Manchester United Football Club will have to cope without the services of Eric Bailly for the next two European games, according to Sky Sports News. Cast your mind back to the game against Celta Vigo where the Ivorian was sent off, although it wasn’t actually him who was involved…
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Manchester United’s preparations ahead of the new season will be well underway, with Jose Mourinho guiding his players to four pre-season victories out of four thus far. All of the while, we’ve been without three key players due to long-term injuries.
Manchester United Football Club made a huge statement of intent when Jose Mourinho sanctioned a move to bring in Romelu Lukaku. The Belgian beast has turned into one of the best strikers in the Premier League, and now he’ll be tasked with banging in the goals for us.
Manchester United Football Club continued their pre-season tour unbeaten run on Sunday night, thanks to a penalties victory over Real Madrid. The game as a whole was quite a feisty affair for a friendly, but it was nice to see both sides not holding back as that is the best way to build up all-important fitness.
No sooner had Ander Herrera been subbed onto the field of play, the Basque-born midfielder was taken off. He received an innocuous blow to the body within a minute of taking to the pitch – giving Jose Mourinho an unnecessary problem to have before the season starts.
Manchester United Football Club have been without the services of both Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Marcos Rojo since December, when the pair suffered ligament damage in the same game against RSC Anderlecht. Although we knew the duo would be out for a long period, no actual timeframe was put on a return.
Manchester United’s pre-season tour continued last night, with a game against Western Conference MLS side, Real Salt Lake. The game was played at altitude in muggy heat, meaning it would have been an extra-tough workout for the Red Devils – but that’s what pre-season tour is all about.
Manchester United are set to hand Ander Herrera an incredible new contract worth £200,000-a-week, according to the Daily Star. The 27-year-old will pocket a huge £41.6million for the duration of the deal – making him one of the highest paid players at the Theatre of Dreams.
Jose Mourinho is ready to give Luke Shaw an opportunity to become Manchester United’s first choice left-back next season, writes Jamie Jackson for The Guardian. That’s because the gaffer has been impressed by the attitude of the Englishman, who has been determined to take on board demands.
Manchester United’s pre-season tour officially kicks off this weekend with a game against the LA Galaxy. Jose Mourinho’s travelling squad is a great blend of youth and experience, and amongst the players is Andreas Pereira.