The transfer window closed on Thursday with United failing to add to their three summer signings - Fred, Diogo Dalot and Lee Grant. "But it's the club's decision".
Coming in for a world record transfer fee of around £89 million, the World Cup victor took a while to get going back in Manchester, but he did help the club win both the League Cup and the Europa League in his first season back.
Sanchez said he expects the Brazil midfielder to be a great addition to the squad, which finished second in the Premier League last season. Go get your team right, get your tactics right, go get your team personnel right, oh and by the way, manage and encourage and get your players playing for you.
Yerry Mina was offered by Barcelona to United and a number of other clubs before the World Cup for €11m in an attempt by the Spanish champions to get their money back on a player they signed in January. This is a club, or a chief executive, or a board who have not pushed the boat out just that little bit extra for a player, who is a fantastic all round player, attacking, defending, strong, powerful, plays a lot of games and has just played in a World Cup Final 12 months later.
"I'm not confident, I'm not confident and the market closes today so it is time at least for me to stop thinking about the market because the market will be closed".
'Now that I know my team-mates, I can focus on what I want to win. I also have to. If they are well, me too.
"It's maybe not the best, but it is in the top two or three of squads, so go coach them".
"When I listen, when I read - not much but sometimes I do - it is hard to believe that we finished second", Jose said, "because you are capable of making people that finish second look like they were relegated, and people who win nothing and finish below us look like serial winners". "In general, I like to always be in contact with the ball".
"I'd prefer to look to the bench and to have them rather than to have 16-year-old boys without experience and without the power to be Premier Leagues players directly", said Mourinho.