20 years and that could help them in their quest for the league title this season.
Last season was by far the most hard of Wenger's 21-year reign, with Arsenal's on-pitch travails exposing him to furious protests from angry fans.