Bryan Robson urges Jose Mourinho to complete flair signings at Manchester United

Tuesday, 13 Jun, 2017

Manchester United legend Bryan Robson has urged the club to bring in "a few flair players" this summer to build on a successful first season under Jose Mourinho.

He sat out more than two months before Christmas with a broken toe and was absent for a further month in the spring after suffering a knee problem.

When asked if Mourinho apologised, Smalling said: "No".

"We are a hard team to beat now and what you can do, if you set your stall out that way to be hard to beat, is to then add a few flair players to that squad", Robson said.

Pogba, who is with the France squad to face Sweden and England, feels his own form got better as the campaign went on as he improved his fitness.

"You just keep playing until literally, physically, you can't, and that was the story".

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"And I like it because I think it's a good rivalry".

"I had done the injury, I played on and it turned out there was a break". It's about going on the pitch and doing a job'. "We're always managing things".

Speaking about the team, Robson is confident United will improve if Mourinho makes the right additions in the transfer window. "You can't do miracles, but you have to try to do everything to accelerate the process".

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If the transfer goes through, he will be the first player signed by Manchester United this summer. "I am more mature as well, physically and mentally, and I am ready to come back and hopefully push to play next season for United.".

"We settled them in, and it took a bit of time, but they've been brilliant, every single one of them". It comes back to the manager's frustrations, as well as ours.