Manchester United’s progress under Jose Mourinho has been pretty clear for all to see. The Red Devils have one trophy under their belt, and are also in the final of the Europa League with a place in the Champions League at stake. Shortly after the final in Stockholm, the transfer window opens.
Manchester United Football Club play their penultimate Premier League game of the season this evening, away at Southampton. The Red Devils’ hopes of finishing in the top four are all-but over, so in a sense, this game is rather meaningless.
Manchester United’s injury luck has been nothing short of horrific over the last month or so. Jose Mourinho’s team have had plenty of long-term casualties to cope with, including the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Marcos Rojo, Luke Shaw and Ashley Young all ruled out for the season.
Manchester United Football Club will always be linked with a move to bring in the biggest players, that’s just the natural order of things when you are one of the largest sides on the planet. That trend has once again continued over the last 24 hours or so…
Manchester United Football Club have been a mixed bag at the moment, with Jose Mourinho’s men looking alright in Europe, but throwing out some poor results in the Premier League. You could say that a large portion of that is down to injuries, that are currently decimating the squad.
As we all know, Paul Pogba is currently mourning the tragic loss of his father. The 24-year-old missed Manchester United’s game with Tottenham Hotspur at the weekend, and rightly so. This is the time where he needs to be with his family.
Manchester United’s transformation under Jose Mourinho has already begun. The self-proclaimed Special One clearly has big plans for the Red Devils, and this season has been a good starting point; particularly if the club manage to win the Europa League in just over one week’s time.
The transfer window is now just around the corner, which also means those rumours linking Manchester United with big-money moves will become more frequent. Today feels like the first time we’ve been linked with a player that has credible sources behind it; and it’s a huge one.
Manchester United are a club renowned all over the world for giving youngsters a chance. From the Class of 92, to Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard, homegrown lads have always been given their opportunity. More often than not, these talents have shined and it’s great to watch.
Manchester United Football Club have had a mixed season, with Jose Mourinho’s men winning the EFL Cup and sitting pretty in the final of the Europa League, whilst also not being anywhere close to good enough in the bread and butter of the Premier League.