Tottenham stands pat during a busy Premier League transfer window

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The player, however, chose to enter the jet going to France and joined Monaco at the last minute, saying it was a better club for him to develop on his football career.

United and its fans pride themselves on the club's history of promoting youth team players and nurturing them into world class talents.

Despite no new arrivals for the first season at their brand new stadium, Pochettino feels they can still go on to do great things this term.

And Dennis reckons manager Mauricio Pochettino will give youth a chance this weekend.

Like many others, I enjoyed watching Gareth Southgate's England team as they captured the imagination of the country with their excellent performances.

As the Premier League's transfer window closed Thursday, the top title contenders have now completed their squad building until January.

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Mina had an excellent World Cup in Russian Federation scoring three goals in three games which also includes goal against his new club teammate Jordan Pickford in stoppage time sending the England vs Colombia the last 16 tie to extra-time.

Reports suggest United are keeping tabs on the likes of Tottenham star Toby Alderweireld, Barcelona striker Ousmane Dembele Leicester defender Harry Maguire and Lazio's Sergej Milinkovic-Savic but time is running out as the Premier League transfer window slams shut tomorrow. "With Premier League clubs' aggregate revenues forecast to reach £5 billion in 2018/19, clubs can well-afford to significantly invest in on-pitch talent in the quest for both success and survival", he commented.

The game on Merseyside will be particularly interesting for African fans, with the Reds' Egyptian superstar, Mohamed Salah, hoping to continue from where he left off last season, while new signing, Guinea's Naby Keita, will also want to make a big impact on his Premier League debut. They couldn't even sign a player from the Championship.

Mourinho faced the press ahead of tomorrow's season opener against Leicester City, though the major topic of information was whether or not United would strengthen their squad.

The Leicester City defender made his mark for the Three Lions at the Russian Federation 2018 World Cup, scored his first worldwide goal and was the brain behind Gareth Southgate's solid defence line during the World Cup. And a squad that most rational observers would agree could benefit from more depth.

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