Manchester United’s interest in Antoine Griezmann has been well documented. The French star is one of the best players on the planet, and it would be quite a coup if Jose Mourinho and Edward Woodward can somehow pull this deal off. With that said, it certainly wouldn’t come cheap.
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Manchester United Football Club’s interest in Michael Keane has been well documented. With some reports suggesting that Jose Mourinho is keen to get a move for the former Old Trafford centre-back wrapped up as soon as possible, as to not get left behind by City.
For all the moaning and criticism amongst our fans, Manchester United’s season didn’t turn out to be all that bad, eh? Jose Mourinho delivered glory in two of the four trophies on offer, and we ended the campaign by scooping the Europa League title, as we saw off a talented Ajax team.
Recently, there have been plenty of rumours and reports linking Inter Milan’s Ivan Perisic with a move to Manchester United. The 28-year-old winger has been plying his trade all over Europe for quite some time now, and more often than not he has impressed for both club and country.
Manchester United’s players have all jetted off for some time away from the beautiful game following a pretty successful season. The Red Devils won two trophies but now attentions switch to bringing in new players whilst clearing some of the dead wood.
Manchester United have won the Europa League. The Red Devils made hard work of it at times, but in the final, it was pretty much plain sailing against a talented Ajax team. Jose Mourinho got his tactics spot on, and the players executed the gameplan perfectly.
Manchester United Football Club have done it. The Red Devils won the Europa League in Stockholm last night, thanks to goals from Paul Pogba and Henrikh Mkhitaryan. It was a tactical masterclass from Jose Mourinho, in a game that we never looked like losing.
Say goodbye to the Europa League. Manchester United beat Ajax 2-0 in what turned out to be a comfortable game for the Red Devils. Paul Pogba and Henrikh Mkhitaryan provided the goals in a match that we controlled throughout, and what a feeling it was to lift the trophy.
Manchester, a city brought even closer together amid absolute disaster. Given the horrendous events that took place on Monday night, I’m a proud Mancunian watching the way our brilliant residents have stayed strong through all of this despair.
Well, today is the day. I cannot remember a time where there was so much pressure riding on just one game. Manchester United are in Stockholm, ready to take on Ajax in the Europa League final. The game itself isn’t going to be easy, but if we perform well, we can come out on top.