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Former United star Pique compares new boy Maguire to Rio and reveals why he can be the catalyst United need to return to the top

Gerard Pique, Harry Maguire

Ex-Manchester United starlet Gerard Pique believes the acquisition of former Leicester City defender Harry Maguire could be the catalyst for a “return to the top” of the Premier League. Gerard Pique, who started his senior career with the Red Devils before returning to Barcelona as a proven central defender himself, has

Highly Coveted Borussia Dortmund Star Linked With ‘Boyhood Club’ United Again, And It Isn’t Jadon Sancho

Akanji

Manuel Akanji has got the papers talking after admitting that Manchester United have always been his 'dream club'. The Borussia Dortmund defender has been a rock at the back for the Germans this season. Having moved to the German club in a £19 million move from Basel back in January 2018,

” He Shouldn’t Be At This Club.” Why United Legend Paul Scholes Is Simply Not Justified In Saying This About Herrera

mata, Herrera, Scholes on Herrera

A frustrating streak continues for the gunners not having won a league game at the Old Trafford since 2006. The frustration levels were at par on the other side too, being winless in the last 4 league games and stranded at a disappointing 8th position at the table. This was

United Legend Reveals What Marcus Rashford Needs To Be Doing To Become Better Than Lukaku And Sanchez

Marcus Rashford

Ever since former Liverpool player and current pundit Jamie Carragher declared that Marcus Rashford should move to Everton and be the main man to develop his career, his future has been a subject of debate by many pundits. Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand is no exception, giving his point of

Why Ferdinand and Scholes are wrong in tearing apart Alexis Sanchez after UCL Exit

Scholes

After the disappointing exit of Manchester United from the knockout phase of the Champions League against Sevilla, the atmosphere at Old Trafford was one of quiet contemplation. How had things gone so horribly wrong so quickly? Manchester United had been dominating the field for the majority of the match only to be

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