Manchester United’s business with the transfer market is over, coach Jose Mourinho has confirmed. The Red Devils splashed a hefty price on four solid acquisitions. Eric Bailly, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Paul Pogba  in the summer and the ex Chelsea manager couldn’t be more happier with the quality of the squad.
The Portuguese told MUTV, I think we’ll have a very quiet week in terms of transfers. I am more than happy with the squad. “It’s the first time I’ve worked with such a number of players because I’m
used to working with 20 plus the keepers, and we have in the squad 23 plus the
keepers – and even so we had to make decisions and let some players go on loan,
and try to sell others.”

“But this group of 23 is a great
group and I think in this moment – and I told them this – there is a little bit
of frustration for the ones that I have not selected. They work hard to be in
the match and they aren’t, and this is going to happen in the next two or three
weeks because we have just one Premier League match.
“But,
in September, the League Cup starts, the Europa League starts, we start playing
three matches a week and then everybody is involved and the squad is good. The
empathy between the guys is really good too, so I’m happy with the squad.”