Five Transfer Targets for United this Summer

  • 22 June 2017
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While any club would be happy with three trophies at the end of a long campaign, the real plus for Manchester United fans was a return to the Champions League.

They are back in Europe’s elite thanks to victory over Ajax in the Europa League but the fact that United finished outside of the top four places means that the jury is essentially out in terms of Jose Mourinho’s first season at Old Trafford.

The real aim for supporters is a genuine title challenge but to do that, it seems that Mourinho will need extra reinforcements ahead of 2017/18. So, who exactly is in the frame to help the club achieve its targets?

FIFA PROBE MAN UNITED’S POGBA DEAL

  • 2 June 2017
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World football regulatory body FIFA is investigating the transfer details of record-shattering summer move of Paul Pogba from Juventus back to Manchester United, according to reports.


Football Leaks had claimed that the super-agent of the footballer Mino Raiola pocketed as much as £41 million from the deal. The reports stunned the football community and FIFA had to wade in to demand details of the payment.

Jose Mourinho Explains Absence of Key Midfielder for Southampton Game

  • 25 May 2017
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Paul Pogba has been ruled out of the game with Southampton due to the death of his father.


The midfielder has been provided compassionate leave from the game. Manager Jose Mourinho has revealed that the midfielder was also left out of the match against Tottenham during the weekend for the same reason. Pogba’s father passed away on Friday and he has not been back in the United set up. Even if he was present in the squad, Jose Mourinho would not have utilised him. The manager has made it a priority to win the Europa League.

Better Times in the Near Future for Manchester United, says Jose Mourinho

  • 4 May 2017
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Manchester United have been struggling ever since the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson.


The club have gone from regular Champions League contenders into a club that even fails to qualify for the competition. The demise from the top positions is certainly surprising considering that United have spent a huge sum of money on new players in the last five years. Even after the appointment of Jose Mourinho, the club spent close to £ 150 million on players like Paul Pogba and Henrikh Mkhitaryan. Yet, there has been little joy in the campaign – even after the League Cup victory – as the club at facing an uncertain future with regard to a top four finish.

Jose Mourinho Says Manchester United Board Have Received List of Summer Targets

  • 28 March 2017
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Manchester United manager José Mourinho has confirmed that he has already drawn up a list of players who he would like to bring in the summer.


The list of names, which is likely to contain Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann, has been given to the United board, according to the Portuguese. Manchester United recently revealed that the financial figures which showed that the overall debt had gone up substantially. It may have been a result of the club’s incredible spending since 2013, while they have also been without Champions League football for most of this period.

MOURINHO PLANS COVER FOR VALENCIA

  • 6 March 2017
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Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho could be planning a cover for right back Antonio Valencia despite renewing the contract of the Ecuador international for another twelve months recently, according to reports.


The Red Devils have been in contact with French side Monaco over the possible transfer of defender Fabinho. The player’s father made the revelations recently even though the English side were linked to the player last summer.

Ibrahimovic – A Striker for the Ages

  • 23 January 2017
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While West Ham’s want-away attacker Dimitri Payet is the perfect example of how easy it is to go from hero to villain, the reverse is true of Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Never has the phrase 'form is temporary, class is permanent' been truer than in the case of the Swedish star.

Barely three months ago, Guardian writer Jamie Jackson accused Ibrahimovic’s goal drought – at the time of writing, he’d gone five weeks without scoring – of costing United any hope they had of winning the title

Manchester United Can Win the Europa League If They Avoid Fear, Says Paul Scholes

  • 22 January 2017
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Paul Scholes says that the key towards Manchester United rediscovering the former glory days would be to play without fearing the opposition.


After having managed just one win in the last five league matches, United are certainly looking once again set for a top four battle. The club has missed out on qualification to the Champions League twice in the last three seasons. It is a very good possibility that United may very well miss out on the top for once again, as the likes of Chelsea, Manchester City, Liverpool, and Arsenal seem extremely good at the moment.

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