Do Manchester United still need Zlatan Ibrahimovic?

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Jose Mourinho has improved United's team since his arrival a year ago, with the likes of Pogba, Ibrahimovic, Lukaku, Nemanja Matic and Henrikh Mkhitaryan all being lured to the club.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has reminded Jose Mourinho that he is working hard on his comeback from injury to return to competitive action for Manchester United.

Lukaku, who wore No. 10 for Everton, indirectly freed up the number at United, as Wayne Rooney, the previous wearer of the shirt at the club, moved back to Everton right as Lukaku switched clubs in the opposite direction.

The Belgium global has made a flying start to his career at Old Trafford with four goals in his first four competitive games, and ahead of a tricky Premier League trip to Stoke on Saturday and the start of the Champions League next week, he says he can handle the responsibility of being the club's main goal scorer. "I wanted to play for [Jose] Mourinho since I was 11. I'm really grateful for the second opportunity".

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"He's someone you can talk to and whatever you say he's going to listen to you, so I like that a lot".

Once again, with United resigning Ibrahimovic to a contract this summer to extend his stay for one more year but once again, there are questions over whether or not Man United should have signed Ibrahimovic once again.

Lukaku will have a chance to continue his goal scoring streak when The Red Devils play away to Stoke City on Saturday evening.

Juan Mata and Ander Herrera have played important roles at Manchester United since Jose Mourinho's arrival. You don't fear the competition, you relish it. "It's good to have another guy that is hungry to win trophies, that's what we want at Manchester United".

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