Manchester United Football Club have always been one of those sides who can afford to splash the cash from time-to-time; just look at the Paul Pogba deal and the world record fee involved. Now it looks as though Jose Mourinho is planning another monumental transfer for this window, but it won’t be easy to pull off.
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Manchester United Football Club are rapidly closing in on the sale of yet another one of Louis van Gaal’s signings. That man is Memphis Depay, and earlier it was reported that Lyon has agreed on a fee to sign the talented 22-year-old. Now we’ve decided to take a look at what the fans think of the move.
Manchester United put in probably their poorest performance in about three months yesterday, and it couldn’t have come at a worse time; Liverpool at home in the Premier League. Jose Mourinho’s men found themselves 1-0 down before the break, but somehow managed to level it up and escape with a point.
Manchester United Football Club confirmed the sale of Morgan Schneiderlin to Everton earlier today, with the French midfielder ending somewhat of a nightmare at Old Trafford. This move was definitely in the best interests of all involved, and it makes sense given the transfer fees mentioned.
Manchester United Football Club has been on a good run lately, the last game of which was at home to Hull City. Marouane Fellaini scored the second goal in that game, and just a couple of days later, the club has confirmed that the big-Belgian has agreed to an Old Trafford contract extension.
Manchester United may well already have one foot in the EFL Cup semi-final, thanks to a 2-0 victory at home to Hull City. Jose Mourinho’s men were on the attack from the get-go and finally got the breakthrough in the second half, as Juan Mata tapped home from a Henrikh Mkhitaryan header. The lead was then doubled when Marouane Fellaini found the back of the net.
Well there you have it, Wayne Rooney has equalled Manchester United’s top goalscorer of all time record, with his 249th strike for the Red Devils. The record had stood for over fifty years, with Sir Bobby Charlton in the crowd to witness Rooney join him on top of the pedestal.
Manchester United fans clearly weren’t happy with Jesse Lingard’s performance last night – Twitter reacts
Manchester United managed to get one of their bogey fixtures out of the way with yet another three points under their belt yesterday; which is obviously a hugely positive thing going forward. The goals came courtesy of Juan Mata and Zlatan Ibrahimovic – but the game changed in the second half when subs were made.
Manchester United Football Club paid a world record fee to land Paul Pogba over the summer, with Jose Mourinho putting real trust in the 23-year-old who moved from Manchester to Turin in 2012. Now he’s back ‘home’ and the fans are clearly delighted to have him.
Manchester United Football Club made it four Premier League wins in a row this afternoon, thanks to 3-1 victory over David Moyes’ Sunderland. The Red Devils were just far too good for the Black Cats on the day, and it certainly bodes well going forward.