Manchester United Football Club are a side drenched in rich history, tradition and quality players, and Jose Mourinho further added to that this summer with brilliant signings. However, there is only eleven spots on a team-sheet, and that means some players will miss out on all-important game-time.
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Manchester United Football Club have the games coming thick and fast right now, with Jose Mourinho’s men still battling it out across four competitions. Tonight they head to Hull City for their EFL Cup semi-final, and on Sunday, Wigan Athletic visit Old Trafford in the FA Cup.
Manchester United’s attentions turn to the FA Cup for the first time of the season, as Jose Mourinho prepares his players to host Championship side Reading FC. The fixture is an interesting one for the fans in particular, as Royals’ manager is none other than former United man, Jaap Stam.
Manchester United managed to keep hold of David de Gea last summer, largely due to the help of a dodgy fax machine and some incompetent last-minute bidding from Real Madrid. However, United had a contingency plan in place; Sergio Romero.
Manchester United’s overhaul of the current squad is certainly set to continue over this summer, whoever the manager may be. Despite big money being spent over the last few seasons more work is still needed, so we’ve decided to have a look at some faces who certainly need to leave in search of regular football.
Manchester United’s team has looked awful at times, with Louis van Gaal trying to overhaul a massively disappointing squad in such a short space of time. That process will continue over the summer, so we’ve looked at three players who must be shipped off when the window opens.
Manchester United’s Sergio Romero has been linked with a move away from Old Trafford recently, largely due to the form of David de Gea. However the veteran has no intention of walking away from the club anytime soon.
Manchester United made somewhat of an odd move by bringing in Sergio Romero over the summer, with the Argentinian coming in on a free transfer merely as backup. At the time it felt like an odd decision, considering Victor Valdes and Sam Johnstone are both more than capable.
Manchester United made the move to bring in the veteran goalkeeper Sergio Romero in on a free transfer over the summer, with the Argentinian #1 thoroughly impressing at the World Cup the year before. However with David de Gea’s unexpected stay, Romero has found his game time limited.
Manchester United Football Club made somewhat of a bizarre move when Louis van Gaal brought in Sergio Romero on a free transfer. The Argentinean number one had a solid World Cup, helping his side reach the final before losing out to Germany.