What a fantastic week that has been for the Manchester United fan base around the globe. First of all United are second in Premier League rankings and they surely look as they will be challenging for the Premier League this season. Secondly
Official and confirmed: Odion Ighalo has joined Saudi Arabian side Al Shabab on a permanent deal from Shanghai Shenhua. This comes after his loan spell at United coming to an end this winter. [Fabrizio Romano] Wishing him all the best!
Nikola Milenković has been monitored by Manchester United. Informal discussions have taken place in the past but many big clubs have enquired. A significant offer from a Premier League club was refused by Fiorentina in the summer. [Jonathan Shrager]
Lastly, Southampton have won their appeal on Jan Bednarek's red card against Manchester United. However, Arsenal efforts were fruitless as David Luiz's red card will still stand.
Non-penalty goals in the Premier League this season:
𝟒𝟎 - Manchester United
𝟑𝟖 - Liverpool
𝟑𝟒 - Man City
𝟑𝟐 - Leeds
𝟑𝟐 - Chelsea
But they say United win just because of penalties. It's time that narrative dies down. Do you think it's right to judge United by the penalties awarded?
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