Manchester United buyout madness is simply a sign of the times. Football is clearly reaching the pinnacle of its commercial madness, as clubs start to buy players out of their lucrative contracts in a blind panic to hang on to success. Leading the pack of this extraordinary phenomenon is the
If the reports circulating in England are to be believed, Manchester United are ready to make a new, improved contract offer to David de Gea. The Spanish goalkeeper enters the final 12 months of his contract and looks to rundown the agreement, if he doesn't agree to the extension.
With the EPL 2019/20 season approaching soon, Manchester United have a race against time of shortlisting players they want to pursue and actually acquiring them. After a sub-par 6th place finish, fans would be expecting major changes in the both the system and the players at the club.
Arsenal’s stagnation under Kroenke and his yes men continues. That’s not good news for Emery. Still no word of incomings at the Emirates but plenty of news of those heading out. Only the arrival of Brazilian wonder kid Gabriel Martinelli appears to be definite, after that, Arsenal appear to be
If the reports from reliable sports outlets are to believe, the Wanda Metropolitano outfit has entered the race to sign Alexis Sanchez from Manchester United. Atletico Madrid is expected to fight out the battle against Juventus and Inter Milan.
In the winter transfer window of 2018, Jose Mourinho signed the
Whatever side of the Mesut Ozil fence you sit, there is something we may have collectively overlooked while examining his form and contribution this season. The German’s form has tended to fluctuate between three levels, poor, average and exceptional and this season, there’s been more of the first two, than
Raul Sanllehi, Arsenal chief, took a dig at Manchester United over their high wages for Alexis Sanchez. Also, Arsenal chief said that the high wages were the stumbling block behind Aaron Ramsey's departure.
Gunners' midfielder Aaron Ramsey bid a tearful adieu to Arsenal and their fans earlier in the month after
Football management is a topsy-turvy ride that encompasses every possible emotion and it isn’t for the feint hearted. It’s even worse if you happen to be a former Manchester United favourite like Ole Solskjaer, who has inherited the hot seat and has been given the dubious task of managing the
Manchester United and Ed Woodward are trying to find a way to rid themselves of Alexis Sanchez, having grown tired of waiting for a return on their investment.
The Chilean is contracted until 2022 and continues to eat away at the northern club’s finances with his astronomical wages of £32.2m per
As the frustration piles up for the Red Devils, their newly appointed manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is reportedly ready to bid adieu to their promising signing in the 2018 winter window. According to reports, United are trying to seek a buyer for Alexis Sanchez around £50 million in the summer