WHO ARE UNITED’S SUMMER SIGNING TARGETS?

English Premier League giants Manchester United are expected to pay a visit to the summer transfer window and make new signings in the coming months. The club’s fans have been clamoring for new signings for quite some time now and were disappointed that no new player was signed in the January winter transfer window. Of the players that were linked with a move to Old Trafford in January, none of them made the move and a lot of fans were left frustrated in the process. Despite not signing any player, as many as three stars were allowed to leave the club but they did so on loan.

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Anthony Martial (Sevilla), Amad Diallo (Rangers), and Donny van de Beek (Everton) all left United in January in search of game time – something they were not getting under manager Ralf Ragnick. Attention has now switched to the summer, with a lot of the club’s fans expecting to see a fee new players walking through the door to Old Trafford. One of the players that has constantly been linked with a move to United is Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland.
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NO UNITED ROTATION FOR VILLA

Interim Manchester United manager Ralf Rangnick has disclosed that he won’t be doing much rotation to his team ahead of the FA Cup third round tie with Aston Villa. A fourth round berth in the FA Cup is the incentive when Manchester United take on Villa at the Theatre of Dreams.

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Rangnick talked about little or no rotation when he faced the media ahead of the Villa game. The German tactician said there would be no chance of giving fringe players the opportunity to stake a claim like he did for the Champions League clash with Swiss team Young Boys at Old Trafford in just his second game as the interim Manchester United boss. He said that little changes would be made to his normal Premier League team ahead of the Villa game.
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YOUNG BOYS OUT OF EUROPE

Swiss champions Young Boys would no longer play in Europe this season after they finished last in Group F of this season’s Champions League with the 1-1 draw at the home of Premier League giants Manchester United.

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Young Boys needed to beat the Red Devils at the Theatre of Dreams to have any chance of continuing their European football campaign this season. An away win for the Swiss champions would have kept them in the hunt for third place in their group and a place in the Europa League.
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VARANE OUT OF MANCHESTER DERBY

Manchester United have been dealt a major defensive blow following the news that summer signing Raphael Varane will miss the Premier League clash with city rivals Manchester City at the weekend due to injury. French international Varane picked up a thigh injury during the Champions League encounter with Italian team Atalanta in Group F on Tuesday night and he will miss the Manchester Derby as a result.


The Manchester Derby clash between hosts Manchester United and Manchester City is scheduled to take place on Saturday lunchtime. Varane will the game with the thigh injury from the Atalanta game after it was confirmed that he will miss the next one month via a statement from his club. Read More

UNITED DUO CELEBRATE NATIONS LEAGUE WIN

Manchester United players, Paul Pogba and Raphael Varane, played their respective parts as France beat Belgium and Spain on the way to winning the UEFA Nations League. The Manchester United duo were named in the starting XI for the two games by manager Didier Deschamps. France had to do it the hard way to win both UEFA Nations League games.


In their semi-final clash with the Red Devils of Belgium, world champions France scored three second half goals to beat their opponents 3-2. Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema, Paris Saint Germain (PSG) star KylianMbappe (penalty) and AC Milan left-sided player Theo Hernandez were all on target for the French team at the expense of the Belgium team under Roberto Martinez. Read More

HAALAND SEEN AS UNITED’S PRIME TARGET NEXT SUMMER

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The summer transfer window has been shut and clubs can no longer engage themselves in any transfer business until at least in January when the winter transfer window will be open. The summer transfer window was a big chance for clubs to sign their favored transfer targets as there was enough time for them to have all the negotiations they want to engage themselves in. However, even though a lot of clubs managed to sign a couple of players this summer, some of them are still looking forward to January and next summer to further sign more players, with some clubs looking to continue their rebuild projects while others may be forced to venture into the market if they suffer any serious injury crisis.

 

English Premier League giants Manchester United had one of the best transfer windows this summer and there’s no debating that. A club that managed to sign top players like Raphael Varane, Jadon Sancho, and Cristiano Ronaldo will definitely be considered as huge title contenders, and the fact that those new signings are coming to join a squad that already has the likes of Bruno Fernandes, Marcus Rashford, Edinson Cavani, and Paul Pogba makes the team even more dangerous.
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POGBA IN SHOCK LIVERPOOL TRANSFER LINKS

Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has been reported as a Liverpool target in what’s definitely one of the shock transfer links during this summer’s transfer window. The report via the Daily Express revealed that Mino Raiola has informed Merseyside giants Liverpool that his client is available for a transfer. Mino Raiola is one of the most controversial football agents and he’s in charge of negotiations for French international Pogba.

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There are doubts over the future of Pogbaat Manchester United as he has one year left on his contract. The Frenchman has been strongly linked with Paris Saint Germain (PSG), while the possibility of a new deal at his present club has been reported in the media.
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SOLKSJÆR STILL FACING SELECTION HEADACHE AHEAD OF NEXT SEASON

Manchester United manager Olé Gunnar Solksjær will continue to face the same selection problem he faced last season when the new season starts. The Red Devils’ boss has admitted to having two of the best goalkeepers in the world in Dean Henderson and David De Gea while he has also admitted that it will be difficult to pick one as a regular starter over the other. While a lot of managers would enjoy the luxury of having two outstanding and excellent goalkeepers in their team, it appears to be entirely difficult to have an outright choice between the two options.

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Henderson returned to Old Trafford after spending some parts of his career out on loan during which he has been able to gain some more experience and has also improved to become one of the best shot-stoppers in the Premier League. His status as an excellent goalkeeper has seen him linked with a move away from United but the English goalkeeper has continued to remain adamant that he wants to stay and fight for his place at the club.
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HENDERSON READY FOR UNITED ROLE – MOURINHO

Newly appointed AS Roma manager Jose Mourinho has backed Dean Henderson for the first-choice goalkeeper role at Manchester United. Ex-Manchester United boss Mourinho talked about England international Henderson and the goalkeeping department at his former club in a chat with The Times. According to him, Henderson has what it takes to become the number one goalkeeper at Old Trafford.

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David De Gea and Dean Henderson battled for the number one spot during the just concluded and manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is still far from deciding who will take the position permanently ahead of the new season.
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MATCH PREVIEW: ROMA VS MANCHESTER UNITED

English Premier League giants Manchester United travel to Italy to take on their Italian opposition AS Roma in the return leg of their UEFA Europa League semi-final encounter on Thursday night. United welcomed the Serie A club to Old Trafford last Thursday and secured a very impressive 6-2 first-leg win despite trailing 2-1 at the break.

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Bruno Fernandes and Edison Cavani both scored braces while Paul Pogba and Mason Greenwood wrapped up the scoring as they sealed what was an emphatic win under the lights at Old Trafford. The job looks all done for Olé Gunnar Solksjær and his men, but the Manchester United manager has insisted that he refuses to get carried away and wants his team to put the tie to bed on Thursday night.
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