Former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, right, with Romelu Lukaku at Stamford Bridge, London, August 18, 2013.
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By signing Romelu Lukaku, a player he deemed superfluous to requirements at Chelsea three years ago, Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has pulled off the close season's most significant Premier League transfer deal.Spain's Costa was the striker whose arrival at Chelsea prompted Lukaku's 28 million-pound ($36 million) sale to Everton, a deal triggered by the Belgian's unhappiness at his lack of opportunity under Mourinho and the need for the London club to conform to Financial Fair Play rules.Mourinho likes a big striker and Lukaku is quick, two-footed and surprisingly mobile for his 1.91 meters, attributes that should transform a United attack so reliant last season on the unorthodox experience of Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
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