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Mino Raiola gives Pogba transfer promise

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Mino Raiola gives Pogba transfer promise

It is said that French star who helped his country to a World Cup winner months ago has a bad relationship with José Mourinho at the moment.

According to reports, his agent Mino Raiola has told Pogba that he should remaining three years contract at United and then a move to Spain would be worked out for him.

The 25-year-old has been linked to a switch to Spanish side, Barcelona recently.

According to reports, Raiola has said to Pogba: Three years and then Spain.

The French star has not been meeting up to the form he showed at Juventus since rejoining Manchester United from Italy three years ago and that has led to speculation about his future at the club.

Pogba also spoke recently about his relationship with Mourinho, but for now, the French international insists he is with United and his heart remains with them.

I’m under contract, Pogba said when asked about possibly joining Barcelona. There were little things with coach Mourinho, the relationship is always the same.
We have common goals, we want to win, that’s all that matters.

As long as you do not see me wearing the Barcelona jersey, it’s because I’m in Manchester. There will always be rumors.

MORE: Manchester United Set To Sign Real Madrid Star Rated £100M For José Mourinho

United will seek to get back on the right track as they return to action on Saturday against Watford with Pogba, who will definitely start for Mourinho and probably handed the captain band.

The Red Devils have had a bad start to the season after losing two of their first four games, so they will be hoping to get back to winning ways.

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Liverpool Fans Demand Jadon Sancho Transfer

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Liverpool Fans Demand Jadon Sancho Transfer

Liverpool fans have demanded for manager Jurgen Klopp to splash the cash on young Borussia Dortmund forward Jadon Sancho ahead of the January transfer window.

According to footballfancast, Liverpool fans were impressed with the 18-year-old after he made his full debut for England in the international friendly victory over the United States of America at the Wembley Stadium on Thursday night.

Jadon Sancho didn’t score but he provided an assist for Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold to score the second goal for the Three Lions.

He was the best player on the pitch by a country mile as England defeated their opponents 3-0 courtesy goals from Manchester United star Jesse Lingard, the aforementioned Alexander-Arnold and Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson.

Sancho had earlier made his England debut in October during the goalless draw with surprise World Cup finalists Croatia in the UEFA Nations League.

The former Manchester City player recently signed a new contract with Borussia Dortmund but that has not stopped him from being linked with a transfer to several English sides with reports claiming that at least £100m will be required to sign him.

Premier League sides like Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United have all been linked with the young forward.

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Man United Ready To Splash €60m On Brazilian

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Man United Ready To Splash €60m On Brazilian

Manchester United are ready to spend as much as €60m on Brazilian international striker Everton Soares when the January transfer window reopens according to several media reports.

Everton Soares plays for Brazilian Serie A side Gremio at the moment and he has a release clause of €60m in his contract at the club.

The news of his possible transfer to Old Trafford is according to the publication from popular news channel ESPN.

Everton Soares has scored 22 goals in over 100 appearances since he broke into the Gremio first team four years ago (in 2014).

His impressive outings for Gremio led to his call-up to the Brazilian national team squad under manager Tite.

He made his debut for Brazil against the United States of America as a substitute for Paris Saint Germain (PSG) superstar Neymar.

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho and his players have endured a disappointing start to the new season which has seen them drop to eight spot on the league table.

The former Chelsea and Inter Milan is keen to strengthen his squad especially in the central striker and centre back positions.

His central striker options have failed to impress this season.

First choice striker Romelu Lukaku has not scored for the Red Devils in the last two months (since September).

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Alexis Sanchez takes his poor performance to Chile

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Alexis Sanchez takes his poor performance to Chile

The international holiday break is on and all international players have returned to their home countries to participate in one match or the other.

One of such players is Man Utd striker, Alexis Sanchez, who is currently playing for the Chilean national squad.

Chile played against Costa Rica in a friendly match which ended in a defeat for the former.

The game started with Costa Rica leading with three goals to nothing but the Chilean squad managed to score two goals and could have equalized with a penalty kick which was lost by Man Utd striker, Alexis Sanchez.

Alexis Sanchez had the opportunity to score for Chile in the second half via a penalty kick but Costa Rica goalie, Esteban Alvarado was up to the challenge.

The Red Devils striker after losing the golden opportunity tried to score a goal towards the end of the match but the Costa Rican side put up a tougher defense.

And the game went on to be Costa Rica’s first win in nine matches.

This is as a result of another poor performance from Alexis Sanchez, who is equally struggling to perform at Man Utd.

Sanchez has claimed he is not happy at Old Trafford and could end up leaving in January.

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