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Old 03-07-2019, 09:00 AM   #71
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Read abt it.

Btw will AS performances in the Copa America helps change the mindset of OLE who is rebuilding the team with a long term vision.
I think the players and style of play in the Chile team suit and help him
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Old 03-07-2019, 11:27 AM   #72
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Just watched the Argentina vs Brazil semi final of the Copa America
Brazil won 2-0
Messi alone was certainly not enough. He had to track back so many times into his own half to get the ball and he hardly communicate with his players at all
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Old 04-07-2019, 01:17 PM   #73
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Read that Vidic will be offered a coaching job at OT
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Old 04-07-2019, 01:22 PM   #74
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Not sure if he is one of our real targets.

But I remembered that when we tried to sign Bissaka, it was mentioned that we wanted to get this deal done first before talking to other target.

UNITED missed out on the signing of Tanguy Ndombele because of… Paul Pogba.

The midfielder completed a club record £65million move from Lyon to Tottenham earlier this week.

L'Equipe claim that he had not made up his mind when he touched down in London with his representatives.

Solskjaer's side were interested, but the reports claim that they requested more time to sort out Pogba's future first.

Spurs took full advantage and snapped up their top target.
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Old 05-07-2019, 11:59 AM   #75
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Now all slowed down..seems like the transfer plan slowed cos of the future of PP n RL. If reports is to be believed, we lost out Ndombele cos the club requested abit of time to sort out PP's future.
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Old 05-07-2019, 02:54 PM   #76
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Now all slowed down..seems like the transfer plan slowed cos of the future of PP n RL. If reports is to be believed, we lost out Ndombele cos the club requested abit of time to sort out PP's future.
It had been their intention to leave OT all along whereas we had been trying all means to keep them. Honestly if these 2 blokes have no intention to play for us, really do not understand why all these procrastination by Ole and the Board.
We are truly the laughing stock in the transfer market with more than 60 players "linked" (whether rumoured or otherwise).
Seasons after seasons, we seem to be dragging our feet in the transfer market and allow the real potentials to slip us by.
And yet we let our better players leave (Herrera) cos we were busy chasing after others and neglected to renegotiate extension contract

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It had been their intention to leave OT all along whereas we had been trying all means to keep them. Honestly if these 2 blokes have no intention to play for us, really do not understand why all these procrastination by Ole and the Board.
We are truly the laughing stock in the transfer market with more than 60 players "linked" (whether rumoured or otherwise).
Seasons after seasons, we seem to be dragging our feet in the transfer market and allow the real potentials to slip us by.
And yet we let our better players leave (Herrera) cos we were busy chasing after others and neglected to renegotiate extension contract
Herrera left on a free transfer....damn Tulan.

As for PP, AS and RL, have to find ways to play them if they are not leaving.
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Man Utd were busy on Friday afternoon as they announced contract renewals for Andreas Pereira and Axel Tuanzebe as the duo committed their long-term futures to the club.

The Red Devils are busy preparing for a crucial season, as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looks to bounce back from the disappointment of last year which saw them end up outside of the top four in the Premier League and without a trophy.

The strategy from the Norwegian tactician is clear, as along with the signings of talented youngsters Daniel James and Aaron Wan-Bissaka, the club have announced new contract extensions for Pereira and *Tuanzebe.

That would suggest that Solskjaer plans on using them this coming season and focusing on rebuilding with talented young players, and particularly in the case of Tuanzebe, the reaction to his renewal has been positive, as seen in the tweets below.

The 21-year-old enjoyed a solid campaign with Aston Villa last year, as although he struggled with injuries along the way, he played a key role in helping Dean Smith’s side secure promotion back to the Premier League.

It will likely be a blow for them that Tuanzebe looks set to stay at Old Trafford now though, with his new deal keeping him at United until June 2022. As noted in his comments below, Solskjaer was delighted with the deal, as he’ll now take a closer look at the youngster during their pre-season tour.

“Axel is a great example of the type of player that has come through the Manchester United system. He is humble, hard-working, talented and a team player,” he told the*club’s site.

He had a successful time on loan with Aston Villa and has gained a lot of experience from that spell, which ended in promotion to the Premier League. He will come on the pre-season tour with us which will help his development further.

It remains to be seen if the new contract is a definite sign that Tuanzebe will remain at Man Utd next season and will play a prominent role in defence though, or if perhaps it’s merely a strategy to protect their own position as United will be able to command a higher fee with the safety net of a long-term deal in place.
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Old 07-07-2019, 03:47 PM   #79
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Looked like we have secured Bruno Fernandez.
While Pogba refused to join the team for the Aussie tour

Another news is we must pay a world record price for a CB.......85mil upfront for Mcquire
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Have 2 cheaper alternatives. Umtiti and Alderweireld in the market.
Both are considered good and cheaper signings except the latter abit old on age.
Read PP is forcing move as he has not reported for the pre seaon.
What is the penalty, fine?
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