Manchester United legends were butchered and slaughtered 2-1 at Anfield by Liverpool legends to lose the The Legend of North Charity clash for an aggregate of 5-2. There over 30000 fans in attendance as Man United opened the scores in the first half through Dimitar Berbatov to gift the visitors 1-0 lead. Liverpool scored their two goals in the second half through Mark Gonzalez and Florent Simama Pongolle as Xabi Alonso Captained them while Michael Carrick captained Man United.
Manchester United Goalkeeper David de Gea could leave Old Trafford for Free in the summer of 2023; if the Red Devils fail to renew his contract. Man United are weighing if to trigger his option to extend clause on his contract with Everton Goalkeeper Jordan Pickford already lined up to replace him.
Man United are unlikely to sign Napoli & Nigeria forward Victor Osimhen in January transfer window as he vital part of the current project & the club is doing very in Serie A table.
Man United have reportedly initiated talks to sign Monaco right-back Vanderson in the January transfer window as Erik Ten Hag looks forward to bolster his defence.
Man United legend Antonio Valencia has urged the club to sign Brighton star Moises Caicedo as he was born to be great after impressing in the Premier League with the Seagulls.
Former Man United Captain Roy Keane featured for the club against Liverpool legends, years after falling apart with Sir Alex Ferguson. Berbatov and Carrick shined for the Man United legends with a rating of 8 despite the 2-1 defeat by Liverpool.
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