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  1. some of them said he is the one who shift Brandon to the left. And he win post on the right. But right now looks like brandon ahead of him. Hhe should try to push himself or he will be forgotten soon as one of the potential that got wasted.
  2. Five academy gems to watch at Manchester United over the next 12 months Manchester United’s academy is bursting at the seams right now with talented prospects. Some of these like Dylan Levitt and Ethan Laird will be pushing for loans, while Teden Mengi and Hannibal Mejbri could even be fast tracked to the first team. The academy season has come to an end and a big year lies ahead in getting these talented young footballers back up to speed. Leaving aside the obvious names mentioned above, here is a look at five young players who we are backing to take a big step forward in t
  3. After youngster Jacob Carney signed new deal, another loan should await Young goalkeeper Jacob Carney announced on social media last month that he has signed a new contract with Manchester United. Carney is one of several young goalkeepers on United’s books, and he faces a tough task to stand out – when ultimately there is just one first team spot up for grabs. Time is on Carney’s side. At just 17, he has already trained with United’s first team, flying out to make up the numbers on the squad’s February training camp in Marbella. Outside of that, Carney has been on loan, wit
  4. Dirk Kuyt? Do you mean "Three Lungs Park" from Netherlands? ?
  5. Well, He always have that gift. I think he is one of the player that suitable for false nine. will be interesting to see if he can play with barcelona or city.
  6. well, after watch this.. maybe this is what makes ferguson diff with other manager
  7. If we recruit other names, let's say Auba. Do you think he will accept 150,000 wages? As long as I know, every team that have business with us suddently will double their price since they think they just win the lottery. Well, for me, I am quite happy since we can find a player who can do their job. suits the team style, blend with the team. Don't forget before we have him, we already had Falcao, Shweinsteiger, Di Maria that have a phenomenal reputation, world class stats but don't give something positive to the team and with bigger wage. Ah.. Alexis Sanchez just say hi!
  8. https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/52924157 Well, yeah, This is our time to buy Kane
  9. Pretty sure the end of Batshuayi. Not sure though why Werner wants to go there. He needs to compete with Tammy. The best scenario, He will got rotate with Tammy for 50-50 chances. With us, He just need to compete with Martial which still not have stable performance until now. With Liverpool, as long as he can be consistent, He will become the main striker. Firmino can play as a bridge between mid and front.
  10. Teden Mengi deserves to replace Phil Jones in Manchester United squad Manchester United have a lot of centre-backs. So many, in fact, that Chris Smalling and Marcos Rojo were sent on loan this season. In truth, Phil Jones should have been the first out the door. Instead, while Smalling excelled at Roma, the 28-year-old managed just eight United appearances in all competitions. A lot has happened since Jones signed for United for £17million (BBC). In those 10 years, he has only shown glimpses of the raw talent that prompted such an outlay. And the time has surely come for a new ch
  11. Butt says decisions already made to release players, loans more uncertain Nicky Butt has told the club website that decisions have already been made to release players this summer. He said that these decisions were already made before Manchester United’s season came to a halt. The head of first team development commented: “I think the decisions are all made. I think they’re usually made by February-March usually, the release and retention side of it.” Last summer United released 10 youth players including once promising striker James Wilson and midfielder Callum Gribbin.
  12. Why Manchester United are excited about young talent Omari Forson Reports emerged in the national media this week stating Manchester United are set to hand Omari Forson a professional deal. The Mail write United are particularly excited about the 15-year-old wonderkid, and have held off recent interest from Arsenal in the player. Forson obviously has a long way to go, but he is making really encouraging progress in his career so far. Already he is featuring for Manchester United’s under-18 side, and he has been a part of the team’s FA Youth Cup run to the semi-finals Fo
  13. Manchester United need to take a risk with Largie Ramazani It has been a season of two halves for promising Manchester United youngster Largie Ramazani. The 19-year-old was prolific for the under-23s in 2019, scoring nine goals n 13 games. Ramazani’s success was a pleasant surprise. His progress was faster than anticipated and led to legitimate questions as to whether he should get a first team chance, beyond the brief cameo away at Astana in November. Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer shot this down in January, suggesting it was too soon [Metro], and the young Belgian forward ha
  14. Manchester United sign Radek Vitek Manchester United have completed a deal to sign promising young goalkeeper Radek Vitek. Vitek, 16, joins from Czech side Sigmy Olomouc, the club confirmed on their official website. Sporting director Ladislav Minář said: “I am happy to say that Sigma is capable of sending another of its players to a top European club. “The departure of a player of such a low age is primarily a great prestige, which is a reward not only for the club, but also for the player himself for his hard work. Secondly, it is also a financial aspect. If Radek were to
  15. Joe Hugill fills a need in Manchester United's academy Manchester United are close to wrapping up the signing of promising Sunderland youth talent Joe Hugill. The Guardian reported last month an agreement is in place for the 16-year-old to sign to join, with United beating competition from Premier League rivals for his signature. It is important to remember that Hugill is a signing for the academy, and not the first team. And to this end, Hugill is exactly what Manchester United’s academy needs. Conor Bradley of Liverpool and Joe Hugill of Sunderland in
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