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ESPN pundit urges Manchester United to ignore Maguire and sign Alderweireld

ESPN pundit Shaka Hislop has said that Manchester United should look to pursue the signature of Toby Alderweireld during this summer’s transfer window. The Red Devils are keen on recruiting a new centre-back ahead of next season and so far, they have been on the trail of Leicester City’s Harry Maguire without any success.

Speaking to ESPN, Hislop indicated that United need somehow to make an instant impact at the heart of the defence and Alderweireld remains the perfect option for the role with the experience on his side, he said: “Given the choice between those two at those prices, I go for Alderweireld all day long. Especially for United whose need I think is immediate. Manchester United are trailing everybody in trying to get back into the top four. Age is not that big a barrier or decider in choosing your players. Right now I think Alderweireld is the more sensible option.”


Declan Rice insists he is content at West Ham amid United speculation

England international Declan Rice has said that he is committed to West Ham United despite the constant speculation surrounding his future with the club. The young midfielder only penned a new five-year deal with the Hammers in December and he has indicated that he has no immediate plans of pursuing a bigger challenge.

Speaking to Goal.com, Rice said that he has no worries regarding his current position with the Hammers and has a great relationship with the supporters, he told: “Everything’s good,’ Rice said. I know there’s speculation but during the season I signed a new five-year contract with West Ham, so my focus is fully on playing for West Ham. I have a great connection with the fans. The fans love me, I love them, and that’s the way it is at the moment. I’m not thinking about anything else.”


Argentine star speaks on his future amid Manchester United transfer link

Argentina international Paulo Dybala has indicated that he would prefer to continue with Juventus next season amid the speculation interested from Manchester United. A recent report suggested that the Red Devils could seek to swoop for the attacker this summer following a difficult season by his standards across all competitions.

However, Dybala does not seem to hold any interest in parting ways with the Bianconeri and speaking to Mediaset, he has revealed that the same message has been communicated to chief Fabio Paratici, he said: “I talked to the club and Fabio Paratici and they know what I think. I want to stay at Juventus again next year, I want to continue playing here”.


Evra reveals two United players who can play for top European clubs

Former Manchester United star Patrice Evra has said that there are only two players in the current Red Devils squad, who can ply their trade for elite clubs in Europe. The Red Devils have come for criticism following an average season in the Premier League where they finished in the sixth spot with just 66 points on the board.

Speaking to Sky Sports, Evra said that he respects the players in the current United team but they are only two players in Paul Pogba and David de Gea, who can feature for the likes of Real Madrid and Juventus, he said: "I will be honest with you, I love all of them. I see them a lot - when I go to the games, I visit them in the dressing room and encourage them - they know how much I love them. But name me one or two players who can play for Real Madrid, Juventus or Bayern Munich? It's a few. I would say Paul Pogba and David de Gea. I have a lot of respect for the rest of them."


UNITED SUFFER IN LIVERPOOL

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was not in a great mood at the Merseyside last evening as his Red Devils put on an awful show and got well and truly smacked at the hands of the Toffees.

United had an opportunity to go ahead of Arsenal and Chelsea in the standings if they won the game, but a loss by the margin of 4 goals meant they couldn’t get into top 4.


David Beckham Unveils Sketches of Miami Freedom Park

David Beckham recently unveiled sketches of the Miami Freedom Park, which will be the new home of Inter Miami CF. After years of delay, Beckham has finally unveiled the name of the MLS franchise that he would be part of along with the stadium rendering. The former Manchester United winger played for LA Galaxy for five years and he helped raise the profile of the league across the world. As part of the deal that took him from Real Madrid to Galaxy, Beckham was given the opportunity to start an MLS franchise once his career had come to an end.

There were several delays in setting up the project, but it finally seems to be happening with become unveiling the finer details of the Major League Soccer team. The club will be playing the first two campaigns the Lockhart Stadium, which has a 18,000 seater capacity. However, it would later serve only as a training and exhibition facility. The club has been able to agree a 99 year lease with the Miami Council in order to construct the new stadium with a capacity that would far exceed the Lockhart stadium. For the time being, around $60 million would be spent on renovating the Lockhart Stadium, which has been closed for some time.


Mauricio Pochettino heaps praise on Manchester United for grooming young English talent

Tottenham Hotspur manager Mauricio Pochettino has praised Manchester United, who have continued with the trend of nurturing young English talent into their first-team. Pochettino has already earned the reputation of doing the same with the likes of Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Harry Winks at Spurs but the Argentine is impressed with the policy being followed by other teams in the Premier League.

Speaking to reporters, Pochettino said that the identity of any country is through their younger players and he happened to praise the recent squad selection from Manchester United where the likes of Tahith Chong and Mason Greenwood were offered their European debuts, he said: “It’s a massive thing. The identity of your country and football is through your young players.


Manchester United boss praises Paul Pogba’s gamechanging performance against Chelsea

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was impressed with the dominance exhibited by Paul Pogba in the midfield versus Chelsea. The France international had a forgettable Champions League against Paris Saint-Germain where he was sent off towards the end but he managed to make amends with a strong showing against Maurizio Sarri’s men.

The Frenchman did not have the best of starts against Chelsea in the FA Cup fifth round but he picked up momentum as the first half progressed and provided a goal and an assist before the interval. Thereafter, the midfielder was more cautious with the approach amidst the Blues aggression, but the Red Devils eventually secured a comfortable 2-0 win.


Ander Herrera reveals Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s secret to success

Spain international Ander Herrera believes Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s secret to success has been the ability to get the best out of the players presented to him. The Red Devils replaced Jose Mourinho with Ole on temporary charge in December and they have since witnessed an upturn in form across all competitions.

During this phase, Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford have been among the players, who have made vast improvements and speaking to ESPN FC, Herrera has said that the Norwegian has managed to get the best out of the squad, he said: “Ole had that click with some players that they are performing at their best.


MIAMI DREAM HITS ANOTHER SETBACK

David Beckham 's Inter Miami MLS dream has suffered a massive setback after the former England international saw two law suits filed against him.

Beckham was recently appointed as a director of a football clun in the UK - non-league club Salford City, who the 43-year-old former England captain now has a 10 percent stake in, along with former Manchester United team-mates Gary and Phil Neville, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs and Nicky Butt. He watched the tie between his new team and Maidstone United on Saturday.

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