Jose Mourinho does not feel under pressure to deliver at Manchester United this season, with the Portuguese manager optimistic about his team's chances in the Premier League and Champions League. He's not a young guy coming from another country.
Newcastle will feature in the Premier League this season after winning automatic promotion from the Championship at the end of the 2016-17 campaign.
The main favorites of the new season the bookmakers and experts believe the clubs from Manchester - Jose Mourinho and Josep Guardiola after an unsuccessful first season of "United" and "city" respectively, had a powerful transfer of the company and intend to restore its status as the most successful coaches of our time.
"I don't say the league, because I've been in this league for a long time". Then I heard that he wanted to join United and could make it happen. "They can still be like new players for us later in the season, so we are fine". And while he made no secret of his desire to see one more player come in, the 54-year-old is adamant it will not make or break United's season.
'I'm on fire, ' he smiled when asked to describe his mood. I want to play West Ham - a hard match - then go to Swansea for another hard match.
"Not just for his qualities but also for my relationship with him".
"I think he's one of those players where there are no question marks in front".
"He's a player who was 29-years-old last week with five years in the Premier League or so". He's a player who gives me what I like, which is consistency.
On the prospect of re-signing Ibrahimovic once the 35-year-old striker has recovered, Mourinho said: "We are having conversations and discussing the possibility of him staying for the second part of the season".
Promoted Brighton take on Manchester City this evening before Tottenham and Manchester United finally get in on the action on Sunday.
He said: "To buy lots of good players is important". That is normal, but that is not enough. "I think the competition can be better than ever".
"I don't think I'm in a position of crying, moaning, protesting". While they do not have the cumbersome Thursday night Europa League matches to deal with, Champion League football is a whole different ball game altogether.
"He's a good player, he's a player that will always score goals, he is a player that I would always welcome in my squad because he doesn't need many minutes on the pitch to score a goal".