Paul Pogba skippers Manchester United on opening night

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Videos emerged during the World Cup of Pogba being vocal in the France dressing room and Neville says that will be a big reason for Mourinho's decision this evening.

Asked if United have a designated penalty taker by Sky Sports, Pogba explained: 'We don't really have one.

'For me, for my career so far it's probably the best feeling I've had.

"That [the World Cup] is in the past, it is part of history". "The list that I gave you before of the injured players is an important list and after training I will speak with that group of players because everyone is different physically and mentally". You have to try your best to get points and even with the difficulties that we had with our pre-season, now I don't think is the time to be speaking about that. "We have a good relationship, we are friends", Willian said. But Mourinho talks to my agent all the time, he says "bring him, bring him".

"I will have to focus on the players I have and in relation to this first couple of matches". We don't have many solutions and want to go with everything we have.

"Will his style of play bring us an EPL (English Premier League) title?"

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United stroked the ball around confidently during the early exchanges and that poise was personified by Pogba when he placed a third-minute penalty into the top-right corner after Daniel Amartey was adjudged to have handled Alexis Sanchez's deflected shot.

"I don't know if there was any official bid [from Manchester United], but some things have happened", he said.

As time went on the Portuguese settled for two signings and then claimed he's expecting only one more player to be bought.

Chelsea shattered the world-record fee for a goalkeeper with an 80-million euro (US$92 million) swoop for Athletic Bilbao's Kepa Arrizabalaga on Wednesday to replace Belgian global Thibaut Courtois, who has joined European champion Real Madrid. According to The Guardian, the Man United chiefs - who had previously put their hand in the pocket for Jose Mourinho - opted not to back the manager on this occasion.

"I made a decision to take it, I was one of the names and in the next game, I can leave it to Alexis, it's not a problem".