Romelu Lukaku’s form or lack of it for United has been subject to much talk in the media in recent weeks. The 6ft 3in Belgian striker hasn’t scored for the club since the 4-0 win over Crystal Palace at Old Trafford at the end of September. Manager Jose Mourinho has leapt to his defence after
Henrikh Mkhitaryan joined Manchester United from Borussia Dortmund at the beginning of last season and took his time to make an impression as manager Jose Mourinho decided he wasn’t to become a regular player until later in the winter. He soon picked up form and somewhat became a popular player with United fans. Henrikh, now
Mile Svilar, 18, has been making the headlines recently for all the wrong reasons, but we shouldn’t be so short sighted. Benfica, domestically Portugal’s most successful football club, are becoming notorious for their development of top tier young talent. Brazilian goalkeeper Ederson and Swedish defender Victor Lindelof are two of the latest players to have
Matteo Darmian joined Manchester United from Torino during Louis van Gaal’s reign as manager. The Italian full-back is currently enjoying something of a revelation under Jose Mourinho, having improved his performances and gained Jose’s trust to play him on either side and take advantage of his versatility. Current role Darmian currently operates as a
Chris Smalling and Phil Jones have been highly touted as the future of Manchester United ever since Sir Alex Ferguson signed the English defenders from Fulham and Blackburn Rovers respectively. But are they producing their potential? Potential Chris Smalling joined United from Fulham in 2010, just 2 years after leaving non-league Maidstone United. Smalling’s
Manchester United didn’t have the best of league campaigns during the 2016/17 season, finishing 6th and ultimately failing to finish in the top 4, which was seen by most as the minimum target for Portuguese boss Jose Mourinho in his first season at the ‘Theatre of Dreams’. However, United managed to win the Europa League.
Manchester United have long required some improvements in midfield and whilst thought Paul Pogba was that guy, it appears United still need to dip into the transfer market for yet another addition to the middle. This time for more of a sitting midfielder, a player to loosen the defensive responsibility placed on Ander Herrera and