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Andreas Pereira confident he's proved worth to Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho

28 July 2017

Jose Mourinho manager of Manchester United lifts the trophy in victory alongside Paul Pogba after during the EFL Cup Final between Manchester United and Southampton at Wembley Stadium on February 26, 2017 in London, England.

"I miss him a lot, I miss the guy a lot, I think he's a fantastic guy", the Portuguese tactician said, via The Telegraph .

"No problem with Jesse", Mourinho said.

Despite not scoring on the tour, Pereira has been one of the players to catch the eye, and should be heavily involved in the upcoming season for United.

"I think this season we are a little bit better equipped".

"I am doing my best, I want to get into the team this season".

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The Red Devils reportedly forked out more than £120million to sign Romelu Lukaku and Victor Lindelof this window, while United smashed the transfer record to sign Paul Pogba from Juventus last August.

"Everybody speaks about the dimension of the investment at Man City, but there is another team that I feel the dimension of their investment is also phenomenal - Tottenham", he added.

"But I believe in our group, in our spirit, in our empathy, in our togetherness".

Some might argue that Romelu Lukaku, whose transfer fee from Everton to United could eventually rise to £90 million, is an example of United overpaying to land a player, but with Chelsea also in the hunt for the Belgium global, his eventual price tag was the going rate for a proven Premier League goal scorer, regardless of how inflated it might seem.

In addition to these three youngsters, the likes of Rashford, Timothy Fosu-Mensah and Axel Tuanzebe are all expected to play a prominent role in the upcoming season as United battle on four fronts, included a much anticipated return to the Champions League. "Even though he's not playing he's a leader outside of the pitch". Mourinho still hasn't got the midfielder he wants, or the left winger either, with negotiations for Inter Milan's Ivan Perisic still dragging on. Until now they spent zero pounds, right?

Similarly, a deal for Chelsea's Nemanja Matic was there to be done in June, but United, perhaps waiting for a breakthrough on top target Eric Dier instead, held back and did not push hard enough to complete a move.

Andreas Pereira confident he's proved worth to Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho