Mourinho wants $142million Deal – How Man Utd will Line up with Stars

Tottenham have been brilliant in the Premier League this season but still failed to win the title. To make further progress next season, Pochettino must hold onto his key stars.
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho signed Eric Bailly to strengthen his defense last summer. Now, the former Chelsea manager is ready to splash a huge sum to sign three key Spurs players to improve things at the back this summer.
According to Daily Star, Jose is ready to splash a fee of 110 million pounds ($142million) to hire the services of Kyle Walker, Danny Rose and Eric Dier from the North Londoners.
Spurs have the best defensive record in the PL this season and the above mentioned trio have been influential for Mauricio Pochettino. It will be intriguing to see how Man Utd will line up if the stars do end up moving to Old Trafford in the summer transfer window.
Walker and Rose have been two of the most consistent fullbacks in the country. United lack a consistent left back and Danny can solve that dilemma for Mourinho. On the other hand, Valencia has been fantastic for the Red Devils int he right back position but Jose needs a long term replacement for the veteran star and Walker would be the perfect man for the job.
As far as Dier is concerned, he is mainly a strong defensive midfielder but this season, Pochettino has mostly played him in the defense.
Over the years, Mourinho has had strong DMs in his teams such as Makelele, Essien and Matic at Chelsea, Cambiasso at Inter Milan, Khedira and Diarra at Real Madrid. However, he lacks one at Manchester United. Not to forget, the Portuguese boss did not rate Schneiderlin very highly and sold him in the winter window.
Also Read: $240,000-a-week Star Ready to Agree Man Utd Move – Mourinho Clear to Sign
If Eric joins the Red Devils, we expect him to start in the defensive midfield role under Mourinho. Here is how Man Utd will line up with Rose, Walker and Dier.

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  1. SoccerismaSucksBalls says:

    Just say the word Bourinho and Mr. Levy will obey.

  2. S-P says:

    Ridiculous thing about this number 1: I do not know how many times it needs to be said, United’s behaviour over Berbatov was a disgrace. On top of which, when Daniel Levy produced clear evidence of this, including blatant tapping-up, not only did the FA refuse to act, but they also allowed Ferguson to send a parting barb that was humiliating and belittling to Mr Levy. I doubt he will ever do business with United again. Ferguson knew that and said as much by way of explaining why he never made a move for Modric – the most obvious replacement for Paul Scholes.
    Ridiculous thing about this number 2: Spurs have made a point not to strengthen direct rivals ever since the aforementioned Berbatov robbery. Why should anyone suppose they will suddenly sell three players to one direct rival?
    Ridiculous thing about this number 3: You say Mourinho is ‘now ready to splash a huge sum’ on the three Tottenham players, and then produce the figure of £110 million that is doing the rounds. There are two things wrong with this. Firstly, is that really such a huge sum’ for the players mentioned? Walker and Rose are both touted as being the best in their position in the BPL. Both are coming into their peak years. Dier is versatile and widely seen as a future England​ captain. All three are on long contracts and all three are English with the premium of being home-grown. In today’s inflated market, prime inflated Citeh paid £50 million for John Stones. On what planet, exactly, are these three, under these conditions valued at so much less than him? And secondly, and related, why do these articles keep stating how much United are ‘prepared’ to pay? Apart from the obvious answer that this is how much their OT paymasters are telling them to say as part of the tapping-up process! What about how much Spurs are ‘prepared’ to accept? Do these people not understand that it will be Daniel Levy they will have to deal with? And Daniel Levy in a position of strength!
    Walker might just be sold. Not likely to United. And not likely less than the John Stones fee. All three…no chance! Even if they were, a ‘huge’ fee would have to be three times the John Stones fee plus. So, maybe £165 million plus. Doubt even that offer would get Spurs willing to sell – especially not to United!

  3. El-Patron says:

    Mourinho is the lamest coach ever known to man-kind

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