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Two Hilarious Memes That Have Been Trending Online About Manchester United, Chelsea fc And Arsenal

NIn Football, we except any type of trolls to players and big clubs around the world.If we talk about big clubs in the world, we must mention and honour Manchester United for the success they have had for the last couple of years.Winning 21 Premier league titles and the two trebles was a mad performance by the Red Devils.As all leagues ended two months ago, big teams all over the world have been wanting the best players in the world to strengthen their squad and achieve massive glory in this coming season.In the last decade, I would debate Chelsea and Manchester United nominated for their best football in the league without even mentioning the 2008 champions league final which was iconic.In the 2004/2005 season, Manchester united tried to sign Nigerian holding midfielder John Obi Mikel but the deal was snatched by the blue Boys and the youngster landed at the bridge before going to play 320 matches for the club.For this year's main event signing, Manchester United are in the big race of signing Lisandro Martinez who was wanted by Arsenal before United but the player has agreed to join The Red Devils instead of the gunners.Man United were also on the race to sign Frankie De Jong from Barcelona but the player is said to have rejected the move and he is still happy at Barcelona.Lately, Manchester United have signed Malacia from Psv Eindhoven.Another big reports from old Trafford is that Cristiano Ronaldo would be happy to leave the club this summer as he feels Manchester United should do more signings to improve the current squad.Ronaldo my sign for Bayern Munich or Chelsea fc if a good offer comes to the table.But, still Manchester United insists that Cristiano Ronaldo is not for sale this summer as per @Skysports.

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