Manchester United’s midfield is proving a difficult puzzle to solve, with square pegs in round holes, like Juan Mata playing out wide. But Pogba may complicate things further.
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With only three days until the start of the World Cup, United have been linked with a plethora of top talent, but they are yet to make a major signing.
When Pep Guardiola was announced as Jupp Heynckes’ successor at Bayern Munich, many wondered whether he would change or the team. We’re starting to get our answer.
A German Manchester United target has confirmed he is going to leave his current club, but before United fans get too excited, it’s not Kroos, Muller or Schweinsteiger.
It has been a difficult summer so far for Manchester United, plenty of their main targets have either rejected moves or been sold to others. But could that change?
It seems that one of the best players the Premier League has seen in recent years is back on the market, and England’s big clubs are battling for his signature.
Strengthening Manchester United’s weak midfield is proving a tougher task than first thought, because of the lack of Champions League football and their list of targets keeps getting smaller.
The top players who win everything there is to offer at club level, can reach a point where they want a new challenge and Manchester United will certainly offer one.
Despite talk of a massive squad overhaul and a lot of the current squad supposedly heading for the exit door, United are yet to use an out-going player in a deal.
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When he takes over at Manchester United after the World Cup, Louis van Gaal is going to have to bring one or possibly two new centre-backs in with him.
It seems like the pool of top quality midfielders that Manchester United are targeting is getting smaller by the day, as they look like missing out on another long-term target.
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The former Bayern Munich manager is set to take the reins at Old Trafford after the World Cup in Brazil, but his new office was almost in North London, not Manchester.