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Manchester City defender Kyle Walker claims that his former teammate Eric Dier was keen on a move to Manchester United. Midfielder Eric Dier has been consistently linked with a move to United over the summer.
Manchester United splashed the cash when they lured RomeluLukaku to Old Trafford, ahead of the player’s expected return to Stamford Bridge.
Jose Mourinho approved £75 million for the deal with Everton.
The 24-year old Belgium international was keen on leaving Goodison Park to get Champions League football elsewhere. He was one of the top scorers in the league last term so he had proven figures to force his move to a top club. Lukaku is set to lead the attack line next season but Phil Neville opines that the club might add another striker.
On August 13 of 2016, the hype and expectations were extremely high for the English Premier League as fanatics of football were excited by the arrival of the highly rated managers: Jose Mourinho, Antonio Conte, Pep Guardiola and JurgenKlopp, all of which took charge of a top club in the Premier League.
With so many world-class coaches arriving to the same football league, it´s no wonder why the 2016-17 season of the English Premier League was being so hyped up.
The anticipated 2016-17 season of the top tier English League is reaching it´s final stages as it´s scheduled to end on May 21 and Chelsea has been convincingly dominating and are expected to emerge as the champions of England.
Former Manchester United midfielder Phil Neville said that the current Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho should be worried by his team inability to win games at home.
He stated that this is a bit of a surprise for the Portuguese manager as his teams are generally renowned for being strong at home.
Phil Neville was speaking after the match that saw Manchester United draw against Bournemouth despite the fact that the opposing team has been playing with ten men.
A few weeks ago, David Flitcroft was removed from his coaching role on the English League One club Bury FC after going through a string of 11 matches where him and his squad were not able to secure a single triumph.
Following the dismissal of Flitcroft, rumors and reports have begun to emerge in relation to who is going to be the next coach of Bury FC and the former Manchester United player Phil Neville was one of the candidates.
Phil Neville believes that Jose Mourinho is the right man to manage Manchester United.
He said that following the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson, the club has suffered from a lack of leadership at the club with David Moyes and Louis van Gaal failing to manage the club properly.
He believes that a club such as Manchester United needs a big manager and that Jose Mourinho is the right man for the job. He said that the Portuguese manager has the necessary experience and has already won some big trophies in his career.
He said that fans should be patient with Mourinho and that he should be given some time. He said that it is not easy to change a team playing style and that it takes time before the players become accustomed to new concepts.
Former Manchester United midfielder Phil Neville says that his old club will now be hated under the management of José Mourinho.
The older of the Neville bros, Gary, hints he might only be involved in business and media this summer and not be working for any club.
Neville had invested in hotel business in 2015 and had also bought a sixth division side, not alone, but, in partnership with a few former teammates. However, he didn’t remain in England to supervise the progress of those projects and went outside the country for coaching work.
Now that Neville is back in the country, there are words around that a couple of clubs would come to him. It is understood that the delay in the naming of Sunderland’s support staff is only because they are planning to throw an offer to the 41-year old and United might also be planning for the same.