Earlier in the week, Manchester United Football Club learned that Phil Jones would be on his way back to the Aon Training Complex with a suspected injury. As the Englishman collided with Chris Smalling in training; ruling him out of the two Three Lions games.
Manchester United Football Club have had, without doubt, one of the best goalkeepers in the world on their books recently. David de Gea has been improving year-on-year, and the Spaniard has always given us his all every time he puts on our jersey.
Manchester United got their bid for a top four finish back on track over the weekend, with Jose Mourinho’s men showing real guts and determination to overcome Middlesbrough. Now, we’re on international hiatus, which gives some of our players time to regroup and get that energy flowing again.
Manchester United Football Club are having a pretty good season, with Jose Mourinho already having delivered a trophy with the Red Devils. Our form in the league has been pretty consistent, and we’re obviously still fighting it out to win the Europa League trophy.
Manchester United’s January transfer window was a pretty quiet one in terms of incomings, considering the fact that Jose Mourinho decided to part with both Memphis Depay and Morgan Schneiderlin, without really looking for a replacement. However, the summer could well be very different…
Ever since his rather stunning arrival at Manchester United’s training ground via helicopter, Juan Mata has always been a fan favourite. The lovable Spaniard made an immediate impression amongst supporters, mainly down to his willingness to learn and abide by the Red Devils’ traditions and history.
As we all know by now, Manchester United have allowed Bastian Schweinsteiger to leave the club on a permanent deal. The 32-year-old German will try his hand out in the MLS with the Chicago Fire, in what looks like a great move for him.
Manchester United Football Club and Bastian Schweinsteiger have decided to part ways, with the veteran midfielder all set for a move to the MLS to play for the Chicago Fire. Sadly, it never really worked out for the 32-year-old here, and a move away always seemed inevitable.
Manchester United Football Club are on a two-week hiatus at the moment, due to the pain that is the international break. England play their first match against Germany tomorrow night, but before that match, we’ve been handed an injury blow.
Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney hasn’t had the best of seasons so far under Jose Mourinho, despite the fact that he did break the club goalscoring record. Injuries and his poor form has led the captain to be in and out of the team, and it’s definitely fair to say he has struggled.