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Manchester United Hand A Lifeline To Two Forgotten Men In Their New Premier League Squad

By Elpipita | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 52 views

Manchester united endured a rather silent transfer window with their only addition to their squad being the signing of Ivorian winger Amad Diallo.

Their was departures from the club as Jesse Lingard, Marcos Rojo, Timothy Fosu Mensah and Facundo Pellestri leaving the club on either loan deals or permanent deals.

The Red Devils have however confirmed the departures has freed up space in their squad and this has provide room for them to make new additions to their 23 man premier league squad.

Forgotten stars Phil Jones and Sergio Romero have been added to the 23 man squad for the second half of their premier league campaign as they seek to push city for the title.

Jones and Romero have now been handed chances to revive their careers and will be hoping to bag some minutes but they are currently down the pecking order at Old Trafford.

United head to Merseyside to take on Everton who have been in fine form under Carlo Ancelotti and could prove a worthy opponent for the Red devils.

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