"I want the team to be on a par with the club's history, which is something I've been lucky enough to feel at every club - there was the same kind of feeling at Inter [Milan] and at Real Madrid". Worst price is the returns from the lowest odds any bookmaker was offering on each team and best price is the returns from the highest odds.
Anthony Martial, meanwhile, faces a make-or-break campaign, having slipped from view last season after failing to earn Mourinho's trust. Fellow Southerners Watford also caused a few upsets earlier in the season in beating Jose Mourinho's Man United in September and Arsenal in January. In the cups we never lost, and in the Europa League, we never lost, so for the whole season, we lost one match.
He added: "25% means one of four, and we got a central defender that can play in many other positions, which is important".
However, despite missing out on the season's first silverware, it will be Chelsea that will triumph come the end of the season according to Brendan Poots, CEO of Melbourne-based sports hedge fund Priomha Capital, who runs strategies that invests in various sports events including football.
"We have to accept Real deserve to be the winners", the Spaniard said. A tough opening contest away from home against a title contender awaits Slaven Bilic - but they could count on past experience of causing opening day upsets on the road.
"They could have scored more goals than they did, we could have scored more goals than we did..." And if we consider players like Alvaro Morata cost almost €100 million, the value on signing Ibrahimovic for free makes him even better.
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"But we are playing at Old Trafford in front of our fans and we want to win the first game".
"I would like to see Pep Guardiola stay even if City didn't win a trophy, but the reality of football is that he would most likely be sacked if we have another season like the last one".
"I always remember Sir Alex Ferguson saying to me that at United, because you are Manchester United, your two centre-backs have to deal with two-on-two situations". The game will show how well manager Arsene Wenger has prepared to fight back into the top four after they missed out last season. Bernardo Silva will give us options in midfield and Ederson looks like a confident goalkeeper. We'll improve the team and try to be at that level, to constantly be improving.