Published: Sun, August 12, 2018
Arts&Culture | By Matthew Castillo

David Moyes has made a very bold prediction for Manchester United's season

David Moyes has made a very bold prediction for Manchester United's season

Here, Sky Sports takes an interactive look at how the competition between the two Manchester clubs has evolved throughout the Premier League era, with City slipping to the third tier before fighting back to overtake their neighbours.

"And as long as they can keep the squad fit, the signings that they've made are excellent".

Saturday's visit to Newcastle for their opening game will therefore offer few surprises, although Pochettino must decide which of the nine players who appeared in the World Cup semi-finals are ready to return to action.

Leicester City is now awaiting Soyuncu's work permit.

Following his performance, his transfer value skyrocketed and he soon became one of the most sought- after defender in Europe.

"I am convinced that Jurgen Klopp's progressive side are the biggest danger to City this season and I feel they will give Pep Guardiola's side a real run for their money", Owen told BetVictor.

But the deal would collapse when United management showed an unwillingness to part with the huge sum for the Leicester defender.

At his media conference for Friday's Premier League opener with Leicester City, Mourinho launched a withering attack on his doubters. For these leagues the transfer window does not end until the end of the month and spending can be expected to continue. This represented 72% of aggregate gross player transfer expenditure by Premier League clubs, compared to 54% in summer 2017 (and average of 60% for all summer transfer windows), pointed out Deloitte it appears England's relative success at the 2018 World Cup has not translated through to its clubs investing wholeheartedly in English talent.

City were heavily linked with a move for Jorginho but the midfielder opted to follow former Napoli coach Maurizio Sarri to Chelsea instead of joining the champions. "We are going to be better - no doubt about that". And a squad that most rational observers would agree could benefit from more depth.

Spurs had a £25 million bid rejected for Jack Grealish and decided that the Championship club's valuation of £32 million was too much to pay.

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