Manchester United are looking ahead to a big transfer window as the club looks to strengthen different areas of the squad. According to reports from Portugal, the Red Devils are close to making a double swoop for Sporting Lisbon midfielder Bruno Fernandes and Benfica defender Ruben Dias. It is understood that Man United boss Ole
Tottenham have enjoyed a good month in April as the club moved to their new state of the art stadium before defeating Manchester City in the champions league. however, the squad has proven this season that it is not well equipped to challenge for the EPL titles. It had been suggested by many media outlets
This time something new took place in Chelsea’s audition. This time they went off the path and started in tremendous fashion under MAURIZIO SARRI. But before the season could start rumors started to spread that Sari might be sacked before even one event ended. Maybe the rumors are true as sources say that the manager
Former Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur striker Dimitar Berbatov believe that the Red Devils have done the right thing by replacing the Portuguese manager. He said that the team has been stalling in recent times and he felt that a change was needed if the club wants to progress. He said that Jose Mourinho is
Former Tottenham Hotspur striker DimitarBerbatov believes that the team needs to strengthen if they want to win the title. He said that there is already a good team there but they need to add in a few players if they want to become a serious contender for the title. He believes that the club is
“Too Many Players Are Too Complicated Matters”: Dimitar Berbatov Insists Manchester United’s Situation Has Become “Painful” To Look For Bad Start To Season”
• Dimitar Berbatov reveals Manchester United’s situation has become “painful”. • The red devils were held to a massive killing of Valencia in Europe. • It comes after United was beaten by both West Ham and Derby in recent weeks. • However, he feels that they can turn it over if they do not “over-complicate
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho had admitted that the team could have a ‘difficult season’ ahead, should there be no further signings during the ongoing transfer window. United have recruited three players in the form of Fred, Diogo Dalot and Lee Grant this summer but the Portuguese tactician remains frustrated with the restricted spending through
There is no surprise that France international Anthony Martial wants to leave Old Trafford this summer. The former AS Monaco man has not been much of a success at the club since he moved to England under Louis van Gaal. The player was linked with a move to the Emirates Stadium last year but he
A former Manchester United striker DimitarBerbatov has backed the Jose Mourinho led side to lift the English Premier League title this season. <center><img src="https://images.performgroup.com/di/library/Goal_Argentina/d2/d5/dimitar-berbatov-27112010_1qmwldtxnl6d81rt7x78b0o4zp.jpg?t=-155301633&quality=90&h=300" width="500"></center> The Bulgarian, who recently moved to the Indian Super League to feature for Kerala Blasters alongside other former Man United stars, claimed United had all required to lift the title this term. “I watch almost every game and I would like to see them become champions in the end. The squad is great. There is good balance in almost every position, so this will be very helpful in the long season as well as other competition they are in,” he said.
Manchester United are set for an intriguing season when the football season across Europe resumes in August. <center><img src="http://www.capitalfm.co.ke/sports/files/2017/04/Manchester-United.jpg" width="500"></center> The club has gone through different phases since the resignation of its long term manager Sir Alex Ferguson in 2013. There is this outgoing and now less influential core still at the club, then a lot more players brought in by the previous caretakers before Jose Mourinho, David Moyes and Louis van Gaal. With more uncertainty over the future of current skipper Wayne Rooney, there could be a new captain in the forthcoming season.