"Have Him In Our Books" The player Manchester United Fans Want At Old Trafford To Partner Pogba
By SharonMundia | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 2 views
Manchester United has been high flying in the recent Premier League matches. Their record score of 9-0 against Southampton as made fans elegant after previously losing to bottom placed Sheffield United.
Although their prospects on the field have been good, there are still some departments that need to be worked on, argues Red Devils fans. Midfield being one them. They feel there is a need for reinforcement that can curb any available 'holes' and are calling Ed Woodward to do the necessary.
After yesterday's game against Liverpool, Brighton and Hove Albion defensive midfielder, Yves Bissouma had a stellar performance and was awarded with the man of the award in their 1-0 win.
The Malian had 10 recoveries and the 5 interceptions the most by any player on the pitch. He has so far featured 70 times and has 2 goals in his name.
Other teams believed to be scouting him include Arsenal, Manchester City and PSG.
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