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Jose Mourinho: How it feels to step at Old Trafford for the first time as Manchester United boss


Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is already looking forward to making his Old Trafford debut.

The Portuguese joined the Red Devils after a very disappointing campaign at Chelsea last season.

He already completed the signings of Eric Bailly, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Henrikh Mkhitaryan with recent reports claiming that Paul Pogba will be the next player to join the club.

"It's a pity that it's [my Old Trafford debut is] not tomorrow because I'm waiting for that moment," Mourinho told the club's official website.

"I've had so many years in football at a high level, so obviously I am not nervous, I feel very calm and I know that I am ready for the job, but to go into the stadium as Man United manager... I'm sure that will be special.

"It's a stadium where you have a 50-metre walk [from the tunnel to the dug-out], which is different to my previous clubs.

"In all my previous clubs the tunnel was connected with the bench; there wasn't that space to feel good or bad feelings, because when things go well you normally feel the good feelings and when things go wrong you feel the bad feelings.

"I think the 50-metre walk will give me a few seconds where I will have the chance to feel it."

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