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Tuesday, July 5, 2022

Malacia becomes Ten Hag's first signing at Man Utd


Manchester United completed their swoop for Feyenoord defender Tyrell Malacia on Tuesday as Erik ten Hag made his first signing since taking charge at Old Trafford.



United landed Malacia in a reported £12.95 million ($15.4 million) deal after making a late move for the Netherlands full-back, who had been close to joining French club Lyon.


The 22-year-old has agreed a four-year contract with the option of a further 12 months.


It is a landmark deal for Ten Hag, who had been linked with a host of potential signings before finally making Malacia the first acquisition of his United reign.


Ten Hag arrived at United in May after finishing his successful spell at Ajax, where he had plenty of opportunities to see Malacia's quality with Dutch rivals Feyenoord.


Malacia, who made 136 appearances for Feyenoord, said: "It's an incredible feeling to have joined Manchester United. This is a new chapter for me, a new league with new team-mates and a tremendous manager leading us.


"I know from playing against his teams in the Eredivisie, the qualities that he has and what he demands of his players.


"Whilst I know that I am still young and will continue to develop, I can promise the United fans that I will leave everything on the pitch every time I pull on the red shirt."


Malacia, who plays largely at left-back, is expected to be part of the United squad that leaves for the pre-season tour of Thailand and Australia on Friday.


"I'll always be thankful to Feyenoord for all they have given to me and my family. None of this would be possible if it wasn't for them," Malacia said.


"Now I'm ready to focus on the future with United, and help my new club achieve success."


Capped five times by the Netherlands, Malacia is likely to compete with England left-back Luke Shaw for a place in United's starting line-up.


"Tyrell is an exciting, dynamic young footballer with excellent experience for his age, including five seasons in the Eredivisie, a European final and full international honours for the Netherlands," United football director John Murtough said.


"We look forward to seeing him continue to develop under the guidance of Erik ten Hag and his coaching team in the years ahead."


Ten Hag's recruitment drive is starting to gather pace, with Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen reportedly agreeing to join United on a free transfer after his impressive loan spell at Brentford last season.


Barcelona midfielder Frenkie De Jong and Ajax defender Lisandro Martinez have also been linked with moves to Old Trafford.


As well as overhauling a squad that finished a disappointing sixth in the Premier League last season, Ten Hag must resolve the future of Cristiano Ronaldo.


Ronaldo missed training for "family reasons" on Monday after reportedly asking for a transfer following United's failure to qualify for the Champions League.


United are said to be determined to hold onto the Portugal striker, who finished as their top scorer last season



Saturday, July 2, 2022

Fabrizio Romano: Arsenal 'still pushing' to sign Lisandro Martinez ahead of Man United

 Fabrizio Romano: Arsenal 'still pushing' to sign Lisandro Martinez ahead of Man United

Arsenal are still keen on a deal to sign Lisandro Martinez from Ajax, with Man United also in the race for his signature, says Fabrizio Romano



Arsenal are “still pushing” to sign Lisandro Martinez from Ajax despite facing stiff competition from Manchester United for the defender’s signature, according to Fabrizio Romano.


The 24-year-old has been linked with a move away from Amsterdam this summer, and according to Italian journalist Romano, the Argentina international is one of the top targets for new Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag.


Romano claims that Arsenal are still also firmly in the race to sign Martinez this summer as the Gunners and the Red Devils look to assemble squads capable of breaking back into the top four next season.


The Italian reporter says that Manchester United will turn their full attentions to trying to sign Martinez after they wrap up a deal bring Tyrell Malacia to Old Trafford from Feyenoord.


However, Manchester United can expect to face competition from Arsenal for the Argentine’s signature, with Romano saying that the Gunners have “no intention” of giving up in the race to sign the defender.



Posting on his personal Twitter account, Romano said: “Manchester United are preparing a bid for Lisandro Martinez. He’s very high in Erik ten Hag’s list, race open with Arsenal that have no intention to give up.


“Once Malacia deal will be signed and official, Man United will be on it – while Arsenal are still pushing.”

Martinez moved to Ajax back in 2019 and has scored six goals in a total of 120 appearances in all competitions for the Dutch club. He was a regular fixture in the Ajax team last term as he helped Ten Hag’s side to win the Dutch league title for the second season running.


He made his senior international debut for Argentina back in 2019 and has notched up seven caps for his national team since then.





Wednesday, June 15, 2022

Manchester United's Success in the Premier League

 Manchester United's Success in the Premier League



The Premier League is one of the most popular leagues in the world. It has been a major catalyst in the formation of many global stars in the world of football. Manchester United was one of the first teams in the world to earn a place in the highest level of football, the Premier League. They dominated the league for many years and had their first title in it's founding year.


1. History of the Premier League

The Premier League was founded by the British Football Association in 1992. It has seen many ups and downs since then. It is a league that has a lot of competition, with a lot of clubs competing for the title each year. The league has seen many changes in the time that it has been in existence. It was originally the First Division of the Football League, which was made up of the best teams in England. However, it soon became the First Division of the Premier League, which was made up of the top 16 clubs in England. The Premier League is a league that is focused on the fight for the title each year. It is a league that is all about the money, the best players, and the most exciting games.


2. Manchester United's success in the Premier League.

Manchester United has been on a winning streak since the beginning of the Premier League. Since its inception, the club has won an impressive 24 titles. Manchester United's success in the Premier League is largely attributed to the legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson. Sir Alex Ferguson has had great success in the Premier League as well. He has won an impressive 13 titles as the manager of Manchester United. Sir Alex Ferguson's success in the Premier League is largely attributed to the way he uses his squad. Sir Alex Ferguson has had great success in the Premier League as well. He has won an impressive 13 titles as the manager of Manchester United. The best way to market your Ecommerce Website: A Complete Guide The best way to optimize your website content for SEO is to create a page for every important keyword you want to rank for. The more pages you have, the more likely your website ranks. You should also make sure that the content is original and not just copied from other websites. Also, it is essential to put a few links to your best content pages where it makes sense. You should also include your keywords in the web pages' title tags and meta descriptions. This helps the search engines find your pages much more effortless. You


3. Conclusion.

Manchester United, the most successful football club in England and in Europe, has always been a club that has been able to attract some of the best players in the world. The reason for this is that the club always has a good team and has a history of winning trophies. The reason for the success of this club is that the team is able to attract the best players in the world. The reason for this is that Manchester United is a club that has a reputation for its success. If a player is looking for a club that is successful and has a history of winning trophies, he will likely want to join Manchester United.


4.The Premier League is a big deal in football. It is considered the most prestigious league in the world and is one of the most watched sports leagues in the world. Every year, over 750 million people from around the world watch a football game on television. The Premier League is also the highest-earning football league in the world with an annual turnover of around 3.2 billion Euros. Manchester United was the most successful club in the Premier League with a record of 19 titles and 38 trophies. United's success in the Premier League is seen as one of the most influential aspects of their history. The Premier League is the most prestigious in the world, with Manchester United being the most successful club in it. The Premier League is the most prestigious in the world, with Manchester United being the most successful club in it.


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Man United considering transfer move for Serie A ace who looks perfect for Ten Hag’s style

 Man United considering transfer move for Serie A ace who looks perfect for Ten Hag’s style


Manchester United are reportedly considering a transfer move for Inter Milan right-back Denzel Dumfries this summer.


The Netherlands international has impressed in his time in Serie A and also previously looked very promising in his time with former club PSV.


One imagines new Red Devils manager Erik ten Hag knows Dumfries well from his time in the Eredivisie, and Goal now report that the pair could be reunited at Old Trafford.


The report states that Dumfries is seen as someone who could help Ten Hag implement his playing style for his new club, with a more attack-minded right-back making sense as a priority.



Manchester United's James Garner makes vow after Nottingham Forest loan spell

 Manchester United's James Garner makes vow after Nottingham Forest loan spell


James Garner believes he has proved doubters wrong by answering a question hanging over his ability



Nottingham Forest loanee James Garner thinks he has done enough to prove any doubters wrong after his spell at the City Ground.


Garner, 21, has spent the past 18 months on Trentside having first signed on-loan in January 2021, a signing under then-Forest boss Chris Hughton.


This season he has continued to provide brilliant performances, contributing four goals and eight assists in the Championship under Cooper this year.


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Garner has been linked with another loan spell with the Reds following their promotion to the Premier League, although that claim has been questioned by the midfielder's agent Steven Beck. The midfielder has also established himself as a more regular option in Lee Carsley's England Under-21 squad. Having made his Young Lions debut back in September 2021, he has featured in seven of the Under-21s' eleven fixtures since.


After playing 74 minutes of the Young Lions' 2-1 defeat to Slovenia at Huddersfield Town's John Smiths Stadium - where he was booed by some sections of the home support - Garner said he hopes he has proved wrong those who raised his physicality as an issue.


He said: "I think I've come on leaps and bounds this season. I've played a lot of games, fifty plus I think.


"I have developed a lot physically which was the question asked of me - whether I am physically ready. I've shown that I'm physically ready to play."


He added: "Before I went on loan there were questions about whether I am physically read to compete and play first-team football.


I believe I've shown that this season not only by playing a lot of games but by how I've held my own in a tough league."

Tuesday, June 14, 2022

Louis van Gaal advice can help Erik ten Hag transform Manchester United's transfer policy

 OPINION


Louis van Gaal advice can help Erik ten Hag transform Manchester United's transfer policy


Ten Hag faces a huge task as he begins his rebuild at Old Trafford, but he's already facing up to potentially missing out on his first-choice targets.



The former United boss hasn’t been shy of aiming the odd dig at the club since his departure, and his opinions seem to have gone into overdrive recently, with one of his Netherlands internationals involved in a transfer saga. Ten Hag and United though would do well to heed his warning of two years ago when Van Gaal bemoaned the way in which transfers were handled during his time at Old Trafford.


“Manchester United did not have the qualities to become champions and had an outdated selection with 10 players over 30, five over 35,” Van Gaal said back in 2020. “So I told them I was going to rejuvenate and which players should come. I didn't get one of those.


“Then you end up in a different segment and as a coach you have to push your boundaries. You don't expect that at the richest club in the world. A turnover of £600m and can't buy the players you need. You should buy number one and not number seven.




Should United continue to be left frustrated, they are willing to move on to other targets, and have stayed in touch with potential alternative options. Yet that could see them falling into an all-too familiar trap.


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De Jong is clearly Ten Hag’s first choice when it comes to midfield signings, and forcing him to change tack could mean the new manager having to rip up his original plans for next season before it's started. Given the size of the task at hand, you don’t want to be adding more work to his pile.


On one hand, you can understand United’s thinking. If Barcelona — who have indicated at various points how desperate they are to bring in some cash by selling players — are playing hardball over De Jong, then on paper it would perhaps make sense to explore other options.


Of course, it doesn’t always work out that way, and clubs can often find themselves shelling out more than they want to on the players they’ve eyed up as cheaper alternatives. Louis van Gaal can tell you as much.

Of course, the selling club also thinks: ‘If you are so rich, you also have to pay the highest amount imaginable for a player.’ That was what happened with transfers.


Then you have to do with the numbers seven or eight on your wish list. For which you actually pay way too much money, on which the coach is judged and convicted.”



It’s a valid point that Van Gaal makes. Ten Hag will have made his way to Old Trafford with a plan in his head of how he is going to turn the club’s fortunes around, and much of that will be based on him securing his first choice targets in the transfer window. Copy code snippet


United have been very guilty of overspending on players who have ultimately not delivered over the years. That’s why Ten Hag set about ensuring he would get control over transfers before agreeing to become the club’s new manager.


Now he has the chance to change United’s policy to work in his favour. Rather than having to settle for players further down his wish list, he must do everything to secure his ideal targets, and put in place his vision.







Saturday, June 11, 2022

Barcelona’s £426m warning amid Man United’s Frenkie De Jong interest as Mike Phelan talks held

 Barcelona’s £426m warning amid Man United’s Frenkie De Jong interest as Mike Phelan talks held


These are your Manchester United morning headlines for Saturday, June 11.



Here are your Manchester United morning headlines for Saturday, June 11.


Barcelona issue £426m warning as Manchester United eye Frenkie de Jong transfer


Senior Barcelona official Eduard Romeu has extraordinarily claimed that £426m (€500m) is needed to “save” the club, meaning a host of players could be leaving including Manchester United target Frenkie de Jong.


As reported by the Manchester Evening News last month, United are interested in signing the Barcelona midfielder and are weighing up a big-money offer. United are desperate to strengthen their midfield options this summer and De Jong is a leading target for manager Erik ten Hag.


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Barcelona have debts of around €1bn (£850m), according to the Athletic, and as a result have been hit hard by La Liga’s financial rules. Spain’s salary cap rules this season meant Barcelona were forced to let Lionel Messi leave for Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer last summer.


Read what Romeu said here.


Manchester United to negotiate Mike Phelan departure after Erik ten Hag decision


Manchester United will negotiate Mike Phelan's departure as assistant coach after he was told that he would have no part to play in the first-team set-up under Erik ten Hag.


The 59-year-old returned to the club under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as a first-team coach before being promoted to the role of assistant manager three years ago. Phelan remained in that role until Solskjaer's sacking last year but was kept on at the club as a first-team coach under interim manager Ralf Rangnick.


The former Hull City manager cut a detached figure in the dugout following Solskjaer's sacking, but Rangnick leant on him more as the season progressed.

 Ten Hag has appointed Mitchell van der Gaag and Steve McClaren as his assistants for next season, but the club will need to negotiate Phelan's exit given he still has one year remaining on his current deal.





Tuesday, June 7, 2022

Manchester United identify Dutch star as transfer target to replace failed Solskjaer signing

 Manchester United identify Dutch star as transfer target to replace failed Solskjaer signing



Manchester United are reportedly eyeing up a potential transfer move for a new right-back this summer.


Aaron Wan-Bissaka has struggled at Old Trafford since being signed for big money by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer back in 2019, and it wouldn’t be surprising if he were offloaded by new manager Erik ten Hag before the start of next season.


This has been strongly suggested by Fabrizio Romano in his exclusive CaughtOffside column recently, and it now seems that Man Utd may have found a candidate to replace him.


Denzel Dumfries to Manchester United?


According to Calciomercato, Ten Hag could try signing fellow Dutchman Denzel Dumfries from Inter Milan, though Bayern Munich are also interested in the 26-year-old.


Dumfries impressed in his time in the Eredivisie with PSV, and has continued to look like a fine attac



This is surely the kind of full-back United need, with Wan-Bissaka simply not offering enough going forward, even if he’s a pretty solid defender.


United’s rivals, however, have enjoyed success with attack-minded full-backs such as Trent Alexander-Arnold at Liverpool, Reece James at Chelsea, and Kyle Walker at Manchester City, so this seems like an important change for Ten Hag to make.



Monday, June 6, 2022

Shirt numbers available at Manchester United for Jurrien Timber, Darwin Nunez & transfer

 Shirt numbers available at Manchester United for Jurrien Timber, Darwin Nunez & transfer


Man United are set to be tasked with awarding new shirt numbers to several new signings this summer



Both No.31 and No.6 will become available at Manchester United this summer. (Image: Matthew Peters/Manchester United via Getty Images.)Get the latest on new manager Erik ten Hag, transfers and United team news delivered straight to your inbox every day for 


A summer of transition lies ahead for Manchester United and a whole host of transfer targets are already being linked with moves to Old Trafford.


Following the appointment of Erik ten Hag as manager, United are set to experience the type of summer that they haven't had in years with several new faces hopefully arriving at the club. They have already started to clear the decks, confirming that Lee Grant, Nemanja Matic, Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard, Juan Mata and Edinson Cavani will all leave the club when their contracts expire at the end of this month.


Their departures will significantly decrease the club's wage bill, meaning there will be room for United to bring in fresh blood to strengthen several areas of the squad. Centre-back, central-midfield and upfront are the three most important areas for United to improve and a plethora of targets are already being linked with filling those spots.


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Whoever Ten Hag does manage to add to his squad this summer, they will need to be assigned a shirt number. With more departures expected to come as the summer unfolds, we have highlighted some of the jerseys which are already up for grabs and those that will soon be available when the out-of-contract contingent departs at the end of June.


No.6

Worn by Pogba ever since his return to United in August 2016, the iconic shirt number has become vacant as a result of the Frenchman's impending exit. It has been worn by plenty of big-name stars in the past, including Jaap Stam, Steve Bruce, Rio Ferdinand the late Duncan Edwards.

No.8


Sported by Mata since he joined United from Chelsea, the Spaniard's incoming exit means that it will soon be available for a potential new signing to snap up. Considered as one of the most iconic shirt numbers in football, the No.8 shirt has been worn by a long list of United greats in years gone by, such as Sir Bobby Charlton, Ryan Giggs and Wayne Rooney.


No.12


The No.12 shirt has been up for grabs at Old Trafford since Chris Smalling left the club to join Roma back in 2020. He sported the number for 10 years, following his arrival from Fulham in 2010.

It has a decorated history at United, being worn by the likes of Phil Neville, Gary Neville, Paul Scholes and Bryan Robson in the past. It could be considered a privilege for any new arrival to wear it next season.

No.13

Vacated by goalkeeper Grant, the No.13 shirt is up for grabs for the first time since 2018 for a potential new recruit. Prior to Grant adopting it four years ago, it was donned by Anders Lindegaard. Ji-sung Park is among the most famous to have ever worn it.

No.14

Sported by Lingard since the 2016/17 campaign, the No.14 shirt is up for grabs this summer. Several famous faces have donned the number over the years, including David Beckham, Javier Hernandez and Giggs.


No.21


After giving up the No.7 shirt for Cristiano Ronaldo last year, Cavani switched to No.21 following the Portugal captain's return to M16. Cavani picked up the No.21 baton from Daniel James, who sealed a move to Leeds United on deadline day last summer.


Prior to James sporting the No.21 shirt, it was donned by the likes of Ander Herrera, Diego Forlan and Brazilian Rafael.


No.24


The No.24 shirt will also be available this summer, with it only ever having six occupiers throughout United's rich and colourful history. However, it is a number that has been worn by some famous faces down the years, including Wes Brown, Darren Fletcher, Scholes and Beckham.


No.31


Finally, the No.31 shirt will also be free for any new recruits following Matic's impending exit. The Serbian wore the shirt since joining United in August 2017 and it has been occupied by several big-name players in the past, including Bastian Schweinsteiger and Marouane Fellaini.


*Other shirt numbers above 31 are available





Man United enter race to sign Christian Eriksen on free transfer - report

Man United enter race to sign Christian Eriksen on free transfer - report

Manchester United are hoping to sign Christian Eriksen on a free transfer this summer, according to a report in England




Manchester United have entered the race to sign Christian Eriksen on a free transfer this summer, according to a report in England.

The lakevibez is reporting that the Red Devils are set to turn to Eriksen as a potential candidate to bolster the Manchester United midfield ahead of the 2022-23 season.

The same article states that new Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag wants to recruit the Denmark international to improve his options in the middle of the park.

According to the same story, Ten Hag worked with Eriksen as the 30-year-old made his way back to action after having a cardiac arrest at Euro 2020 last summer to eventually playing for Brentford in the Premier League last term.

The Daily Mirror is reporting that Brentford have already offered Eriksen a contract that would make the Danish playmaker the best-paid player at the west London club.

The media outlet go on to reveal that Eriksen’s former club Tottenham Hotspur and Everton are also involved in the race to sign the Danish midfielder.

Spurs would be able to offer Eriksen the chance to play in the Champions League next season but Manchester United can only offer Europa League football following their sixth-placed finish.

Eriksen, who has netted 38 goals in 112 games for Denmark since making his senior international debut in 2010, scored one goal and made four assists in 11 games in the Premier League last season.

The 30-year-old has a well-established Premier League career after netting 70 goals in 316 games during his stints at Brentford and Spurs.


Sunday, June 5, 2022

From UK – Club willing to agree £70million deal for star to join Man United

 From UK – Club willing to agree £70million deal for star to join Man United



The future of Frenkie de Jong at Barcelona remains uncertain and it will be intriguing to see if he will end up joining Manchester United.


As per a report covered by The Daily Mail today (press image provided below), Barca are willing to agree a deal worth £70million for De Jong to join Man Utd.


Transfer: Man Utd submit bid to sign £111million star – Report


The renowned UK source have mentioned that talks have been held and Ten Hag remains frustrated because the midfielder is reluctant to join a team that will not take part in the Champions League next season.


De Jong was influential for the Netherlands in the recent victory against Belgium (provided an assist) and stated (NOS via The Mail)


“I like to be the first player to receive the ball from the defenders. In the national team I play differently compared to Barca. And I think this one fits me better”


At Ajax, the 25-year-old excelled in the No.6 role under the leadership of Erik ten Hag. Moreover, he has proved to be effective in the DM position for the Dutch national side as well.


Holding midfielders are usually the first players to receive the ball from the backline and the dilemma for De Jong is that at Barcelona, Sergio Busquets has been irreplaceable in the No.6 position for years. So, he has mainly played in the central midfield.


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Man United do not have a specialist No.6 in their squad and Frenkie de Jong could benefit from the presence of Ten Hag at Old Trafford.


Let’s see if the new manager can convince the midfielder who does not want to play in the Europa League.



 An enigma: Paul Pogba’s departure rather than an expensive new contract should augur well for Manchester United

 An enigma: Paul Pogba’s departure rather than an expensive new contract should augur well for Manchester United


From a distance it felt like Pogba, who has once again left United as a free agent, was the very epitome of that player power, someone Mourinho reportedly called a “virus” in front of his team-mates.


In the mid 1960s, after a very successful season, when he became the ‘King of the Stretford End’ at Old Trafford, Denis Law walked up to then Manchester United manager Matt Busby, demanding a pay hike. Upon his return from his native Scotland, as the new season began, Law found himself among the players who were put on the transfer list. United’s talisman, a part of the Trinity, had to apologise to Busby for his ‘mistake’.


In 2003, Alex Ferguson booted out David Beckham because the manager felt that the superstar footballer undermined his authority. Later Ferguson wrote in his autobiography: “It doesn’t matter whether it’s Alex Ferguson or Pete the Plumber. The name of the manager is irrelevant. The authority is what counts … that was the death knell for him.”


In 2018, after United sacked Jose Mourinho, Paul Pogba posted a cryptic tweet, apparently revelling in the schadenfreude. United were gradually losing their winning mojo and identity following Ferguson’s retirement, but that was a defining moment in terms of completely shredding the club culture and Busby and Ferguson’s legacy. A starstruck Ed Woodward, the club’s former executive vice-chairman, in thrall to Pogba’s stardom, sided with the Frenchman in his fight with Mourinho. Pogba was fresh from his World Cup win with France, he was the club’s most saleable brand at that point and only two years ago, United had forked out £89 million to bring him back to Old Trafford from Juventus.


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The rise of player power would eventually make the dressing room toxic. Two more managers – Ole Gunnar Solskjær and Ralf Rangnick – would fell prey to it, forcing the club to finally go for a cultural reset under its new manager Erik ten Hag. From a distance it felt like Pogba, who has once again left United as a free agent, was the very epitome of that player power, someone Mourinho reportedly called a “virus” in front of his team-mates.


In 2012, when Pogba had left United for the first time, he was a rising star. The negotiations that led to the midfielder joining Juventus made Ferguson call the player’s agent Mino Raiola – he recently passed away – a “s…bag”. The legendary former manager also argued that Pogba had disrespected the club. This time, Pogba is leaving United as an enigma, with 39 goals and 51 appearances from 233 appearances.


Opinions are divided over whether Pogba failed United or it was the other way round. The club never made the right signings to complement its most expensive player. He never had a settled position on the pitch, playing as a No. 6, a No. 10, on the left wing and as a false nine even. Bruno Fernandes’s arrival restricted Pogba’s attacking presence and curbed his freedom, which he enjoys while playing for his national team. Still, he gave some magical moments on the pitch, but for a player of his talent, those were few and far between. He never looked to be committed like Juan Mata. Also, his injury record was awful.


Several times Pogba openly flirted with moves away from United, as his agent publicly ran down the club. Raiola’s interview on the eve of United’s make-or-break Champions League tie against RB Leipzig in December 2020 was arguably the worst. According to a report in The Athletic, it caused a major distraction in the dressing room, as United lost the match and were relegated to the Europa League. Pogba never publicly contradicted his agent. He also kept his own counsel, when Raiola had spoken about offering his client to Manchester City.

The iconic former United captain Roy Keane was critical about Pogba. In an interview with Sky Sports two years ago, he had said: “What I would say about Pogba, we have been saying for the last year or two that he needs to take more of a lead with the team. I don’t think he wants to be a leader. I think he will enjoy that Harry Maguire has come into the club, showing different leadership skills. And obviously Fernandes, leadership skills on the pitch. And I think Pogba likes that.


“I don’t think he necessarily wants to be the main guy. He probably wants to be the main guy on the social media side of things, but on the pitch he is thinking, ‘I’m glad of that, I will just be under that radar’. We have always said he’s got that quality, and I think he never really wanted to be that leader at Man United. He doesn’t have to be now because he’s got a couple of other lads around him and he looks like he’s enjoying himself a bit more.”


Keane’s comment rings true. The true marker of a player’s time at a club is the reception he gets from the match-goers. “F… off Pogba” said the fans at Old Trafford after United’s game against Norwich in April. The player responded to it by cupping his ear, but as it turned out, there was no way back.


A new era is dawning at Old Trafford and Pogba’s departure rather than an expensive new contract should augur well for United. But losing a player of his calibre twice for free attested terrible business, reflective of the way the club is being at the moment.




Saturday, June 4, 2022

Manchester United Confident Of Signing Frenkie De Jong In £50 Million Deal


Manchester United Confident Of Signing Frenkie De Jong In £50 Million Deal



Premier League giants Manchester United are reportedly confident of signing Frenkie de Jong from Barcelona in a £50 million deal.

According to a report by Daily Mail, Manchester United and Barcelona are in talks over a possible move in the summer transfer window for Frenkie de Jong. And the Premier League heavyweights are confident of securing the services of the Dutch midfielder in a deal worth £50 million.

Frenkie de Jong has been one of the most coveted midfielders in Europe since his days at Ajax. After taking Europe by storm during his stint with the Dutch giants, the 25-year-old joined Barcelona in July 2019 and has since continued his progress at Camp Nou.

The Dutch midfielder has made 140 appearances for Barcelona thus far, chipping in with 13 goals and 17 assists. But de Jong faces an uncertain future at the Catalan club amid their financial distress. And Barcelona’s woes could be Manchester United’s gain, with the Red Devils hot on the trail of de Jong.


Manchester United Confident Of Signing Frenkie De Jong In £50 Million Deal

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Premier League giants Manchester United are reportedly confident of signing Frenkie de Jong from Barcelona in a £50 million deal.

According to a report by Daily Mail, Manchester United and Barcelona are in talks over a possible move in the summer transfer window for Frenkie de Jong. And the Premier League heavyweights are confident of securing the services of the Dutch midfielder in a deal worth £50 million.

Frenkie de Jong has been one of the most coveted midfielders in Europe since his days at Ajax. After taking Europe by storm during his stint with the Dutch giants, the 25-year-old joined Barcelona in July 2019 and has since continued his progress at Camp Nou.

The Dutch midfielder has made 140 appearances for Barcelona thus far, chipping in with 13 goals and 17 assists. But de Jong faces an uncertain future at the Catalan club amid their financial distress. And Barcelona’s woes could be Manchester United’s gain, with the Red Devils hot on the trail of de Jong.


The interest from Manchester United stems from the departures of Paul Pogba and Nemanja Matic. The duo will officially leave the 20-time English champions in the summer transfer window, leaving a gaping hole in the midfield unit at Old Trafford.



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Frenkie de Jong has thus emerged as a viable target for Manchester United, although the Barcelona midfielder’s stance over joining the Red Devils threatens to put a spanner in the works. The Dutch international does not want to join Manchester United as they will not play in the UEFA Champions League next season.

But the Premier League heavyweights hope to lure him to Manchester United by offering him a contract worth £395,000 per week. And according to Daily Mail, amid talks between Manchester United and Barcelona, the English giants are confident about prising him away from Camp Nou in a £50 million deal.

The suggestions by Daily Mail contract recent reports, which had suggested that Manchester United and Barcelona had already agreed to a transfer fee. But with the Red Devils hoping to land de Jong in a deal worth £50 million, it will be interesting to see if the Barcelona midfielder moves to Old Trafford anytime soon.


Friday, June 3, 2022

Man Utd now seem 'close' to signing two players as Erik ten Hag seeks flying startMANCHESTER UNITED boss Erik ten Hag wants the club to take action in this summer's transfer window.

 Man Utd now seem 'close' to signing two players as Erik ten Hag seeks flying startMANCHESTER UNITED boss Erik ten Hag wants the club to take action in this summer's transfer window.


Manchester United have interest in Pau Torres and Darwin Nunez as they look to bolster their squad. And, over the past week, it’s been claimed deals for both players are ‘close’ by the same source. Erik ten Hag is eager for the Red Devils to get their recruitment right as they look to win the Premier League title for the first time since 2013, back when Sir Alex Ferguson ruled the roost.

With the start of the summer transfer window edging closer, United are being linked with a host of players.


And links to Torres and Nunez have intensified over the past seven days, with the duo shining for Villarreal and Benfica respectively last term.


United were in for Torres 12 months ago, only to end up moving for Raphael Varane instead under the guidance of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.


And GiveMeSport’s Dean Jones said earlier in the week that sources close to the player were adamant a move was ‘close’.


I think, from what I understand, a lot of people close to Pau Torres do see this deal as one that is still gathering pace,” he said.

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“People close to the player say it is close and Villarreal think there’s a good chance it will happen.”


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They consider Atletico Madrid as their main rivals to sign him, from what I hear, but obviously, loads around Europe are looking.

“If Darwin does move to Old Trafford, it will be a brilliant signing for the Ten Hag era.”


If United are indeed on the verge of signing the pair, it will give Ten Hag the flying start he craves.


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Regarding Torres, his arrival would come at a time where Eric Bailly, Phil Jones and Axel Tuanzebe are expected to leave.

It’s feasible he’d slot in alongside Varane, which would also spell trouble for club captain Harry Maguire.

Maguire had a torrid campaign last time out, with his form regressing under both Solskjaer and Rangnick.


And it would also mean Victor Lindelof having to spend more time on the bench, too, than he’s normally used to.



If United land Nunez, he could challenge Cristiano Ronaldo for a starting berth.


Though Ronaldo netted an impressive 24 goals across all competitions, he can’t go on forever at the age of 37.


Additionally, Nunez could also play on the left-hand side of United’s attack.

That would potentially mean moving Jadon Sancho to the opposite flank, with the England international previously playing there at times for Borussia Dortmund.

And it would also damage Marcus Rashford’s chances of securing regular game time.

Rashford has been linked with moves to the likes of Arsenal, Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona in recent months.

Yet even if Nunez arrives, it’s hard to see United getting rid of their academy graduate at the current moment in time.

The Red Devils also have interest in other players as the start of the summer transfer window nears

They remain interested in Ajax’s Jurrien Timber, even though he hinted he’d be happy to stay in the Netherlands.

Frenkie de Jong, of Barcelona, is also in their sights.

And United have emerged as potential suitors for N'Golo Kante, whose long-term future at Chelsea is up in the air. 



Thursday, June 2, 2022

Paul Pogba leaves Man Utd: Angry training bust-up, cheating accusation and transfer dream

Paul Pogba leaves Man Utd: Angry training bust-up, cheating accusation and transfer dream

Paul Pogba leaves Man Utd: Angry training bust-up, cheating accusation and transfer dream

World Cup winner Paul Pogba is yet to announce where his future lies, although all roads appear to point to Juventus, the side Man United signed the Frenchman from in 2016

Paul Pogba's second Manchester United exit has been confirmed, closing the book on an ultimately disappointing six years at Old Trafford fraught with more drama than success. World Cup winner Pogba is yet to announce where his future lies, although all roads appear to point to Juventus, the side Man United signed the Frenchman from in a club-record £89million transfer back in 2016. Should Pogba indeed rejoin the Serie A giants it will be the second time he has left Man United for Juventus on a free after he put pen to paper with the Italian outfit in 2012 after his first contract at Old Trafford expired.


"I feel privileged to have played for this club," Pogba wrote across his socials on Wednesday. "Many beautiful moments and memories but most importantly an unconditional support from the fans. Thank you Man United." It was Jose Mourinho who re-signed Pogba for Man United, with the Frenchman's big-money move preceding what was meant to be a new successful period for the Red Devils post-Sir Alex Ferguson. But for a number of reasons things never really worked out for Pogba at Man United, with each passing year promising to be the one where the Frenchman would finally find his feet, but never quite living up to expectation.
Issues with coaches An early hint that things weren't going to plan for Pogba at Man United is when he fell out with Mourinho. Sky Sports were given the rare opportunity to film at the Red Devils' training ground when the incident occurred. Mourinho was allegedly angry that Pogba had posted a video of himself laughing with his Man United teammates following a defeat, and confronted the Frenchman about it.
The Portuguese could be heard saying to the Red Devils' press officer John Allen: "John, when did Paul post on Instagram?' as the duo exchanged heated words and glares. Pogba also clashed with Mourinho during a fiery touchline spat at Wembley Stadium during a defeat by Tottenham, which ultimately saw the now 29-year-old dropped by his boss. Pogba would outlast Mourinho, with the Portuguese eventually getting the sack and being replaced by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, but the Frenchman's problems at Old Trafford certainly never ended there.
Issues with teammates
Throughout Pogba's time at United, there has always been the suggestion that he never really pulled his weight. At times the midfielder was lethargic and didn't give the impression he was fighting for the badge on the shirt like players before him, such as Roy Keane, and individuals he starred alongside, like Bruno Fernandes. For a long time, it seemed Pogba's problems were with the staff at United, but in an interview in 2021, after the Red Devils turned a corner and were starting to pick up results, the Frenchman took a pop at his teammates - for the very thing he had been criticized for in the past.

Tuesday, May 31, 2022

Manchester United could solve two problems with first summer signing

Manchester United could solve two problems with first summer signing


Man Utd are looking to strengthen their side in the summer window with Erik ten Hag considering a move for a former Ajax player.



Manchester United might have to learn to compromise in the summer transfer window. Erik ten Hag is looking to overhaul his new side but has his hands tied if he is going to address every problem in the squad.


Before he left the club, Ralf Rangnick suggested as many as 10 new players might be needed this summer, though club sources insist the rebuild is not as severe as suggested by the former would-be consultant.


The truth is that United probably need five or six new faces in the off-season to improve their squad while also replacing those who leave this summer. It will be easier said than done, though.


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United have suffered in the past from a one at a time approach and must also overcome their previous hurdle of selling players before they can reinvest funds into their squad.


It means United might well end up with only three or four new faces by the end of the summer, a scenario which would see certain areas of the pitch neglected despite a need for reinvestment.


Therefore, United might look to get creative in the summer window and, in Ajax defender Jurrien Timber, they have one candidate who could solve both issues in the team.

Ten Hag is understood to have championed Timber in recent recruitment meetings and is a huge admirer of his former defender from their time together in Amsterdam.


The 20-year-old is still a raw talent, but one with a bright future and plenty of untapped potential. He certainly has the right type of character required if United are to be successful in their rebuild.


Not only does Timber have the right character traits on his side to shine at Old Trafford, but he also has versatility at his disposal, and could help solve two issues in one if necessary.


It means United could end the summer with either a central defender or a full-back, rather than the preference for both, though Timber could well be the ideal solution.


The Dutch defender operates primarily at centre-back but also has experience playing on the right-hand side of defence under the guidance of Ten Hag.

Jurrien Timber has burst on to the scene for Ajax. (Image: BSR Agency/Getty Images)


This season he made 38 appearances in the central role and another five out wide, while in total he has made 64 appearances for Ajax at centre-back and 14 at right-back since making his debut against SC Heerenveen in March 2020.


In the long run, Timber will need regular playing time at centre-back in order to fulfil his vast potential, but arriving at Old Trafford as a back-up central defender who can also fill in at full-back could be the ideal way for him to adapt to his new league before being thrown in at the deep end.


United fans might be desperate for new first-teamers this summer, but signing a young, promising player with a bright future like Timber could well be the best decision of them all.


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Monday, May 30, 2022

Robert Lewandowski confirms Bayern Munich career is over and leaves door open for Man Utd

Robert Lewandowski confirms Bayern Munich career is over and leaves door open for Man Utd


The Poland international is out of contract at the German champions next summer but has confirmed he does not intend to fulfil the final year of his deal at the club



Robert Lewandowski has confirmed that his Bayern Munich career is "over" as he looks set to end his eight-year stint in Bavaria in the summer transfer window.


Lewandowski has reportedly told the Bundesliga giants that he 'won't sign a new deal' as he has already lined up a new club, as Polish television channel TVP Sport recently claimed Barcelona are in the driving seat to secure the player's signature. The 33-year-old striker is out of contract at Bayern in the summer of 2023 and the club are keen to avoid losing him as a free agent.


Last month, Bayern CEO Oliver Kahn poured cold water on the suggestion that the Poland international would be leaving the club as he comes closer to entering the final 12 months of his contract. This prompted Barca boss Xavi to address the transfer rumours directly about the forward, who bagged a remarkable 50 goals this term and has surpassed the 40-goal landmark in seven successive seasons.


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However, Lewandowski's latest comments appear to be an attempt from him to force an exit this summer and that would almost certainly prompt Bayern into a weaker negotiating position with a transfer increasingly likely. Manchester United have also been linked with an ambitious move for the Poland international, although Barca are thought to be front-runners.


On Monday, Lewandowski confirmed he would move on this summer although did not name a definitive club, in quotes carried by Diario Sport: "Am I optimistic about signing for Barca? It's a big question. I don't like being in this situation. What is certain at the moment is that my career at Bayern is over.


"I don't see any chance of continuing my career at this club. Let's see what we can do in the next two weeks, I don't want to continue at the club and I would like to focus on Poland. After the Nations League, we will have time to talk about the situation, but I don't see any possibility to stay at Bayern."


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The striker added that he hopes the German champions "don't keep me just because they can" before reiterating "my era at Bayern is over.

Lewandowski has already been in contact with the Red Devils - albeit when things were different at Old Trafford. Before Sir Alex Ferguson signed Robin van Persie in 2012, the legendary manager spoke to the up-and-coming marksman while he was still starring for Dortmund.


"After my second year in Dortmund, I had a conversation with Sir Alex Ferguson," Lewandowski revealed in 2020. "He wanted me to come to Manchester. I was very interested. I can even say I was ready. But Dortmund didn't want to let me go. It didn't upset me more than that because things were going well with Borussia."


United have been linked with signing a striker in the summer window, with Cristiano Ronaldo potentially leaving and Edinson Cavani exiting as a free agent, alongside Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard, Nemanja Matic, Lee Grant and Juan Mata.



Sunday, May 29, 2022

OPINION Roy Keane has already told Manchester United why they should avoid N'Golo Kante transfer Chelsea midfielder N'Golo Kante is being linked with a move to Old Trafford ahead of the summer transfer window.

 OPINION

Roy Keane has already told Manchester United why they should avoid N'Golo Kante transfer


Chelsea midfielder N'Golo Kante is being linked with a move to Old Trafford ahead of the summer transfer window.



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The prospect of Manchester United bolstering their midfield options with the signing of Chelsea star N'Golo Kante is both an interesting and exciting one.


The 31-year-old, ever since arriving in England from Caen in 2015, has gone from strength to strength, establishing himself as one of the very best midfielders in the world. Charged like a Duracell Bunny, Kante is renowned for being full of energy and refusing to ever give an opponent a moment's rest. Coming up against him must give anyone a sleepless night the night before.


As well as being equipped with bundles of energy, the Frenchman is also strong and aggressive in and out of possession; he is a monster in the centre of the park and both Leicester and Chelsea have heavily benefitted from his presence in recent years. After all, they have won seven trophies between them and he has been key in all of those success stories.


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But with just a little over a year remaining on his Chelsea contract, speculation about his future is beginning to mount. According to the Guardian, United are interested in his signature ahead of the summer transfer window and see him as a player that could strengthen the club's midfield options, as Erik ten Hag looks to oversee a summer of change and transition.


At first, the prospect of adding Kante to his midfield options is an exciting one; he is an elite-level player that has displayed time and time again over the last few years that he is one of the very best in the business. But considering he is now less than 12 months away from turning 32, and his injury record is beginning to have an unwanted look, is now the right time for United to be turning to the Frenchman for big money?



Based on past experiences, you would argue that it isn't. United need to invest in younger players that have the potential to have a high resale value in years to come. After all, this summer is supposed to be all about a change in approach.

Therefore, United should, although it might seem tempting because of Kante's brilliance over the last few years, steer clear of investing a big amount of money in a player whose availability is beginning to decrease. Even Chelsea head coach Thomas Tuchel has admitted that the midfielder's fitness is not as reliable as it once was.


"It's hard to live with because it's important for him to be there and to have the rhythm," said Tuchel, speaking earlier this month. "He constantly starts getting rhythm and once he has rhythm he gets a little injury and he's out again.


"This guy who gets man of the match in every Champions League game is only here for 40-something per cent of games, this is huge for us. We'll do everything to solve it. I don't blame him but it's a concern."


Based on that admission, would it be wise for United to invest X amount of money in a player whose reliability is becoming a concern? Of course not. They need to recruit wisely and sensibly this summer, meaning Tuchel's warning should be enough to put them off, even though there is no denying that Kante is a world-class performer when at the peak of his powers.

And if that isn't enough to sway the thinking of United's decision-makers, Roy Keane's past comments about Paul Pogba's lack of consistency could be accounted for when analysing Kante and his fitness. The former United captain, earlier this year, accused Pogba of not being consistent enough during his second Old Trafford spell.


"How many times do you have to say it about Pogba? He is an outstanding talent, no doubt about it," Keane told ITV Sport back in February. "He's got the CV and the trophies to back it up, but in his time at United I don't think he's been consistent enough.


"It is a big few months ahead for him from a selfish point of view, if he's looking at moving, or could he possibly be staying at Man United? "We don't know with the manager, but a talented boy but hasn't done enough at Man United, he hasn't been consistent enough."


In comparison, Kante has been a far better performer in the Premier League and in Europe over the last few years - there is no argument or debate to be had about that. But Tuchel's comments about his fitness levels and reliability becoming concerning suggest that United could experience similar problems to what Pogba has presented them with, in the sense that consistency has been hard to come by.

Although the warnings from Tuchel and Keane focus on completely different matters, it could be wise for United to listen carefully. They need consistency and fluency next season from the off, and that is something Kante might not be able to offer.





Thursday, May 26, 2022

Manchester United great Gary Neville makes Man City Premier League title admission

 Manchester United great Gary Neville makes Man City Premier League title admission


The former Man United defender was clear on his thoughts about City winning the title


Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville has made a surprise admission on City winning the Premier League title on Sunday.


Neville was in attendance at the Etihad Stadium to witness the Blues' incredible comeback to beat Aston Villa and secure Pep Guardiola's fourth title in five seasons. Ilkay Gundogan grabbed a brace either side of a Rodri strike to overturn Villa's 2-0 lead which was established by Matty Cash and Philippe Coutinho.


City's victory ensured that Liverpool would finish second behind Guardiola's men with Jurgen Klopp's side needing the Blues to drop points to have any chance of winning the league. Due to the fierce rivalry between United and City, host of Sky Sports' Overlap Josh Denzel asked Neville if he was ecstatic when Coutinho made it 2-0.


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However, the former Love Island star was not expecting Neville's response. He said: "Ecstatic? No.


"I will be really honest with you, City had to win on Sunday for us (United fans). I want to be really clear about that, Liverpool cannot win the quadruple, they can't win the treble - it is impossible.


"We may as well all give in. It is a really bad position to be in at the moment to think that way."


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Manchester United on  verge  of signing the £30M Ajax  defender Jurrien Timber  Plus: Man Utd also set to enter race for Inter Milan's Alessandro Bastoni and one of a number of clubs bidding for Barcelona's Frenkie de Jong; PSG open to selling Neymar but only Newcastle can afford him; Aston Villa and West Ham set to move for Liverpool's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

 Manchester United on  verge  of signing the £30M Ajax  defender Jurrien Timber 


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Manchester United are on the brink of signing Jurrien Timber for £30m from Ajax on the orders of Erik ten Hag.


Barcelona have confirmed that they have received multiple offers for Frenkie de Jong with Manchester United believed to be among them.


PSG are open to selling Neymar this summer - but only Newcastle can afford the striker, according to reports.


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West Ham's talks with Tomas Soucek over a new contract have reached an impasse. The Czech Republic midfielder has two years left on his deal, with an option for an extra year, and negotiations with West Ham over a pay rise have stalled.

Aston Villa and West Ham have been put on red alert with Liverpool ready to sell Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain this summer.



PSV are hoping to keep Cody Gakpo at the club by creating a special financial package as they fend off interest from several high-profile European sides, including Arsenal.


Jamaica have drawn up a list of English-based stars to try to recruit as they target the 2026 World Cup.


West Ham hope to sign Rennes defender Nayef Aguerd in the next few days - after pulling out of the race for James Tarkowski.


Manchester United target Endrick Felipe has been slapped with a £50m release clause after signing a three-year deal with Brazilian side Palmeiras.


Bayern Munich are reportedly weighing up a move for Manchester United star Marcus Rashford.


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