Mourinho hopeful World Cup stars can face Leicester

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"It is hard to understand for people in football that Tottenham didn't sign or didn't sell players but sometimes in football, you need to behave different".

'If they feel they can help us [against Leicester] - 20 minutes, 10 minutes, half an hour.

"I do not trust that new players will arrive and I'm not confident in that so now I will only focus on the players I have", he said.

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has been grabbing headlines of late for his usual antics but this story seems far from anything that most of the United faithful would have wanted to hear.

Jose Mourinho has given a cryptic answer when asked whether his Manchester United team can challenge for the Premier League title this season by simply saying people will see by November. "I won eight championships and three Premier Leagues but I keep feeling the second [place] last season was one of my biggest achievements in the game". We don't have many solutions and want to go with everything we have. I'm sure United would've known of him, certainly Mourinho I imagine would have known of him as well.

There has also been a long-term issue with Mourinho and winger Anthony Martial with the "Special One" wanting the club to offload the talented youngster as well. I enjoyed last season, the fight to finish where we finished and to manage the best position this club has had in five years.

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Harry Maguire was a genuine target, and although no progress was ever made with Leicester, United are still admirers of the England player. For nine days he didn't train.so he's to start again.

The move was created to ease disruption in the first few weeks of the campaign after a number of high-profile players, including Alexis Sanchez, Philippe Coutinho and Virgil van Dijk, missed matches at the start of last season due to transfer speculation.

When talking in a media session about Spurs' opening fixture against Newcastle this Saturday lunchtime, Pochettino addressed the rumours, saying: "We didn't receive (any offer) for any player".

"I focus just on what we have and we go with everything we have to the first match".

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