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‘Rifts’ growing at Manchester United as transfer window nears a close | ESPN FC





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Raphael Honigstein joins ESPN FC to discuss the “rifts” growing between Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho and the club as the 2018 Premier League summer transfer window nears its close and Man United still are searching fro a center back, from the likes of Harry Maguire of Leicester City and Yerry Mina of Barcelona.

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29 thoughts on “‘Rifts’ growing at Manchester United as transfer window nears a close | ESPN FC”

  1. united office expect Jose to win titles with deadwood players..most of these players aint united players to be. United where to stick to the likes of barcelona loosen up the wallet and purchase the best stars that are quick has the style, knows how to score under pressure and a great defence…Alex Sir had all that when he where manager and Jose just brought in 4-5 players that did assist united in winning trophies these past 2 seasons. Yes he let go of one or two that he brought in realizing that they don't deliver. United has to buy 8-9 best special players so that it help as sub. then the winter window buy another 4..then work on selling the dead wood and keep good subs and reserve that can be used each time we play in the USA..Look at barcelona they have great subs and great division 2. Somehow the current united office is failing Jose and expect too much from him the men is angry you can tell now and the game has gone faster than before…

  2. I've got a gut feeling Man Utd are going to flop this season, ultimately leading to Jose Mourinho being sacked. Thus far, things aren't looking good in the Man Utd camp, and the don't seem to be getting the players they need. I wouldn't be surprised if they don't get top 4 this season.

  3. Such a wingeing miserable old sod , he is being paid millions to manage one of the biggest renown clubs in the world ….he has got many fine young players one of the most exspensive squads …can't get the best out of Rashford or Mashial , what a twat …try smiling once in a while

  4. lol if Man U fans are expecting any manager to did what Ferguson did then they are dreaming. Ferguson got knighted for a reason. You can only get those managers once or twice in a lifetime.

  5. It's crazy how hard United fell off with Sir Alex Ferguson they were always at LEAST a top 4 team in the world, this version of United isn't even exciting to watch anymore.

  6. How can United win league they still have same players who didn't perform last year. Mourinho gave 5 Players he want since March they never get. Me as manager will hate that. What difference will this season be from last season. Mourinho know where he need to strengthen. Stop being cheap give man the players he want or else go 29 points behind City and Liverpool and let him go.

  7. Hey get off you Shameless ESPN.. Always creating fake news and spreading negativity…Are you guys anti- Man United?
    Get a the fk off pundits you all are shagging that No trophy liverpool and talk them as higher

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