With only three players signed during the summer transfer window, Manchester United boss Erik Ten Hag is still optimistic about landing his desired goals. The Red Devils were eager to turn things around after their dismal starts to the 2022–23 season against Brentford and Brighton, respectively. Ten Hag's top aim has always been to buy a defensive midfielder because to McFred pivot's ongoing troubles and the fact that their errors are now feeding many supporters.
Time is really running out for Erik Ten Hag and Manchester United as summer transfer window only remains with only few days to be closed, and with almost every linked player shying away from a move to Old Trafford, the Red devils have now switched interest to former Chelsea's target.After realising a huge gap in his striking force after the last two disappointing premier League games, Manchester United's Erik Ten Hag is now hoping for the services of former Chelsea target and currently Leicester city striker Jamie Vardy, who is now one season away from being a free agent.
In an online post by The Sun Football, Manchester United is now projected to win the Premier League title in the upcoming campaign. The arrival of a new manager and several high-profile signings this summer have made Manchester United the front-runners to win the Premier League next season.
Mikel Arteta claims that Arsenal are still active in the transfer window but is unable to predict whether any further deals will be made. With five new players secured for over £120 million, the Gunners are one of the Premier League's largest spenders during this window. According to The Sun, Arsenal are close to selling 11 players, most of whom did not accompany the team on its preseason expedition to the United States as Mikel Arteta's cleanup gains speed.Regular members of the first teamare Those deemed unnecessary include Hector Bellerin, Nicolas Pepe, Pablo Mari, Lucas Torreira, Ainsley Maitland-Niles, and Reiss Nelson.
Wolves are considering a move for striker Christian Benteke, who is about to enter the final year of his contract at Crystal Palace. (The Sun) Pep Guardiola announces Oleksandr Zinchenko deal completed: “He’s going to Arsenal”, Man City manager confirms.Deal signed, second part of medical to be completed and then official statement.
According to research by The Sun Football, Manchester United is currently the favorite to win the Premier League title next season. Manchester United has a better chance of producing good results after the club hired a new manager and made several high-profile recruits over the summer. Even though Cristiano Ronaldo was not on the field for any of the Red Devils' first three games under Erik Ten Hag's direction, they were victorious over Liverpool, Melbourne Victory, and Crystal Palace.
According to The Sun, Chelsea is willing to spend an astounding £85 million to get Wesley Fofana from Leicester City this summer (via Daily Star). If the deal goes through, the 21-year-old will surpass Harry Maguire's record (£80 million), established in 2019, to become the most expensive defender in the world.
After replacing the German strategist Ralf Rangnick, Manchester United boss Erik Ten Hag has imposed severe regulations at Old Trafford in an effort to get the greatest performance out of his team. The Dutch international is reportedly aware of his side's potential and is eager to do all it takes to at least restore the glory of winning trophies.
Reports by The Sun and The Mirror via Football reveals that Arsenal are preparing to submit an opening bid for the signatures of Leicester City midfield guru Youri Tielemans. Arsenal seemed to have cooled their interest in the race to sign the Belgian despite the fact that Youri has always been desperate to swap King Power stadium for Emirates stadium this summer.
It has been said that Manchester United are close to signing their fourth star this summer, just before the new Premier League season starts. Tyrell Malacia, Christian Eriksen, and Lisandro Martinez have all joined Manchester United this summer. And The Sun says that Old Trafford is getting closer to bringing in Red Bull Salzburg's star player, Benjamin Sessko.
Departing Arsenal to fulfill a Serie A dream move is the only one mistake guilt running through one former Arsenal player now, however another premier League return opportunity has presented itself so quick only hours after being axed out by one Series A top club. Despite being heartbroken by brutal contact termination by Serie A side Juventus only months after returning from loan deal to Rangers, Arsenal former fan favourite player Aoron Ramsey is now allegedly set to accept Nottingham forest deal ahead of the upcoming 2022/23 season.
Despite allegations that Barcelona is attempting to sabotage Raphinha's move to Stamford Bridge and despite Leeds United's steadfast adherence to their deal with Todd Boehly, Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is still optimistic about securing the Brazilian international in the upcoming weeks. Along with Raphinha, the Blues are keeping an eye on Matthijs De Ligt's position because the Dutchman is thought to be the ideal target to plug Tuchel's leaking backline after Antonio Rudiger left.
In preparation for the forthcoming football season, Arsenal football club will definitely remain keen not to mess with their squad but instead adding stars and eliminating the less experienced. For the past 2021/2022 football season, the North London club were in good form, where they ultimately finished in position five on the Premier League table but they seems to be aiming higher comes next season thirsting for more trophies, hence their need to reshuffle their existing squad.
Erik Ten Hag, the manager of Manchester United, is reportedly still searching for his ideal targets despite being strongly linked to Barca star Frankie De Jong, who is reportedly unwilling to leave Camp Nou despite a £72 million deal between the two parties. According to reports, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic of Lazio and Ruben Neves of Wolverhampton are being considered as excellent replacements as United considers adopting different strategies.
Image source: Chelsea News The Blues have agreed a deal worth £55 million with Sevilla to sign French International defender Jules Kounde, according to reports. Tuchel has prioritized signing defenders this summer and he recently secured a £34 million signing, Kalidou Koulibaly from Napoli. Kounde has been a Chelsea target since last summer and now he is on the brink of joining the club.
Manchester City has kicked its pre-season tour in the United States with good energy. The PL giants thrashed Club America 2-1 in their friendly match at NRG Stadium. City’s skipper Kevin De Bryne opened the score sheet at the 30th minute from a powerful shot at the edge of the box curled to the far post.
Manchester United and Arsenal are busy in the transfer window to strengthen their respective squads this summer after experiencing a disastrous campaign last season that saw both teams finishing the league at position 5 and 6 respectively As per reliable news , it has been reported that Old Trafford club and the Gunners have hooked horns in a bidding war to win the signature of Ajax and Argentina defender, Lisandro Martinez.
The fourth-largest boat in the world was purchased for a stunning £500 million by Manchester City's wealthy owner Sheikh Mansour. Mansour has given the boat the name "Blue" in honor of the Citizens. Mansour, one of the wealthiest football club owners in the world, amassed a £17 billion fortune thanks to his successful petroleum business.
Image source: The Hard Tackle Italy Serie A side Napoli are reportedly close to completing a loan deal for Chelsea's short stopper Kepa Arrizabalaga. The skipper has racked up 69 Premier League appearances for the North London club, however, Arrizabalaga fell down the pecking order following the arrival of Edouard Mendy in 2020.
For a long time, Manchester United players have been far too soft and lethargic. But it must not be the case anymore! The team's new head coach Erik Ten Hag is working hard to change his players' mindset and get them to perform. To do so, he devised a simple list of rules, as reported by The Sun.