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13 Oct 2018 13:11:13
Ed any interest in lucas hernandez of atletico?

Singh

{Ed002's Note - Yes but it is far from new interest.}


1.) 13 Oct 2018 13:21:44
Cheers ed. Have we ended our interest in alderwereld?

{Ed002's Note - The club were unwilling to try to complete a deal in the summer so interest is elsewhere. But LH would not be of interest as a CB.}


2.) 13 Oct 2018 13:32:26
Would skrinar be one of the first choices as a cb as he looks like a very good cb.

{Ed002's Note - Most certainly but much will depend on whether pne faction of the press and the toxics get their way.
Milan Skriniar (CB) Financial demands of Inter are excessive and the said they will sell for €75M in the Summer of 2018 - expect that price to be well over €100M now but Manchester United remain very keen and may be able to negotiate
Nikola Milenkovic (CB) financial viable and a target from his time at Chelsea
Rúben Dias (CB) Manchester United's manager has held a discussion with the player's agent
Toby Alderweireld (CB) Chances of him joining remain as they were - it will be difficult
Raphael Varane (CB) - it drags on rather but Real Madrid may be willing to let him leave for the right price as part of their major rebuild programme – so might be possible but the price could be through the roof.}


3.) 13 Oct 2018 14:57:32
Thanks ed. Some interesting choices and they all look like top up and coming defenders apart from Toby as he is very experienced.


4.) 13 Oct 2018 14:57:46
Is it more reasonable to consider josé was at the serbia game to look at milenkovic as opposed milinkovic-savic?

{Ed002's Note - I would not make such assumptions. Perhaps he is able to look at two players at the same time?}


5.) 13 Oct 2018 15:30:43
the man knows no bounds!


6.) 14 Oct 2018 10:59:57
Fantastic info Ed002, thank you! As mentioned above, looks like we’re considering quality defenders.

{Ed002's Note - Obviously these are the targets of the incumbant one.}


7.) 14 Oct 2018 11:51:09
Great Info ed would the main targets for Jan match those as the summer? right wing central mid and CB? Maybe a right back could now be added with Valencia causing problems. I know all is dependent on Jose still being manager and won't be easy in January.

{Ed002's Note - I cannot answer about the timing of transfers, particularly in January. You likely have unrealistic expectations for January and the club had no interest in going after many of the players that had previously been identified as potions. The club has however continued to look at players, but these are players that were primarily identified to meet the brief that Mr Mourinho identified. Additionally much will depend on who leaves.}


8.) 14 Oct 2018 10:59:57
Fantastic info Ed002, thank you! As mentioned above, looks like we’re considering quality defenders.

{Ed002's Note - This would be entirely dependent on the incumbent manager staying of course.}


 

 

08 Oct 2018 17:00:29
Ed,

Are there any players we will look to sign in the January window and if you could treat us with some names it would be appreciated from the Manchester United Page.

Singh

{Ed002's Note - Right now the club is obviously in a difficult position regarding the witch hunt, the situation with Mr Mourinho and the need to sell players in order to free up wages and places in the squad. January is not a time that clubs typically plan to make changes but I am aware of more movement than would normally be seen in respect of plans for January. The problem Manchester United have from that perspective is that the players that might arrive would be based on the desires of the incumbent manager and those who have been working in the scouting department to find suitable options to suits the needs as seen now. If there were a change of manager before the end of the year, my expectation would be the smallest of changes in January.}


1.) 08 Oct 2018 18:03:42
Ed, are you aware which direction the club are leaning towards with Jose?

{Ed002's Note - I have had several days of everyone here telling me that Mr Mourinho that he was being sacked on Saturday night and Zidane was to replace him. I explained the situation about the first point then - I had no need to explain about Zidane. Clearly there is a witch hunt from one of the newspapers and many, many of the fans if the folks here are representative. The problem is, that most have no grasp of the workings of the club and seemingly think the Woodward makes all of the decisions - again I have explained that is untrue. I am not aware of any decision by the board to sack the manager at this time but if the situation becomes untenable they may need to seek a resolution - their focus up to now has been on a different job that needs filling - the Director of Football role. The toxics must love all of this.}


2.) 08 Oct 2018 18:20:05
Are then any viable options for the club, interms of who could possibly take over from Mourinho.
I would presume that they have a potential list of next managers drawn up' give the current predicament.
Is the focus on appointing a DOF or is that been put on hold for the time being?

{Ed002's Note - I am not aware of any potential list of new managers the club has drawn up - they would need to take advice over the matter. In terms of interim managers, both Sam Allardyce and Glenn Roeder are available.}


3.) 08 Oct 2018 18:31:44
Personally ed I think with or without Jose the club need to sort a dof by Christmas giving them the 2nd half of the season the make plans and changes. I'm unsure on what the best course would be with mourinho as I'd be loathe to let some of the players think the way they have acted is acceptable i'd much prefer to remove them before making a decision on the manager. However if Jose continues to publicly criticise the players and complain publicly about what he doesn't have he may leave the club with little choice.


4.) 08 Oct 2018 18:42:45
Thanks ed as usual.


5.) 08 Oct 2018 19:16:17
Haha Glenn roeder 😂.


6.) 08 Oct 2018 21:26:03
Love it ed. Let's hope that the toxics wind it in and hopefully Jose gets the backing to make some personnel changes. Also hopeful that a DOF comes in to handle the footballing side.

We seem to bit quite a behind other teams at the moment, not just because what's happening on the pitch but most importantly what's been happening off the pitch.

Has there ever been an interest from the club's hierarchy to get any of the class of 92 more involved. I am aware Nicky Butt is there but I was just wondering would they consider looking at past players.

{Ed002's Note - The club needs the best people to work in such people, not random players from the past.}


7.) 10 Oct 2018 08:07:26
Sure ed. I was just wondering if they'd ever been considered.

I hope that they can get what they want.

{Ed002's Note - I don't see why the club would consider any of the "Class of 92" as being suitable managers/head coaches for the club as there is little or no experience:
David Beckham - tax exile and failed parfumerie looking to leverage the social profile of himself and his wife in order to run a soccerball franchise and old folks home in Miami. Tattoos ruled him out of his preferred role and the next James Bond.
Nicky Butt - experience at unsuccessfully running a pretty poor Manchester United youth set up - far from what the club needs.
Ryan Giggs - has a tiny bit of experience as the Wales manager but that would not be of any use at all in managing Manchester United - continues to flirt with the nonsense of Vietnamese football - maybe they will have a job for him?
Gary Neville - by far the most experienced manager wise with stats to rival Glenn Roeder - might be the best option.
Phil Neville - the one with the smarts out of the bunch but experience is in the girls version of the game.
Paul Scholes - becoming a bitter old man and is using his position as the world's most respected pundit leading the charge to remove everyone who doesn't have ginger hair from the club. Eventually he will become a pundit based in the Middle East.}


8.) 10 Oct 2018 12:26:52
Out of interest Ed002, who do you think is capable of doing the job? Obviously we've had your thoughts on the DOF etc but I'm curious to know what head coaches or managers are fit for the purpose.

{Ed002's Note - There are numerous coaches who could do the job perfectly well but the club, should they need to, will have to think about availability, cost, desire etc.. They also need to think about the level of risk there would be involved. It is easy to argue that Max Allegri could do a good job, but he is already at Juventus and has been messed around in the past by Manchester United and turning down Real Madrid shows he is not looking to move. Carlo Ancelotti could do a fine job but his has just joined Napoli. Antonio Conte has had repeaseted success and could do a good job but may not be interested in a return to England and there are others already looking at him and speaking with Chelsea. Laurent Blanc is available, knows the club and has the perfect skill set. Pochettino would be of interest but perhaps not available. Simeone could do the job but would not be interested. I could go on ....}


9.) 11 Oct 2018 07:48:06
Ed002, what about Leonardo Jardim?

{Ed002's Note - This is the Manchester United page.}


10.) 11 Oct 2018 10:03:13
Great reply and insight Ed. I was speaking about this with friends recently and the consensus was Blanc, Simeone, Pochettino, (maybe Beilsa) and Allegri. One outsider was mentioned too that might be a decent punt and that was Nuno Santo from Wolves. a bit inexperienced but has a good pedigree and playing good football with a currently unfashionable side.
However the core of the matter is we currently have a manager so this is all hypothetical until the case is otherwise.


11.) 11 Oct 2018 13:39:29
Apologies, Ed002, my question was not clear.

What I meant was, will Leonardo Jardim be a good coach for United?

{Ed002's Note - No.}


 

 

15 Jul 2018 22:40:00
The new sharkopod is out guys.

Singh

1.) 15 Jul 2018 22:58:19
Where?

{Ed002's Note - http://football-news-views.co.uk/podcasts/sharkopod_19.php


2.) 16 Jul 2018 01:30:12
Cheers Ed002 as always. Bit underwhelming really for us but then again often its the unsung transfers that work out great. Love that Kroos is a major possibility. I'd keep Pogba if possible myself but who knows.


3.) 16 Jul 2018 08:41:21
Excellent listening, thank you Ed002 and all the other Ed's for running the sites.


4.) 16 Jul 2018 11:03:29
Thanks a lot Ed002, very interesting and found the Lichsteiner/ Ryan comments very amusing.


 

 

28 Apr 2018 18:17:41
So a cetain brazilian is on the cards in the summer Mourinho has hinted.

Could it br Neymar hahhaha, most likely be Fred .

Singh

1.) 28 Apr 2018 18:47:53
Most probably sandro.


2.) 28 Apr 2018 18:51:10
The return of Anderson.


3.) 28 Apr 2018 20:01:13
My missus has told me that a Brazilian might be on the cards for her before we go on our summer holidays this year.
I'd disappointed if she means Anderson, we're not going all inclusive!


4.) 28 Apr 2018 20:03:15
Oh yeah buy neymar and have 4 players for left wing.


5.) 28 Apr 2018 20:14:31
Lollll guys.


6.) 28 Apr 2018 20:15:42
Hope it is Sandro and we go for our main cm target of Savic.


7.) 28 Apr 2018 20:56:35
Fabinho perhaps.


8.) 28 Apr 2018 21:59:08
Casemiro, Alex Sandro, Fred, Willian, Fabinho, Felipe Anderson, Douglas Costa or indeed Neymar. Of course he could be talking about the return of Andreas Pereira. Lol. It's going to be a long summer.


9.) 28 Apr 2018 22:18:43
Jorginho born in Brazil but an Italian international. Would love it to be Rafael Da Silva. but i would reckon it be either Willian or Alex Sandro.


10.) 28 Apr 2018 22:19:56
Andersom Talisca was linked some time ago as well as Malcom.


11.) 29 Apr 2018 01:28:38
Heard Pele joining us? 😉.


12.) 29 Apr 2018 09:22:48
Petrobras!


13.) 29 Apr 2018 17:25:47
I know it’s not Neymar, but I really hope it isn’t. Cannot stand him.


14.) 29 Apr 2018 18:39:35
Fellaini's new hairstyle.


15.) 30 Apr 2018 00:45:51
My guess is Willian.


16.) 30 Apr 2018 08:35:14
Won't be Willian, guys. He loves Chelsea and has played a lot for us this season. So it's not like he's had a lack of minutes either. He's staying at Chelsea.
(PS: if I'm being honest there are much better options for you out there than Willian. He's nearing 30, and would cost quite a bit. Also not the best end product mostly. )

You can have Pedro though if you want!


17.) 30 Apr 2018 11:08:10
'He loves Chelsea' lol.


18.) 30 Apr 2018 14:02:23
Sounds like you're trying to convince yourself @Jackson.


19.) 30 Apr 2018 18:45:42
Not really, LeeLee. Also GDS2, no need to laugh at that. In the age of mercenary footballers, Willian is a guy that's shown nothing but love for the club. He wants to be at Chelsea (and spurned Spurs in the process) and has said nothing BUT that.
His commitment to the club is without question, something which can't be said of guys like Tibo and Eden for example (who seem to like the thought of a transfer to Spain as well) . He's no superstar, but his loyalty makes him a valuable squad member.

I'm not here to troll or anything, just shedding some light on this as I'm probably more up to date on Chelsea related matters than you are. But thanks for the mature response :-)


20.) 01 May 2018 22:00:21
Ok Jackson. cue Willian moves to China for 300k per week in the summer.


21.) 04 May 2018 23:01:07
I'd bet on that not happening, Eric :)


 

 

21 Mar 2018 20:58:22
Ed have we moved ahead of Man city in race for Fred?

I thought he was Man city bound.

Thanks.

Singh

{Ed002's Note - I have no idea how to measure “moving ahead” but he is on a list of possible midfield options - but not at the top.}


1.) 21 Mar 2018 22:12:37
Okay no probs its probably the papers making rubbish up.


 

 

 

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18 Oct 2018 17:13:51
Wow what a turn around for Shaw. Hope you are as successful as you can be playing for us and win us lots of trophies.

Singh

 

 

10 Aug 2018 12:42:32
Tranafer window is over and we got to do with what we have.

Sanchez should be a revelation this year as from looking at preseason gamea he does look a lot fitter and faster.

If Pogba has his heart on United should be tremendous for us, Lukaku and Fredn should also do really well. I think Fred will do all the running this year and help out Matic in protecting the back four which will make Pogba a lot more involved with the attack.

Lindelof hardly played last year and i think this is his year to cement a spot in the starting 11.

Th3 only issue we have is RB and LB unless Shaw turns the tables around which is quite doubtful but i hope he proves me wrong.

We are also going to struggle on the wings unless Martial and Rashford perform this year and really kick on.

We have a good team but they need to perform a lot better then they have last year.

We should be challenging for the title if players such as Matic, Pogba, Sanchez, De Gea, Baily, Lindelof and Lukaku perform to their potential. It will be tough for us this year if any of these players let us down.

I have a st4ong feeling Sanchez will score a lot of goals this year starting with 2 goals today.

Singh

 

 

02 Aug 2018 18:30:48
How about Goncalo Guedes as a right winger and can also play as a false 9 or a striker. He is also younger then Bale and is available.

Singh

1.) 02 Aug 2018 21:51:12
Completely random and overrated.


2.) 02 Aug 2018 22:24:50
He does have a lot of talent and plays in the position we need to strengthen and is a lot fyounger then the likes of Willian and Bale.

I woulsve preferred Pulisic but going by the notes of Eds he isn't versatile enough for us to target him this year that is why we are after the likes of Bale and Willian.


 

 

17 Jul 2018 11:53:34
If Pogba goes and if we don't sign Savic to replace it then we wouldve made a mistake by not resigning Ronaldo.

The only reason Pogba should go is if we get a equally good replacement like Savic or Verrati otherwise we shoudnt sell him.

Our transfer committee need to be making decisions quickly and not end up in a situation where Pogba is unhappy and we end up selling him eithout a equally good replacement.

Singh

1.) 17 Jul 2018 12:06:22
There is a transfer committee? I thought Woodward opened pages of a Panini sticker album at random then rolled a couple of dice to decide how much we should over pay for whichever random player we don't need.


2.) 17 Jul 2018 12:18:55
pogba is already unhappy hense eds comment on him happy to part ways,

we can't just be throwing 100 million at a player who would take up 2 players worth of wages adding agent fees and bonuses, it was never logical to buy Ronaldo unless the fee was massively dropped

yeah he's still a top player but he's 33.

i do agree we would need to replace pogba but as many go on he's not done much that needs replacing. me personally would not sell him i think it would be stupid but that is just Jose for you, he is renowned to lose players its happened countless times.

no one wants to pay the asking price for pogba so i can't see him going unless its in a swap deal and tbh the only deal i would want is one that included both bale and kroos. (but that's fantasy talk)

im sure the manager outlined his targets early enough but we shouldn't be just making transfers for the sake of it.

we have panicked bought enough times.


3.) 17 Jul 2018 12:38:24
Players come and go i have no sentiment attached. I don't care about the money being spent either as you don't know exactly how much a player costs so let's not get into the financial side of things that's for the club to worry about.

I only care about a player leaving without being replaced with an equally good player. Everyone and his dog knows how good Pogba is and can be it is just him playing to his potential and working hard.

I want the club to win next year or at the very last challenge properly for the title and not get embarassed like how they were this year.

I don't think Kroos is the answer to our problems and Bale isn't trustworthy for not getting injured in a few games.

We have so far signed Dalot and Fred?

One is for the future and the other one most of us don't know anything about.

Unless you guys are happy with us being second or possibly even be lower down in the table again then we are definitely doing a great job of achieving that.


4.) 17 Jul 2018 12:40:59
Is Fred the replacement?

Why is pogba unhappy.


5.) 17 Jul 2018 12:45:26
We need to stop acting like we are Real Madrid and realise reality.

Real Madrid have a clear plan of who they want when they want their project completed by.

They only target the best players around the world and have option for each target they miss out on.

We need to have a clear understanding of what we want to do as a club and achieve by a certain date.

I totally agree with the eds that we messed it up by not continuing with our project of getting Allegiri and ended up shoving all our transfer plans and then ended up signing Mourinho half heartedly.

Either back the manager fully with a clear plan or get rid of him. Our decision making has been a joke and that is going to bite us in the back for a very long time.


6.) 17 Jul 2018 12:50:45
Fred isn't the replacement accorsing to ed and i hope we end this Pogba saga soon otherwise we will mis out on a good replacement for him.

Pogba was never happy to come to us we were like his only option at the time as Real Madrid and the others decided he was too expensive.

It is nothing new that Pogba is unhappy we were never his first choice so it is nothing to do with us it is more to do with his own preference of choice.


7.) 17 Jul 2018 13:53:06
Singh ed alluded that kroos is joses preffered midfielder. That to me is enough of a worry kroos maybe a great passer but is also slow and at times lazy. U add fellaini and matic in would there be a less mobile midfield around. I know we still have fred and herrera but really strength and power is needed. Liverpool steam rolled most midfields last year and have completely rebuilt it this summer. We can't keep buying players to replace them a season or 2 later.


8.) 17 Jul 2018 14:27:00
We were after 2 midfielders before pogba came into the equation.

Kroos is not Pogba's replacement unless we decide to change our style of play.


9.) 17 Jul 2018 16:17:06
We also resigned the wig.


10.) 17 Jul 2018 16:27:18
Let's not act like Pogba leaving is a foregone conclusion. He is our player, and a very good one. Some of you seem to be in quite a hurry to rush him out the door. We should appreciate what we have in Pogba.


11.) 17 Jul 2018 18:09:36
Hello fellow posters, hope everyone is doing fine, and hope that all of you enjoyed the World Cup.

My post is for Singh. Mate, I don’t have anything against you, or the way you feel for the Club, your posts are mostly on point and I always enjoy reading your perspective about the game. But your recent post is a bit shambolic and a bit of an overreaction, friend. Ronaldo left Madrid because of whatever reason and the fact that United didn’t go for him was good for our Club in the long run. Yes, you’d argue that he would have gotten the fear factor with him and would have won the league on his own. Agreed, he would have, he would have done that for one year, maybe two… what after that? You’d re-build again? Buy a player for 100 quid, get two seasons out of him and then what? You’ve obviously spent a portion of your budget on that one player, in the search for instant success, but after that?

You’d argue that it’s not your money and yes, it isn’t. But that’s not the point, it’s not about who’s money is being spent, it’s all about getting the right players that club needs. Players that will help the club build for sustained success, not a stop-gap. Ronaldo, unfortunately, even though he might be one of the best players in the world, is a stop-gap.

As far as the Pogba conundrum goes, maybe he wants out, maybe is fed up with the way we play and the constant criticism that he is getting; one from the media and second from his own manager. You and I, might never know the truth. We, the fans and the media expect him to do wonders everytime he steps on the pitch, or to score goals, and not simple ones, but audacious ones. We all expect him to rise above and win matches for us single handedly. I think, he is not that player, at least not right now. Whether it makes sense for us to stay patient and help him rather than throw him to the dogs is one that the management needs to make. But, if I were them, I’d be happy to have him in our team and give him all the support that he get, so that he can play well. And guess who will benefit if he does play well? United, of course.

We’ve got about 3 weeks of the transfer window still left, and like all fans, I’m hoping to wake up one day and see that United have bought a player and that player is someone that we all wanted. But, I guess one needs to be patient and understand that transfers are complex, and anything that is complex, takes time to finish.

Thanks,


12.) 17 Jul 2018 18:35:31
I agree with you Raghav but ny issue witht the club is they arr not clear with their decision making.

They have appointed a manager who has identified tranfer targets which the club are hesitant in pursuing.

My issue is why did United go for Mourinho if they arr not backing him with certain players.

They clearly knew Mourinho prefers certain type of players and either you back thr manager or appoint the manager that is on the same wavelength as you.

The fault clearly lays with the club and their decision making. We are mow in a situation which we are better off getting rid of Mourinho if he isn't going to be backed properly by the club and the players.

We are kind of stuck in the middle neither here or there which isn't going to good for United's long term future. The more we continue like this the slower the progress we will make for the long term.


13.) 17 Jul 2018 19:35:19
Singh
What are you on about
Jose first season
Miki gone
Pogba wants out
Ibra gone
Bailly struggling to get a game .

Second season
Lukaku done well imo you want him sold
Lindelof can't get a game
Sanchez really poor start
Matic done well .

The club have back Jose but so far the signings haven't worked out.


14.) 17 Jul 2018 19:38:49
Pogba was 100% a jose signing a player he wanted and wanted at Chelsea. To club broke the world transfer record for him .
How's that worked out so far.


15.) 17 Jul 2018 22:14:56
Jred, so why aren’t questions being asked? “Look Mr Mourinho, we broke the world record for this guy and you want to sell him. We bought you a great CB who you have fallen it with. We bought you the Bundesliga’s player of the year and you swapped him for a player who appears not to know his arse from his elbow. And how about this other CB who you never play? As you sure you know ant you are doing? ” It may be harsh but I’m not sure.


16.) 17 Jul 2018 20:07:00
I don't wqnt lukaku sold i just don't think he's a striker who will score that importwnt champions league final goal yet but this may change with experience.

You can see how good Miki has beenhes had attitude issues even before he came to us.

Most of his signings have work3d apart from Pogba and Miki. You can't really say much about Lindelof it was his first year in english football.

You can judge Lindelof this year if he flops.

The signings Mourinho wishes and hasn't yet got them here are players like Neymar, Perisic, top cbs such as Varane, Alderwereld, Rose, Sandro, willian and loads more he probably wouldve wanted. I am nit saying these are the right signings but these are the signings he probably wished to make.

Bailly wasnt even at the top of our list and i think he was like 3rd choice forJose and club so technically we got our third choice cb.

He wants certain players out but the club are over vauluing players which will be difficult for them to find any suitable buyers.

This will turn ugly if things are not fuxed quickly enough. We are a long way from winning the title if we end up selling Pogba and don't sign any top replacements.

The most critical positions haven't been signed such as a new cb, lb and a right winger and we are on the other hand thinking of selling Pogba without getting a equally good player.


17.) 17 Jul 2018 23:10:30
Singh
That's ridiculous .
"Loads more he probably wanted "
On top of neymar and co? Messi pele maradona
Ajh
That's a question and I think one that's being asked.


18.) 17 Jul 2018 23:36:28
Pogba is not going anywhere. Whatever anyone say. I don't believe it for a second. He may be offered by his agent beside his knowledge. But he will not leave. and will have his best season in United Shirt.


19.) 18 Jul 2018 09:27:30
I wouldn't be massively surprised if he left but I wouldn't put money on it.


 

 

15 Jul 2018 19:13:36
The board were against offering high amounts of transfer fee for Perisic last year ehich we shouldve as at one point he was available for a reasonable fee.

Thr board will look absolutely silly if we go for him this year as thr player is a year older and will cowt a lot of money compared to last year before his transfer fee went up.

Singh

1.) 15 Jul 2018 19:37:33
Singh really because Jose has just said on tv that he doesn't know why perisic chose not to join United.


2.) 15 Jul 2018 19:48:18
If u read eds comment from last year he did say UTD h3sitated buying a old player like him as they didn't see value in him so i'd be shocked to see us going for him this year as he is a a year older.

Perisic bever rejected us we hesitated to pay the initial fee and then we did bid the transfee fee had gone up which UTD decided it was too much for a playrr of his age.


3.) 15 Jul 2018 20:00:24
Jose has just said live on tv he doesn't know why perisic rejected United when he wanted him last year.

Guess we will have to make do with sachez.


4.) 15 Jul 2018 20:47:20
Sanchez a better player so i not that bad missing out on him. I just home Sanchez kicks on and scores loads this year which i am sure he will after having rest this summer.


5.) 15 Jul 2018 21:02:24
We all know why Jose said that. The board didn't back him last year in his mind. He's said that because he thinks they're not backing him again this year.


6.) 15 Jul 2018 21:37:22
The lad signed a new contract with inter . we then went out and made Sanchez the highest paid player in EPL history . But the board didn't back him?


7.) 15 Jul 2018 21:57:22
Didn't the ed say we had a value for him and weren't willing to go any higher?

Plus, never take any heed what Jose says is another famous one of ed002s.

From what I read from various people and on here, united wouldn't go any higher in their bid.


8.) 15 Jul 2018 21:43:50
The board back signings with big names, not ones that will do the job as the manager wants.


9.) 15 Jul 2018 22:19:52
Angel well if you have read it .

United have never spent money like this current board has done .
Broke the world transfer record when Jose wanted pogba, 90 mil on lukaku Sanchez the highest paid player in EPL history .

But the board haven't backed the manager?


10.) 15 Jul 2018 23:17:28
As I said in his mind.


11.) 16 Jul 2018 09:04:33
They have spent ridiculous money on players. I think ones that have a higher marketing player than say a player like perisic.

I think ed002 has proven to have an incredible success rate when it comes to talking about players so I tend to believe him.


 

 

 

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Thanks ed. Some interesting choices and they all look like top up and coming defenders apart from Toby as he is very experienced.

Singh

 

 

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13 Oct 2018 13:32:26
Would skrinar be one of the first choices as a cb as he looks like a very good cb.

Singh

{Ed002's Note - Most certainly but much will depend on whether pne faction of the press and the toxics get their way.
Milan Skriniar (CB) Financial demands of Inter are excessive and the said they will sell for €75M in the Summer of 2018 - expect that price to be well over €100M now but Manchester United remain very keen and may be able to negotiate
Nikola Milenkovic (CB) financial viable and a target from his time at Chelsea
Rúben Dias (CB) Manchester United's manager has held a discussion with the player's agent
Toby Alderweireld (CB) Chances of him joining remain as they were - it will be difficult
Raphael Varane (CB) - it drags on rather but Real Madrid may be willing to let him leave for the right price as part of their major rebuild programme – so might be possible but the price could be through the roof.}


 

 

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13 Oct 2018 13:21:44
Cheers ed. Have we ended our interest in alderwereld?

Singh

{Ed002's Note - The club were unwilling to try to complete a deal in the summer so interest is elsewhere. But LH would not be of interest as a CB.}


 

 

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08 Oct 2018 18:42:45
Thanks ed as usual.

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05 Oct 2018 23:43:25
I shouldve also added. I am not one of those who gets attached to a plyer or manager as i just see th3m as employees.

I am a bit old school as i like a bit of discipline and i don't think some of our players are mature enough for a manager like Mourinho. They maybe ne3d a amanager lik3 Guardiola who is always up your arse and wants to control everything about.

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21 Oct 2018 13:07:03
What you been binging on Moon?

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21 Oct 2018 12:06:30
Asensio is special and could be good for us and as an alternative wehould target Pulisic or Dembele. Any of these 3 will be class for us.

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21 Oct 2018 10:40:51
I have said time and time again Lukaku doesn't do much in big games but he still has a spot in the team to bully the other 15 teams in the league and that is 30 games. If he can score 20 goals from the 30 games then he wouldve done his job.

We just need Martial to step up or buy a all around striker for us to win trophies.

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20 Oct 2018 17:16:26
Very good game from Martial, Shaw and Mata today.

I hope these guys carry on from here and let these players play together for a few games.

Lukaku does look out of touch but i would still play with him for now as he is close to scoring a goal very soon.

Really shame about the assitant incident with Mourinho and it will most likely make Mouinho look bad in the press even though it was the Sarris assistant's fault.

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19 Oct 2018 13:48:27
Well said Inhope.

Singh