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Jose Mourinho reveals details about Manchester United signing Romelu Lukaku

Jose Mourinho reveals details about Manchester United signing Romelu Lukaku

According to The Sun, United manager Jose Mourinho has instructed the club's chief executive Ed Woodward to listen to offers for the England worldwide.

United snared Lukaku from Everton in a move reportedly worth an initial £75 million on Monday, the striker signing a five-year contract with an option of a sixth.

He has been linked with moves for Ivan Perisic, Eric Dier and Nemanja Matic as he searches for a new winger and a holding midfielder.

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Mourinho was reluctant to comment on Matic, despite sources saying the Serbian midfielder was left out of the Chelsea squad for their preseason tour of the Far East.

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"We don't have our door closed". We have to respect the player, the club, the owner, the manager. We need more, we wanted four, so I would say 50 per cent of the job is done, but I don't want to say that because everything is so hard.

"We have players that belong to the squad but can not play for next three or four months". We need two more players, at least one. We do not determine what the price is of a player of Real Madrid, Real Madrid do that.

"Marcos Rojo, Ashley Young, Luke Shaw, if Zlatan stays we have three or four players that only by the end of the year can be back to football". We have players that belong to the squad but can not play for next few months, [Marcos] Rojo, Ashley Young, Luke Shaw, if Zlatan stays. "Everton have got unbelievable money, invested that money really well, and I think both parties will be happy".

"The reason why he was so important and hard to get is what he did in the Premier League because obviously there are other good strikers in football but the Premier League is a very specific habitat, a different habitat, normally they need some time to adapt and Lukaku plays in Premier League for the last four or five seasons". I wouldn't like to be in Ed Woodward's position, negotiating, because everything is really hard.