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Jose Mourinho: England have a reason to be optimistic

Jose Mourinho: England have a reason to be optimistic”

The Croatian worldwide, scorer of his country's equaliser in the World Cup semi-final against England on Wednesday night, was said to be close to a move to Old Trafford a year ago only for United to fail to agree a fee with Inter Milan.

The Inter Milan winger cancelled out Kieran Trippier's 5th minute opener and set up Mario Mandzukic for the victor in extra time.

Some of them are clearly not in Mourinho's plans, others have been openly criticised by the manager, and all of them could be getting more game time and playing more prominent roles elsewhere.

Jose Mourinho and his coaching staff, including Michael Carrick, spent the day at Carrington on Tuesday before the players who have not been involved at the World Cup reported on Wednesday.

"England of course have a reason to cry but they also have a reason to be optimistic", the Portuguese told Russia Today.

With the transfer window open and the 2018/19 season set to start next month, here is the latest transfer news surrounding Manchester United. The majority of the players can play the next World Cup.

England played the World Cup with the second youngest team at the tournament, with an average age of 26-year-old.

Marouane Fellaini and Romelu Lukaku may not be bringing home the World Cup for Belgium after their 1-0 loss to Paul Pogba's France in the first semi-final, but they still have to play the third-place game to play on Saturday. They go as far as claiming United are in advanced talks for Perisic, although - slightly confusingly - they also state that the player's representatives are yet to travel to the UK for negotiations.



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