Well, Manchester United’s preparations for the derby against Manchester City on Thursday will be well underway. Jose Mourinho’s men will be buoyant after a good string of results, but our injury situation doesn’t seem to be easing up. In fact, it’s getting worse.
Derby day is once again upon us, with Manchester United heading to The Etihad Stadium for the third game of the season between these two clubs. City scooped a league victory at Old Trafford, whereas United won the EFL Cup clash – a tournament which the Red Devils went on to win.
Manchester United Football Club takes on Manchester City in the third derby of the campaign. City won the first one at Old Trafford, with United claiming a victory in the EFL Cup meeting between the pair. The season-decider couldn’t be any more important, with a spot in the top four at stake.
Manchester United have been lucky enough to have one of the best goalkeepers in the world on their books over the last few years, in the form of David de Gea. We’ve seen the 26-year-old grow into a stunning shot-stopper, but it always felt like home would come calling eventually.
Manchester United Football Club let go of Bastian Schweinsteiger in the transfer window that had just past, with the German moving to the MLS to play for the Chicago Fire. Sadly for the 32-year-old, Jose Mourinho just didn’t take a liking to him.
Manchester United Football Club are looking in good shape at the moment, and it seems as though Jose Mourinho’s style and tactics are slowly but surely being implemented by the players in the squad. You have to say, his man-management has been excellent all season and he always protects his players where possible.
Manchester United’s debut season under Jose Mourinho is winding down to a close, and all things considered, we’re looking pretty good right about now. The Red Devils have one trophy under our belt and we’re in the semi-final of the Europa League, as well as being nicely placed in the Premier League.
Manchester United could see somewhat of a mini-overhaul of the front line this summer, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic out injured for the long-term. There is also doubts about Wayne Rooney’s future at Old Trafford, so if he does end up leaving, we’d need to bring in two attackers.
Manchester United take on their fiercest of rivals this coming Thursday, in a derby game that could eventually decide which Northern club finishes in the top four and claims a Champions League spot. The Red Devils have been in good form of late, and another Jose Mourinho masterclass is needed.
Manchester United’s first season under Jose Mourinho is winding down to a close, with the Red Devils in a rich vein of form at exactly the right time. Now comes the planning for the transfer window, and no doubt, we’ll continue to be linked with pretty much every name under the sun…