Manchester United host Leicester City on Friday night in the Premier League's curtain raising clash of the 2018/19 clash.
United's summer transfer business was restricted to the arrivals of Brazilian global midfielder Fred, the injured young Portuguese defender Diogo Dalot and Lee Grant, signed from Stoke City as a third-choice goalkeeper.
They were never interested in Boateng either. United said they were happy to be kept informed.
Pogba has become one of the most consistent players at Manchester United over the last season, and has contributed 15 goals for the club in his 88 games there.
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Camel admits that some are going to take longer than others, but that there might be some news to share "later this year". Trust me when I say the team here is now crossing all crossable appendages regarding that potential tidbit of news.
Former Scottish worldwide Craig Burley raised the possibility that the club board were trying to push the Portuguese coach out of Old Trafford by "trying to make his life as miserable as possible".
He told ESPN Brasil: "I would have liked that they had signed many more world-class players".
However, many Manchester United fans are concerned about the new campaign considering the lack of signings during the summer transfer window - Fred, Diogo Dalot and Lee Grant were the only incomings.
It also now looks like long-standing target Toby Alderweireld will be staying at Tottenham.
How Mourinho reacts from now will be dictated to some extent by results, but the key objectives at the turn of the year have all been fulfilled as far as the club are concerned.
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Former Manchester United striker Michael Owen believes Paul Pogba and Alexis Sanchez are set for a "defining season" at the club.
Allardyce was aware of the Red Devils' hunt for a new centre-back and had plenty to say ahead of the transfer window slamming shut.
Paul Pogba, Ashley Young, Fellaini and Jesse Lingard may yet be involved against Leicester tonight. To know how they feel physically mentally to try to give us a help.
"He didn't have a pre-season, three days of pre-season", Mourinho said.
The Portuguese went some way to countering suggestions he is unhappy with his squad at his pre-match press conference.
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Well, bowling coach Bharat Arun hinted the visitors may not opt for an extra batsman and called it a "conservative move". He also urged his batsmen to maintain composure, instead of resorting to aggression.
"I'm not confident", he said. "I like to work with my players. When you repeat 1,000 times that my relationship with my players is not good, it's a lie, repeated 1,000 times".