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Former Premier League star Mark Bosnich is convinced Ivan Perisic will move to Old Trafford

The former Manchester United goalkeeper says the Croatian will be an asset for manager Jose Mourinho.

"Going with Lukaku and Perisic is pretty much done as well, he's obviously going to play a style that has served him well for years," he told talkSPORT.

"He's going to draw teams onto him and use that space to counter attack.

"With someone like Lukaku, who has got exceptional pace, someone like Perisic who can run in behind, it's going to be a little bit different to what we saw last season.

"For me Ibrahimovic was fantastic, but the way Ibrahimovic is at his stage of his career, it's very difficult to play in that counter-attacking style because he isn't the quickest.

"But with Lukaku, it's a different story."

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