Matt Le Tissier predicts where Liverpool FC, Man City will finish

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"I think that's it". "In the second half I had Andreas Pereira and Fred with a yellow card, Paul was fantastic his contribution was wonderful, but the fuel was disappearing". "The list of injured players is an important list and, after training, I will speak with that group of [World Cup] players because everybody is different, physically and mentally, to see how they feel they are and to understand how they can help or not help".

Fred, Diogo Dalot and Lee Grant all arrived at United by early July, but nobody has followed despite Mourinho's explicit desire to bring in two more players. "We must get used to teams who have players of the same quality that we have".

Former Southampton skipper Le Tissier believes Manchester City's biggest competition will be Jurgen Klopp's new-look Liverpool FC team.

"I am not confident, and the market closes today, so it's time, at least for me, to stop thinking about the market because the market will be closed".

He also praised Luke Shaw, who scored to seal the win and had been a target for Mourinho's criticism last season. He made one mistake in 90 minutes, he was very good defensively.

Manchester United have been hit by injuries throughout the pre-season tour of the United States and there are plenty of first-team stars that have only just returned from their holidays due to exploits in the World Cup this summer.



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