Paul Pogba’s stay at United has been unclear as the player was absent in the last season due to injuries. There were rumours about his transfer and according to the new report by the Sun, but it looks like United are ready to discuss deals regarding Pogba. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking forward to deals on Pogba and Jesse Lingard and with the funds from these deals will be enough to sign Jaden Sancho to the club.
The latest draw against Everton at Old Trafford is Manchester United’s 6th consecutive match without a defeat. They are now back in the race for the Champions League spot next season as the Red Devils are just four points behind Chelsea.
Although the latest match in the Premier League can be considered as a hiccup for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side, Manchester United has improved its game lately.
With 12 English Premier League matches having been played so far, the top tier football league of England is almost reaching it’s midpoint. At this point in time, Manchester City have enjoyed a far more positive start to the season than any other club with no defeats and 11 triumphs out of the 12 opening league matches.
Despite this superb kick-off that Manchester City are going through, it’s still too early to decide which club will emerge as the champions of England.
Manchester United may be 13 points behind runaway leaders Chelsea at Christmas but the Premier League title isn’t out of reach just yet. Jose Mourinho’s side are unbeaten in their last eight domestic fixtures and the Red Devils are starting to put together an ominous run of form as the business end of the season approaches.
The likes of Paul Pogba, Zlatan Ibrahimović and Anthony Martial have raised their game in recent weeks, but the emergence of Henrikh Mkhitaryan as an attacking option has helped Mourinho’s men to find their best form ahead of the busy festive period. The Armenian star took a while to settle and adjust to life at Old Trafford but he is now arguably one of the first names on the team sheet.
A few days ago Manchester United battled it out against Bayern Munich as they played each other for the 1st leg of the Champions League match which kicked off in Old Trafford and goals from Nemanja Vidic and Bastian Schweinsteiger forcer a draw.
There were a few controversial moments that occurred during the match and one of those incidents arrived when the German midfielder Schweinsteiger was sent off of the pitch after a challenge he made against Wayne Rooney and even though replays displayed minimal contact between both of the players, the referee Carlos Velasco Carballo decided to give Schweinsteiger his 2nd yellow card and he was sent off of the pitch.
Manchester United midfielder Ryan Giggs was recently awarded a one-year contract extension. Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand has said that Ryan Giggs is a player who is worthy of the new contract he has signed with Manchester United.
The 38-year-old is one of the oldest players in the division, but continues to represent Manchester United at the highest level. He is the only player left in the division to have scored in every season of the Premier league since its inception. More than the records, Rio Ferdinand believes that it is the professionalism and the quality of Ryan Giggs that has made him worthy of the new contract.
David Gill has talked up Manchester United's business model by saying that they have a long-term financing structure in place. "We have a long-term financing structure in place, excellent revenues that are growing, we are controlling our costs and we can afford the interest on our long-term finance," he said.