Manchester United are currently in the middle of a transitional period at this point in time, as Jose Mourinho looks to mould the squad into one that suits his playing style. One player who has faced the axe this term is Bastian Schweinsteiger, who doesn’t look like playing in our colours ever again.
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Manchester United are currently on a two-week hiatus due to the international break, as Jose Mourinho will continue to work behind the scenes where our stars represent their respective countries. After their duties, United come back and their first fixture is Liverpool away.
First blood Manchester United. Jose Mourinho’s men have been handed an early advantage as the first Manchester derby of the season looms. Sergio Aguero has been handed a three-match ban for a petulant elbow he threw out at Winston Reid in the West Ham game just under a week ago.
Manchester United’s first home game of the season won’t be an easy one. Jose Mourinho’s men take on Southampton, who have more than caused misery for the Old Trafford crowd over the last couple of years; with two losses against the Saints under Van Gaal.
Manchester United unearthed a real star when they spent just £6million to bring in the Mexican striker known as Chicharito. For two years, Javier Hernandez was adored by the Old Trafford faithful, as he scored goals galore and helped his side win title #19.
Manchester United’s next opponents in the Premier League couldn’t get any tougher, as league leaders Leicester City come to town. In fact, Claudio Ranieri’s team could seal the title with a victory at Old Trafford, but their task has been made quite a bit tougher.
Manchester United take on West Ham this weekend, and ahead of the game one of the Hammers’ key players in the form of Aaron Creswell has claimed that his side don’t need any motivation whatsoever – as they prepare for one of the biggest matches of their season.
Everton have been handed a major boost ahead of the game against Manchester United this coming Saturday. John Stones, who was doubtful to feature, ‘should be ready’ according to Roberto Martinez – the Everton gaffer.
On deadline day, Manchester United were stripped of one of their homegrown talents in the form of Danny Welbeck. the 23-year old Longsight-born striker swapped Manchester for London, as he made a £16million move to Arsenal in an attempt to revive his footballing career as a striker.
Danny Welbeck is a born and bred Mancunian, and on Monday we were all gutted to hear that Manchester United had agreed a deal to sell the Longsight-lad to Arsenal. However, a couple of days later, Manchester United fans aren’t happy with Danny Welbeck, after he admitted he has ‘envisaged’ playing for Arsenal before.