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Manchester United’s Winger – Jadon Sancho Training Away from First Team

Erik ten Hag, the manager of Manchester United, has expressed his desire for Jadon Sancho to issue an apology regarding a recent social media post. In this post, Sancho asserted that he had been “made a scapegoat for a long time.” However, before the talented winger can make a return to the Manchester United first team, ten Hag insists on the need for this apology.

The situation surrounding Sancho took a significant turn when United announced on Thursday that he is presently undergoing a “personal training program.” This measure has been implemented as a response to what the club refers to as a “squad discipline issue”.

Casemiro’sRed Card Gives Man UTDan Injury Boost

Following his recent red card against Southampton, Manchester United will be without Casemiro for their four domestic matches. In the past, when he isn’t on the field, the Red Devils’ performances have suffered.

He will be unavailable for their FA Cup quarter-final against Fulham on Sunday, plus Brentford and Everton at home, as well as the trip to Newcastle on April 2. He is still eligible to play in the Europa League, however.

The Man UTD Boss Looking for Trophies


The last time Man UTD won a trophy was in 2017, making it their longest losing streak in 40 years. “We have to do everything to bring a trophy in,” Erik ten Hag stated. “Too long” has passed since Manchester United last won a trophy, according to Erik ten Hag, who vows to “do everything” to remedy the situation. United have not won a major trophy since 2017 when they last did so.


However, this season’s Carabao Cup gives them a chance to change that. Ten Hag’s team will play Nottingham Forest live on Sky Sports on Wednesday in the first leg of their semi-final matchup at the City Ground. The Dutchman is hoping to add to his six Ajax trophies. The manager of United stated, “Winning a trophy is the best feeling you can have.” I was fortunate to win trophies throughout my career, and it is magnificent, especially for the fans. It’s so wonderful, and I believe the fans, particularly the older ones, have some experience.

Alejandro Garnacho on Signing a Contract with Man UTD


The representative of Alejandro Garnacho is allegedly holding out for more money when Man UTD offered the highly-rated Argentine a £20,000 per week contract. The 18-year-old player has made 17 appearances under Erik ten Hag and keeps impressing in his breakthrough season at Man UTD, scoring 2 goals from out wide. Due to his fine form, United is looking forward to tying him down to a new contract. There is an offer of £20,000 per week is already on the table.

However, there is an issue. The representatives of the player believe that the offer is not enough in comparison to his growing status in the team. Garnacho is currently on £7,000- per week. In the meantime, Man UTD is said to be taking on a measured approach in terms of negotiations and is going to reward teenagers in the long term in case he keeps performing like this.

Man United Can Finally Unleash Facundo Pellistri after Behind Closed Door Performance


Erik ten Hag doesn’t do weakened teams and 5 World Cup team members started on Wednesday against Burnley. Raphael Varane might be available and Diogo Dalot recuperating from a hamstring strain, most of the United XI can have players who have already spent time in Qatar.

Antony hasn’t started in the Premier League as the draw on 22nd October with Chelsea and the ineffectual performance of Alejandro Garnacho against Burnley is an excuse for recalling the Brazilian. Regardless of his weight, Kalvin Phillips has been amazed that Manchester City has signed him after the wear and tear he had incurred. Ten Hags gave Manchester United the green light to discuss a potential move for Phillips but they ended up with Casemiro, the best-in-class.


A response is needed from Manchester United’s forwards tomorrow night, though supporters have every right to feel dubious about them actually doing so. They were excused after struggling to score against Omonia last midweek, given the excellent individual performance of Francis Uzoho between the posts. It was labelled as ‘just one of those days’ when things don’t go quite right. If you were to replay the match, then United might have won it by a four or five-goal margin. Instead, they relied on Scott McTominay’s late strike to secure three points.

Over the weekend, that narrative changed. United’s narrow win was harder to justify as a bad day at the office when it was followed up by a goalless draw against Newcastle, a match in which Erik ten Hag’s side managed just two shots on goal. United were affected by the absence of arguably their two most influential attackers in the shape of Anthony Martial and Christian Eriksen, and their creativity suffered. Not only did they struggle for composure and craftiness in midfield, but they also looked blunt in attack.


Manchester United star Lisandro Martinez was in the Argentina defence which kept a clean sheet during the 3-0 victory over Honduras in an international friendly clash played at the Hard Rock Stadium, Miami in Florida on Friday night. New Manchester United player Martinez was at the heart of the Argentina defence alongside Real Betis star German Pezzella.

New Manchester United defender Martinez and the aforementioned Pezzella were able to give the players in front of them the platform to dominate and win the game. They kept a clean sheet against Honduras thus paving the way for the great Lionel Messi to steal the headlines.


Manchester United have added academy youngsters Radek Vitek, Tyler Fredricson, Kobbie Mainoo, Zidane Iqbal, Shola Shoretire and Charlie McNeill to their Europa League squad ahead of Thursday night’s match against Real Sociedad at Old Trafford. United confirmed their 25-man squad for their Europa League campaign on Monday, but the academy youngsters have been added to the squad through the competition’s B list, which allows unlimited players born after 2000 and who have been on a club’s books for two or three years to be included. Anthony Elanga was not named on Monday but also qualifies for the B list due to his age.

UEFA’s rules for the Europa League outlines that each club is entitled to register an unlimited number of players on List B during the season. The list must be submitted by no later than 24.00CET on the day before the match in question.


Manchester United have recorded their first league win of the season thanks to the slim victory over arch rivals Liverpool on Monday night. The Manchester United players were under immense pressure for the Liverpool game having lost their first two league games of the season. They responded positively in the face of adversity to record their first league win this season.

England international Jadon Sancho has not been able to show his immense potentials at Manchester United since his move to the club from German Bundesliga outfit Borussia Dortmund last summer. He scored just three league goals in his first season as a Manchester United player. Sancho was real for the first goal of the Liverpool game on 16 minutes off the assist from fellow forward Anthony Elanga. Manchester United should have scored before the goal from Sancho when Elanga hit the post. The well-taken strike from Sancho turned out to be the only goal of am entertaining first half as Manchester United put a depleted Liverpool side to the sword with a lot of chances created. The Red Devils could have scored more than one goal in the first half if they were more clinical in attack.


According to Fichajes, Manchester United are eager to sign a wide player in the ongoing summer transfer window and have identified Ajax’s Antony as their primary target. However, the Dutch club’s demands could put a break to Manchester United’s pursuit, with the Red Devils now identifying alternatives, including Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Pedro Neto.

Manchester United have seen attackers Edinson Cavani and Jesse Lingard depart from Old Trafford this summer. They are yet to make an attacking signing in the ongoing transfer window while running the risk of losing Cristiano Ronaldo, who was the club’s top scorer last season.