Mourinho is already moulding the squad in his image, having made four massive signings including Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Now, he has begun work on trimming the squad before the window slams shut on September 2nd.
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Jose Mourinho’s unwillingness to experiment and put faith in youth has been clear for all to see throughout his career. However, he does have plenty of talents at his disposal at Old Trafford. It looks as though we’re about to see somewhat of a casualty, with one set to go out on loan.
Manchester United and Jose Mourinho have suffered their first injury setback of the season. Young left-back, Cameron Borthwick-Jackson, has been left out of the tour squad due to an ongoing groin problem. That’s according to the Manchester Evening News.
Manchester United have announced the squad that will go on pre-season tour to China, and its a strong one. Now that the players are back from their international duties, the likes of Wayne Rooney, David de Gea and Chris Smalling are all back involved.
Manchester United confirmed the news earlier that both Cameron Borthwick-Jackson and Marcus Rashford had penned new deals, which is obviously a massive boost as we enter the off-season.
Manchester United finally broke the news that the fans have been waiting for; Out-of-contract star striker Marcus Rashford has put pen to paper on a new long-term contract at Old Trafford. Cameron Borthwick-Jackson has also signed a new deal.
Manchester United Football Club have just made some astute pieces of business, if the latest news coming out of the Daily Telegraph are to be believed. In an exclusive, they say that the out-of-contract forward Marcus Rashford has agreed a new long-term deal at Old Trafford.
Ahead of the eagerly-anticipated FA Cup final tomorrow night, we’ve been given some early team news by the usually reliable James Ducker. He has stated that both Marouane Fellaini and Marcos Rojo will return to the starting line-up.
Manchester United’s season culminates with the Wembley showpiece tomorrow evening, with Louis van Gaal going head-to-head against Alan Pardew’s Crystal Palace. The club haven’t won the FA Cup in twelve years, and it’d certainly be excellent to lift the oldest trophy in football history.
Louis van Gaal has come in for plenty of criticism this season, and most of it has more than been deserved. However one thing the Iron Tulip needs to be praised for is his willingness to trust and persist with youth products. A whole host of which have been given their chances this term.