Manchester United Football Club kicks off their Premier League season against West Ham United this coming Sunday, as Jose Mourinho prepares for his second year in charge of the Red Devils. With that game rapidly approaching, Anthony Martial simply has to start; in our opinion anyway.
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This week, we learned that Timothy Fosu-Mensah is all set to join Crystal Palace on a one-year loan deal. The 19-year-old had an excellent pre-season tour with Manchester United, but now, he’ll leave in order to play regular football, which will hopefully stand him in better stead upon his return.
Manchester United’s preparations for the new season will be well underway. Jose Mourinho has made some superb signings during the transfer window, and we’re now just ten days away from the big kick-off. After a solid pre-season tour, things are warming up nicely.
This summer, Manchester United’s interest in signing a new defensive midfielder has been well documented. Jose Mourinho is looking to bolster his playing squad, which is quite important given the fact that we’re now participating in the Champions League.
Wayne Rooney, Manchester United and England all-time leading goalscorer, is on the verge of completing a move back to boyhood club Everton.
Yesterday we learnt that Manchester United’s interest in signing Antoine Griezmann from Atletico Madrid had cooled. That’s because, in the wake of Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s injury, Jose Mourinho has prioritised targeting an out and out striker, rather than a #10 which is what he sees Griezmann as.
Manchester United have always had a rich tradition and history when it comes to giving youth a chance. That is a mantra that Jose Mourinho has been keen to carry on, and it was evident in the final game of the Premier League season as plenty got their opportunity to impress.
Manchester United Football Club have had a mixed season, with Jose Mourinho’s men winning the EFL Cup and sitting pretty in the final of the Europa League, whilst also not being anywhere close to good enough in the bread and butter of the Premier League.
Manchester United Football Club have always been known for promoting youth and giving their academy stars a chance on the grandest of stages. The Red Devils always look to develop from within first, and it’s a mantra that even Jose Mourinho is getting on board with.
Manchester United host Anderlecht this evening, in the second leg of their Europa League tie against the Belgian side. A place in the semi-final hangs in the balance with things nicely poised at 1-1 from the first leg. However, you’d hope we’ll have enough to progress comfortably.