Southampton vs Manchester United, Premier League

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Jose Mourinho accepts Manchester United must do better but feels it is unfair to compare the current side with the glory eras of the past.

Manchester United came from behind to draw 2-2 at Southampton, but their winless run in the Premier League stretches to three games.

United visit Southampton at teatime on Saturday as they head into a month where Mourinho is eyeing a concerted push up the table as they look to close the gap on the top four. I think everybody would say yes.

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"Not just because Manchester United was fantastic, but because there was a big difference to the others and now it is not like that". Berbatov. Can we go there now and bring Harry Kane? The clubs are more powerful. Dele Alli, (Christian) Eriksen, Son (Heung-min) here? No.

The former Porto, Chelsea, Inter Milan and Real Madrid coach has spent £360m since he replaced Louis van Gaal at United in 2016.

After a brief lull in spending late in Alex Ferguson's tenure, United broke the world transfer record to re-sign Paul Pogba from Juventus in 2016, as well as making significant outlays to acquire Romelu Lukaku, Nemanja Matic and Fred in recent seasons.

He said: "You have no chance in the market unless you go to insane numbers".

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"Can you buy Tottenham's best players?"

"The transfer market is very hard unless the clubs want to go to what I call insane numbers".

But before Mourinho and Co could take off they had to wait for a plane decorated by the sky blue colour of their local rivals and emblazoned with "M-City" on the rear engine to move out of their way. This was understood to be a reference to the financial fair play allegations made against Manchester City in Der Spiegel three weeks ago.

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