Manchester United Football Club returns next weekend, with a home game against West Bromwich Albion. The Red Devils will be hoping to continue their push up the table, and the rest would have certainly done some players the world of good.
As we all know, we’re without domestic football for one more week, until Manchester United return with a home game against West Bromwich Albion. Before that, though, we had to endure one final England match; as the Three Lions hosted Lithuania at Wembley.
Manchester United Football Club haven’t had the best of luck with injuries over the last week or so, with both Phil Jones and Chris Smalling having to leave England’s training camp to come back to Old Trafford with problems. However, we could have just been given some good news on that front…
Manchester United’s January transfer window was a pretty quiet one in terms of incomings, with Jose Mourinho choosing to offload both Memphis Depay and Morgan Schneiderlin – without bringing any new faces into the Theatre of Dreams.
Manchester United have always been known as a club that has a conveyor belt of world-class talent coming through, and that is no different right now. Jose Mourinho has handed plenty of starts to the likes of Jesse Lingard and Marcus Rashford, who have both done well.
Well, our international injury curse strikes again. Manchester United confirmed last week that Phil Jones had been injured in England training and would return to the club, now a second player is on his way back to the Aon Training Complex.
Manchester United Football Club are always linked with the biggest of names when it comes to transfers, and that has been no different under Jose Mourinho. The self-proclaimed Special One made some big signings last summer, and maybe we’ll see the same again in a few months.
Manchester United Football Club had a quite brilliant first transfer window under Jose Mourinho, with the Red Devils making some wonderful signings including Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic. January was pretty different in that regard, with the gaffer choosing not to invest at all in new faces.
Earlier in the week, Manchester United Football Club learned that Phil Jones would be on his way back to the Aon Training Complex with a suspected injury. As the Englishman collided with Chris Smalling in training; ruling him out of the two Three Lions games.
Manchester United Football Club have had, without doubt, one of the best goalkeepers in the world on their books recently. David de Gea has been improving year-on-year, and the Spaniard has always given us his all every time he puts on our jersey.