Midfield: Nemanja Matic is set to make his league debut for United following his move from Chelsea after impressing against Madrid in midweek and the Serbian should start alongside Ander Herrera in the middle of the park.
West Ham forward Javier Hernandez is excited to play against his former club Manchester United this weekend and has said that he feels only "happiness" towards the club that brought him to the Premier League several years ago.
"We also have people coming later - Ashley Young, Luke Shaw, Marcos Rojo, maybe Zlatan".
Adding Vincent Kompany and Nathan Ake to those three attackers, here we examine five players to watch out for in the Premier League this season. But as we prepare for our all-important opener against Manchester United, we need to reflect on last season's opener against Chelsea, more importantly, how prepared we were. "If the remaining 25 percent don't arrive I will not moan, just go with everything I have to try to win every match we play".
His first season at United was a year of building - and now he is ready to get to the top again. "But there are not many around and I do not like to go after players where it is an impossible mission".
He said: "When I joined Manchester United past year I thought immediately that we needed a Matic kind of player". Manchester United wants new additions, too, while in Liverpool, Jurgen Klopp is trying to make signings as well as hold on to his best players. "Maybe I made a mistake", said Wenger, who will be without want-away Chile star Alexis Sanchez against Leicester due to injury. "I don't think I am in a position of moaning, crying, contesting or saying I am not happy".
Mourinho ensured that United returned to the elite tournament, where they deservedly belong, but a lot will come down to how the manager rotates his players to tackle and cope with different fixtures.
With Lukaku having seemingly been Chelsea's first choice, how the two strikers adapt to leading the line for title contenders is one of the Premier League's most enticing subplots, while Wayne Rooney's return to Goodison Park is one for the romantics.
Tomorrow: Manchester United v West Ham (5pm), Newcastle v Tottenham (2:30pm) - AFP.
"I understand the reality of the market, the numbers and my club by doing 75 per cent of what I asked, the club did well. He is a fantastic signing for us because I can trust him to perform at a high level".