Hello guys welcome to our today's soccer news updates relax and enjoy. It is a pleasure to have readers in our daily football arena where we talk about all the trending and upcoming stories in soccer from all the corners of the world. Manchester united is one of the clubs that have been busy in the transfer window this year. United's rebuilding plan was effected by signing several players .Already the red devils manager ole Gunnar solskjaer has brought in new faces like Jadon Sancho, Tom Heaton,Raphael Varane and former player Cristiano Ronaldo who joined them recently. The arrivals has brought several changes in the first team selection. In last match the Norwegian used the french defender Varane who replaced Victor Lindelof. At an interview, the Swede has revealed what the world cup winner has brought into the club.
According to Manchester Evening News the red devils defender has confirmed that their will now be a competition for a first team after Varane's arrival.
Remember that mr. Solskjaer used the frenchman for the first time who showed a brilliant performance after 1-0 win against Wolves. Having that in mind unite manager prefers Raphael to the Swedish captain. What do you think on the player's future at the club? Drop your comments below
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