But Manchester United did not turn to the former Chelsea and Real Madrid manager to establish them as a cup team.He was appointed to return them to the summit of English football and make them a force in the Champions League again.The EFL Cup and the Europa League was an impressive return for year one at Old Trafford but Mourinho knows he is under pressure to deliver a first Premier League title in the post Sir Alex Ferguson era.Just how far away is he from realising that ambition?We consider five key factors that will be the difference in United being crowned champions once again.Buy well Mourinho has already kicked off a summer spend that could to reach Victor Lindelof is the first of four key additions targeted in this transfer window.Mourinho has forensically studied the flaws in his squad and identified the need to add a holding midfielder, winger and striker to replace the injured Zlatan Ibrahimovic.He can’t afford a mis step in what is a critical summer, which has probably been a factor in his decision to limit his additions to a squad that fell so short a title challenge last summer.Targets such as Ivan Perisic and Nemanja Matic have prompted an underwhelmed response from United fans.But Mourinho has developed a reputation for building cohesive, title winning squads.His ability to identify exactly what is needed is second to none. United have made a habit of splashing out on superstars in recent years, with mixed success.Think Angel di Maria, Radamel Falcao, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Memphis Depay.Why Manchester United’s playing style could be about to changeHit the ground running United have been handed generous start to the new campaign.They don’t face any of last season’s top six until the visit to Anfield on October 14.The biggest threat, on paper, comes against Everton at Old Trafford. Mourinho has got a great chance to get off to a flying start just as he did in his three title wins at Chelsea.Not that there are any guarantees.
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