Over the years, Manchester United has been having some of the best football players in the world. However, there are some stars like Shinji Kagawa who have been forgotten by a good number of the fans. Shinji Kagawa joined the Red Devils from Borussia Dortmund in the summer of 2012. During Shinji Kagawa's prime days, he was ranked amongst the best midfielders in the world. He was known for his vision, accurate passing, dribbling and ability to play the game.
Shinji Kagawa spent two years at Manchester United before leaving in 2014. Well, Shinji Kagawa was forgotten by many English Premier League fans immediately after leaving the Red Devils. The Japanese international moved back to his former club, Borussia Dortmund. Shinji Kagawa spent five years with the Bundesliga giants before finally leaving for Real Zaragoza in 2019.
Shinji Kagawa just spent one season with the La Liga club before moving to Greece where he joined PAOK in the summer of 2021. Well, the former Manchester United star joined Belgian club Sint-Truiden this January. He is yet to make his debut as a Sint Truiden player this summer.
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