Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer warns Jose Mourinho

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The Manchester United boss has warned Mourinho ahead of the opening fixture.

Can you believe it? We are less than two weeks away from seeing our favourite Premier League sides battling out for the best possible outcomes and of course finally seeing Manchester United back in action.

Once again football fans will have their smiles back on their faces. Once again the canorous cries of Jim Beglin and Peter Drury will roam in the air. And most importantly, football will be back on English soil after almost three months of suspension caused by the coronavirus outbreak.

It would be a success story should the league authority manage to end the season peacefully. Premier League’s innovation ‘project restart’ has worked really hard to make sure that the football returns to the UK as soon as possibly. And they have been quite successful in their project so far.

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The return of Premier League will see Manchester City hosting Arsenal and Norwich City welcoming Southampton – two matches that had previously been postponed due to EFL Cup final, where Manchester City secured a 2-1 victory over Aston Villa, winning their first silverware of the season.

The aforementioned matches will conclude the remaining actions of matchday 29. Thereafter, Premier League will begin its matchday 30 on June 19th, with Tottenham Hotspur hosting Manchester United on their newly-renovated turf.

Manchester United were on an 11-match unbeaten run across all competitions when an abundance of unprecedented seniors causing by the outbreak brought footballing season across Europe to a halt.

Since returning to the full-training last month, the atmosphere inside United’s camp has been optimistic, at least the pictures posted on the club’s official handles suggest so.

Solskjaer’s United side seems quite happy about their recent performances. The additions of Bruno Fernandes and Odion Ighalo from the January transfer window have seen a radical improvement in the team’s overall performances.

And with Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford fully fit, it is expected that United will come out all guns blazing against Tottenham Hotspur. Jose Mourinho, who once called Paul Pogba ‘a virus‘ during his stay at Old Trafford, will face that ‘virus’ under the floodlights of the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium because it is going to be a Friday night fixture.

Ahead of one of the most exciting matches in matchday 30, Manchester United boss has warned the rival boss Jose Mourinho, saying that United are ‘going there to play a very good game of football’. The 47-year-old Norwegian told the club’s official website:

"“We’ve been looking forward to these games for ages really.”“It does make it feel like ‘yes, we’re here soon.’“The first game is two weeks from today so we need to step up the training and get an edge to our game again.”“Everyone knows that we will have to be at our best, have to be focused [against Tottenham]. We know it’s a big game for everyone.”“We had Chelsea when we started the league this season so I’m confident that our players can go into the Tottenham game with that mentality of going there to play a very good game of football.”"

Last time when Manchester United faced Spurs was back in December last year. It was a nervy 2-1 victory for Ole’s men, thanks to a brace from United’s no.10, Marcus Rashford. Should Ole Gunner Solskjaer manage to beat Jose Mourinho this time, it would set up a new individual record of 12-match unbeaten streak across all competitions for the Norweigan.

Just like Manchester United, several Spurs’ superstars such as Harry Kane,  Steven Bergwijn, and Moussa Sissoko will be back in action following their recoveries from respective injuries. The opening game of Premier League’s matchday 30 is believed to be a clash of titans.

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