Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has admitted that his side are open to completing transfers in the summer transfer window.
The Red Devils have already added four new faces to their side in the current window. The list includes the likes of central defender Eric Bailly, star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, playmaker Henrikh Mkhitaryan and midfielder Paul Pogba. The France international rejoined his former club from Juventus for a world-record fee of £89 million earlier this month.
The former Real Madrid and Chelsea manager was attending his pre-match press conference on Thursday as United prepare for their first home game against Southampton at Old Trafford on Friday, August 19. In his first press conference as the manager of the Premier League giants, Mourinho admitted that he is targeting four specialists signings, something he and his club have achieved this summer.
United boss admitted that he is content with the business done so far, but refused to suggest that his have concluded the business in this window.
“The market is open until 31 August, but I am very happy with the players I have. I keep saying that I don’t talk about players from other clubs,” Mourinho explained, as reported by United’s official website.
United started the Premier League with a comfortable 3-1 victory over AFC Bournemouth. He is now preparing for his first match at Old Trafford and Mourinho has admitted that how his side can bring the fear factor back at Old Trafford.
“Not me, but the team, yes. The fans can also help. Everything starts there: the relationship between the team and the fans. If there is a connection then the factor of being really strong at home has to back. The way we play [will help] and if the fans play [a part] there’ll be no chance for the opponent,” United manager explained.