Jose Mourinho will not sign another player for Manchester United this summer but instead wait for the transfer window to reopen in January, according to reports. Mourinho has already spent around £150 million (about $193 million) on improving his United squad ahead of his second season as manager at Old Trafford. Victor Lindelof, the Swedish center-back, was the first through the door this summer from Benfica for £31 million ($40m), followed by Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku for £75 million ($97m) from Everton.
Benfica striker Raúl Jiménez has emerged as a target for West Ham after club officials were spotted at the Portuguese side's away trip to Chaves on Monday. The Mexican international was linked with a move to Everton earlier this summer, however, a proposed €50m transfer fee was enough to turn the Toffees attention elsewhere. New signing Haris Seferović struck late on for Benfica as the reigning champions secured a 1-0 victory at the Estádio Municipal de Chaves, however, Jiménez was the man to watch for the West Ham officials, with the club deciding whether to make a move for him this summer, according to O Jogo. Jiménez appears to have caught the eye of West Ham while the club has been in Portugal
Ederson says he is proud to have received his first Brazil call-up as he adjusts to the Premier League with Manchester City. The 23-year-old was signed from Benfica in the off-season and, although he was previously included in a provisional Brazil squad for the Copa America Centenario, he has now been handed the opportunity to compete for a first international cap in World Cup qualifiers against Ecuador and Colombia. "I am very happy to have been called up by the national team," Ederson told City's official website.