"I think the manager and the fans, and even the players I think, would have settled for that before the season started".
Atletico Madrid ace Antoine Griezmann, a target last summer, and Real Madrid winger Gareth Bale - whose injury problems could tempt president Florentino Perez to sell - are named as two of the possible three targets.
Though he has often dazzled with his long-legged technical artistry, the recognition of Pogba's influence on United's play has been slow in coming.
That pair scored the first and third goals respectively yesterday, leaving Newcastle fans deflated. "He needs to play and he's useful for us".
FC Basel played on the pitch on Saturday, beating Sion 5-1 and Mourinho is hopeful it will hold up.
Lingard managed to start to impress keen observers and they insisted on the Englishman starting consistently after his goalscoring display against Swansea in the League Cup. The absence of Taulant Xhaka, in particular, could be game changing for the hosts, handing Manchester United some advantage to win the midfield battle with relative ease.
"I come back and Romelu scores again?" The Hard Tackle predicts a comfortable 2-0 win for the visitors to seal top spot in Group A.
Supporters do enjoy his brand of football, and will be eagerly hoping for a repeat of last season, where Mourinho eased him back into the lineup, and the Armenian then proved crucial in the build-up to their Europa League success story.
David Moyes "really relishing" West Ham United challenge
He impressed under Westley so much last season, he was included in the Pre-Season Tour this year and hasn't been seen since. Moyes will be expecting a committed performance and, if he gets one, I don't think West Ham will leave empty-handed.
A True Luxury Phone — Apple iPhone X
When the phone was dropped from the same height from the back panel, it caused complete damage to the back glass panel. At least while you're on the home screen or in apps specifically updated to work with the iPhone X's unique display.
Big Lessons Learned from Virginia, New Jersey Governor's Races
Jeff Flake, Bob Corker and John McCain have grown increasingly voluble in blasting the president and questioning his agenda. Former President Barack Obama is congratulating the two Democrats who won gubernatorial races in Virginia and New Jersey .