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Man Utd transfer news: Sky Sports man reveals deadline surprise and makes Paul Pogba claim
 Manchester United failed to do any business on deadline day, despite the desire on Jose Mourinho’s part to buy at least one new player. A centre-back had been identified as a priority, but moves for Alderweireld and Maguire failed to materialise. Express Sport understands United were prepared to break the bank and spend a world-record £100million to bring Real Madrid star Raphael Varane to Old Trafford. However, Wright thinks United missed the trick and could be chasing City’s shadows again this season.   “You are expecting Man United to do a lot more business and they've made no secret of the fact they were after centre-halves,” Wright told Sky Sports’ The Debate. “They chased down Harry Maguire and were interested in Toby Alderweireld and you'd have though they probably might have got one of those two. “But he is saying about judging in November; I think when you look at Manchester City's start, they look really invigorated already.” Wright also condemned Mourinho for his handling of Paul Pogba. He added: “Even with Pogba winning the World Cup, the comments he made...to poo-poo someone who has won the World Cup, you want to try and give him as much confidence, as much lee-way to come and inspire your team to kick on like that, you just wonder why he does that. “I’ve got a lot of time for Jose but he says things and I just wonder why would you say that?” Mourinho, meanwhile, is adamant he is happy with his squad despite the very quiet end to the window. He said: “I have my players and I like my players. I like to work with my players. “When you repeat 1,000 times that my relationship with my players is not good, it’s a lie – and repeated 1,000 times it is still a lie. “I like my players and my group. I enjoyed last season, the fight to finish where we finished and to manage the best position this club has had in five years. I’m going to enjoy this season.” United begin their Premier League campaign at home to Leicester later today (8pm). 


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