Following a whirlwind summer than has taken them from Los Angeles to Skopje, Manchester United are finally set to begin the new Premier League season.
The team struggles to adjust, flames out of the Champions League early and struggles to finish in the top four after a shaky start.
"Mauricio Pochettino has worked hard to put Tottenham on another level but they are missing something".
"To start my new chapter in this second part of my English life and in the Premier League, it's going to be something happy", Hernandez told British media. "If the remaining 25 per cent don't arrive I will not moan, I will just go with everything I have to try to win every match I play". The only clues provided on Wednesday night was the silhouette of the mystery man and some choice quotes from the piece revealing that the player would be prepared to leave the club, feels the club needs to buy more "world-class players" and, perhaps unsurprisingly, he'd like to win some trophies.
The Portuguese manager has secured three of four targets he aimed to bring in this summer, with Victor Lindelof, Romelu Lukaku, and Nemanja Matic joining the club. "I am not in a position to say I am not happy with".
And the United manager has pointed out that his remarkable record of winning the domestic title in the second season at his previous clubs offers no guarantees that the trend will continue this term.
"I just think he was very clear showing that what he did past year was not enough for him".
Though Arsenal may be aided by missing out on the Champions League for first time on Arsene Wenger's watch, the Gunners must retain Chilean star Alexis Sanchez.
"I have conditions to deliver a better team than I did in the first season".
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They have bought reasonably well, and should they keep hold of Philippe Coutinho, there is no reason why they shouldn't comfortably qualify for the Champions League again.
The 35-year-old is now a free agent after he was let go by United having seen his debut season with the Premier League giants cut short due to the serious knee injury from which he is still recovering.
"So between the players we lost and the players we got, I think we are in a similar situation".
Slaven Bilic's side will be keen to improve on last season, but a trip to Old Trafford to face a title contending United side will be a tough opening day assignment for The Hammers.
"This time we're all in the same basket and it's going to be the same for everybody".
Lacazette comes to Arsenal with a big reputation after netting more than 20 league goals in each of the past three seasons with French side Lyon.
Losing such a key player would hamper Juergen Klopp's hopes of using his second full season at Anfield to show his upbeat demeanour can be matched with silverware. Marcus Rashford seems to be more of a wide player and Anthony Martial is in limbo at United.
"We got a central defender that can play in many other positions, which is important", he added. We also got a central midfielder and a striker.
With the London Stadium now being used for the IAAF World Championships, West Ham's trip to Old Trafford will be the first of four away games to open the new domestic campaign.
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