Jose Mourinho predicts who will qualify from Super Eagles’ Group D

Jose Mourinho predicts who will qualify from Super Eagles’ Group D

Jose Mourinho predicts who will qualify from Super Eagles’ Group D

Manchester United have confirmed via a short statement on Tuesday afternoon that an agreement has been reached over the summer signing of Brazil midfielder Fred from Shakhtar Donetsk.

In collaboration with YouTube channel RT, Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho selects his choices for which countries will progress out of the Group Stage of this summer's World Cup in Russian Federation.

The Premier League campaign will kick off on Saturday, August 11.

Jose Mourinho has reportedly made personal contact with the agent of West Ham United attacker Marko Arnautovic.

Meanwhile, Fred will be joined at Old Trafford next season by Dalot, the young defender who comes highly recommended.

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United are in need of midfield reinforcements with Michael Carrick retiring and Marouane Fellaini out of contract.

Midfielder Fred also got his black barnet newly coiffured and shaped, with a special gel added that made his spiky curls glitter.

A 2013 arrival from Brazil's Internacional, Fred helped Ukrainian giants Shakhtar to three league titles, while amassing 155 appearances and 15 goals.

Firmino has revealed he passed on his best wishes to Fred but warned that national allegiances will be put to one side when Liverpool face United next season. However, FIFA extended the punishment to a worldwide ban in 2016 which ruled him out for four months.

Fred did not return to the national team until a 3-0 friendly win over Russian Federation in March and Tite was keen for his transfer to be completed before the World Cup starts on June 14.

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