Several clubs are said to be monitoring Manchester United midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin with a view to a January transfer, as the Frenchman continues to remain out of favour at Old Trafford.
It looks like the Portuguese boss is finally ready to take action and shape the Red Devils squad in his own image.
In a fascinating turn of events, PSG midfielder Marco Verratti has been linked to Manchester United with an asking price of a staggering €100 million. While the Italian is a promising prospect, a valuation as high as that may put off United manager Jose Mourinho.
The preparations of Euro 2016 are in full swing with head-coaches spending hours on the training field building up to the mega event which commences on the 10th of June. Unfortunately, some players who looked all set to make it to France, suffered last-minute injuries that brought their tournaments hopes to a crashing end. We have look at five players who actually benefited from these setbacks.
Manchester United are preparing for another overhaul of the squad this summer following a disappointing campaign that has been affected by long-term injuries to key players.
Arsenal are confronted with the daunting task of getting all three points at Old Trafford as the business end of the season gets underway. Leicester City are currently running away with the title, and have a five-point lead at the top. As such, even a draw may not be good enough for Wenger's men in Sunday's blockbuster clash.
With a number of key players like Wayne Rooney, Morgan Schneiderlin and Luke Shaw out with injury, the 19 man United squad travelling to Germany features some relative unknowns.
Schneiderlin believes that he is still adapting himself to Van Gaal's philosophy after being left on the bench against Arsenal
Hours after Roy Hodgson revealed that Michael Carrick had suffered a slight tightening of his groin while warming up for the Estonia game, Joachim Low has now given the Red Devils’ faithfuls another reason to moan about as he announced the sidelining of Bastian Schweinsteiger. The former Bayern Munich superstar apparently felt his left thigh tighten in the final training session ahead of the European qualifier against Republic of Ireland in Dublin, on Thursday night. Consequently, he watched from the dugout as his compatriots succumbed to a disappointing 1-0 loss that has complicated chances of their qualification to a certain extent. The Germany coach stated that the veteran midfielder will also sit out the Georgia game and added that the medical staff had advised him to offer his skipper a three-day break. He denied ruling out the chances of him playing completely, as he labeled his chances slim. Despite Joachim Low believing a short-term rest could serve as the fix […]
The defensive midfielder is not known for his goalscoring prowess, but has been honing his shooting skills in training with his national team during the international break