Inter Milan winger Perisic has been heavily linked with a move to Old Trafford this summer, and Samuel Luckhurst of the Manchester Evening News reported the Red Devils "have not ended their pursuit" of the Croatia international. "Of course, for the next three, four years, Manchester City is going to buy one, two players (each window)".
Guardiola, a former Barcelona and Bayern Munich manager, has yet to win a trophy since taking charge of City at the start of last season.
"Victor can play right-back and can play central midfielder, we got a central midfielder, we got a striker".
"We needed to do that this summer because we have one of the oldest teams in Europe".
"I'm disappointed with the handball in the build-up, but once the corner's given you have to defend it better", he said.
If United are to be serious title contenders, being more clinical at Old Trafford should be a priority for Mourinho, starting with the home match against the Hammers. Chelsea, without European football, were able to run away with the title, as Leicester managed to do the season before.
Burnley surprisingly have the all-time head-to-head edge over Chelsea in the top flight, 32 wins to 23.
Olivier Giroud proved Arsenal's super sub on the opening day of the Premier League season and marked a milestone for the north London club in the process. "We have a central midfielder and striker, so obviously another player would be one coming from the sides". "Players here now are so young and will stay for the future".
Adding to the situation, Ibrahimovic was spotted alongside the infamous Mino Raiola recently, where he also promised "a big announcement on his future" soon.
There is a far stronger correlation between goals scored and titles won. If Mkhitaryan plays up to the level he did during pre-season, surely he can score absolute crackers in the new season. After all, he always said he wanted to win the EPL.