Bayern rule out Boateng switch for Martial

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"The Premier League champions have since broken their transfer record to sign Riyad Mahrez from Leicester City despite Guardiola saying in January the club could not spend "£100m on one player, or £90m or £80m".

Jose Mourinho has expressed his frustration that United have not added more player to his squad as yet, with just over a week remaining in the summer transfer window.

A source close to the club has hinted that a swap deal could be a possibility, saying,"Bayern are still keen and United have been after Lewandowski for a long time and want him". However, it slipped during the second half of last season, the lowlight of which was a Champions League exit vs. Sevilla, and it will get into risky territory if the upcoming campaign starts badly.

Paul Pogba's relatively uninspiring two years at Manchester United, after a then-world record move, have seen fingers of blame chiefly pointed towards Mourinho.

The club have brought in some useful players in Fred, Diogo Dalot and goalkeeper Lee Grant, but those signings have failed to satisfy the appetite of many.

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The treatment of the Frenchman is in stark contrast to Liverpool's German boss Jurgen Klopp publically supported his squad member Nathaniel Clyne, who left the club's own United States tour to prepare for fatherhood.

"Darron is a talented footballer who has played at the highest level and is a good addition to our squad", said Cook. Spurs are playing great football, and the quality they have in the team- they have six or seven first team players starting in their national team.

He has been linked with moves to Bayern Munich, Chelsea and Tottenham but sources have told ESPN FC Mourinho will not consider letting him join a Premier League rival.

"City, PSG - they've always been the global inflaters".

The Special One's pre-season meltdown has shocked players and staff - plus deepened fears of him not seeing out the two years left on his contract.

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