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Pogba Agrees Personal Terms with Barcelona But Transfer Looks Unlikely

Paul Pogba could be on his way to Barcelona.

The news of Paul Pogba leaving Manchester United had been doing rounds somewhat quietly for some days. But it is only recently that the rumors have gathered pace. The dawn of these rumors was last season. A series of dismal displays by Pogba, including the clash against Tottenham last season where

Mourinho and United to turn the table on Transfer Deadline Day

Jerome Boateng, Anthony Martial, Player swap, diego godin

Today in the press conference, Manchester united manager Jose Mourinho has stated that he is not expecting to make any deadline day signings. It is quite clear that United has not had a very good transfer window, Mourinho had started the transfer business with a clear vision but has not yet

World Cup Winning Defender rejects United move over incompetency to win the Champions League

Jerome Boateng, Anthony Martial, Player swap, diego godin

With less than 24 hours remaining before the transfer window in England slams shut, Manchester United are still without a top-class centre-back signing, which Mourinho has been craving for the most part of the transfer window. Big names have been linked with a move to Old Trafford with the likes

Manchester United vs Leicester City: Here Is Exactly How The Teams Will Line Up Ahead Of The Season Opener

Predicted Line-up for United vs Leicester CIty

Manchester United begin their Premier league campaign against Leicester City on Friday night to kick start what might turn out to be one of the most intriguing Premier League seasons in recent memory.  After a tough pre-season which saw them lose 2 matches, Manchester United finally begin their Premier League season

Here’s what Manchester United can realistically achieve under Mourinho this Season & Why

Here's what United need to do to mount a serious Title Challenge

Coming 2nd last season was the best league finish for Manchester United since Sir Alex Ferguson left. Although United's fans would argue that it wasn't a good season as the league table suggests. Here's the whole Lowdown of Manchester United's upcoming season under Mourinho. https://twitter.com/SkySportsPL/status/1026924814332780544

Why Andreas Pereira could actually be the solution to all of United’s midfield woes

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Andreas Pereira, 20 years old teenager who had just broken into the first team, having previously made 13 appearances for Van Gaal in 15/16 season. He spent last season on loan and played in total 35 games for Granada starting in 34 of those, with an average 80 minutes per

Manchester United Can Change Their Fortunes With These Three Linked Players

Mourinho could be eager to add these three players to his squad ahead of the new season.

Manchester United are a club with a lot of history and were known for their attacking style of play under the great Sir Alex Ferguson. However, since his retirement, the football on display has been far less pleasing to the eyes of the Old Trafford faithful.  Jose Mourinho will be under

United agree the transfer of Portuguese shot stopper on a Short term Deal

Joel Pereira, Manchester United transfer

Manchester United goalkeeper Joel Pereira has been loaned to Vitoria Setubal in Portugal for a full season. The Portuguese keeper spent his last season as the third choice keeper for United behind Sergio Romero and David de Gea. And after the purchase of Lee Grant from Stoke City, it was

Polish midfielder confirms joining Manchester United under Jose Mourinho.

Lukasz Bejger, Manchester United Youth Team

Manchester United have made their latest signing in the form of Lukasz Bejger. Bejger, 16 is expected to be a part of the United Youth Academy that in recent times has undergone an overhaul under former Manchester United Player and present youth team coach Nicky Butt. Bejger had his trial

Why United Need To Sign A New Sporting Director Before Thinking Of Changing Managers

Mourinho, ed woodward

Let's take a walk down memory lane, all the way to the summer of 2013. Sir Alex Ferguson has just retired after 26 glorious trophy laden years at Manchester United & so has the CEO of United, David Gill. Taking their positions were former Everton Manager David Moyes and Ed Woodward

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