Today, Manchester United Football Club waves goodbye to a legend. Wayne Rooney has joined Everton on a two-year deal, after a thirteen-year spell at Old Trafford where he won the lot. It is a shame to see him go, but you feel the move has come at the right time for everyone.
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Manchester United Football Club are about to part with Wayne Rooney, with a move to Everton in the offing. Obviously, he’s currently our club captain and that role would be handed to someone else going forward. Now, The Sun name Michael Carrick as that man.
Manchester United’s Kieran O’Hara has put pen to paper on a new contract, reported by the Manchester Evening News. The 21-year-old’s contract was set to expire on July 1st, but he wasn’t included on the list of ‘outs’ which was submitted over the weekend.
Jose Mourinho’s moulding and shaping of the squad is seemingly continuing. Manchester United confirm that four players have left Old Trafford, according to the Manchester Evening News. The most notable player to depart? Zlatan Ibrahimovic, after a scintillating debut season.
Manchester United have confirmed a move to sign Victor Lindelof from SL Benfica. The 22-year-old becomes Jose Mourinho’s first signing of the summer, with the gaffer clearly trying to improve his side in the defensive area of the field.
Well, it was fun while it lasted. At the time, I doubted Manchester United’s move to bring in Zlatan Ibrahimovic, but what a masterstroke it was by Jose Mourinho. Now, according to Sky Sports News, the 35-year-old striker is set to be released at the end of his contract. Read more
For all of the stick that Edward Woodward got in his first transfer window as Manchester United’s main man, the businessman has gotten a lot of things right since. He secured every single one of Jose Mourinho’s main transfer target last summer and has gone a long way into redeeming himself.
Manchester United Football Club made one of the biggest summer transfers around twelve months ago, with Jose Mourinho spending a world record amount to bring in Paul Pogba. The midfielder has been a brilliant acquisition, for the most part, playing a huge role in our Europa League victory.
Manchester United Football Club have today confirmed that Michael Carrick has put pen to paper on a new one-year contract, keeping him at the Theatre of Dreams until next summer.
Manchester United’s season is all said and done, and what a memorable one it was for us Red Devils fans. Jose Mourinho’s side scooped up two trophies in his debut season leading the side, and also, we now have Champions League football to look forward to.