"In the Premier League there are a huge amount of games and everybody will be involved".
From his first weeks in Manchester, Mourinho insisted Sanchez's struggles would be forgotten when he hit the ground running after a full pre-season under his belt.
"Teams that actually wanted it more could hurt us". It is very hard.
Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore hopes defending champions Manchester City face a stiffer challenge in the coming season.
"He will play exactly the same way and they are going to be very hard to stop, although I think Liverpool and United will both be a lot closer to them this time".
They stormed to the title last season, finishing 19 points ahead of second-placed United and breaking numerous records in the process.
Arsenal look set to change kit provider next season, according to the Daily Mail.
The Premier League's all time leading goalscorer Alan Shearer is expecting the Pep Guardiola effect to continue next season.
"As with all these things, it's only when it comes upon people - but again it wasn't a unanimous decision to do it, so there's bound to be some dissent still around". "We want three points straight away and you look at our fixtures at the start of the season, we want maximum points and we want to keep getting points during the whole season".
Premier League clubs will not be able to complete loan deals or sign free agents after this deadline either. Neil's one of the best Championship managers you'll ever see, but he'll be the first to admit he's not the best in the Premier League, and it comes across to me like he doesn't really enjoy it, it's not his cup of tea.
Tottenham have made no moves in the market but crucially they have kept hold of their key players, and the attacking combination of Harry Kane, Christian Eriksen and Dele Alli will relish the chance to shine at the club's new stadium, due to open in September.
"I believe it's an interesting alternative to close the window before the league kicks off", he said.