Summary of the latest Manchester United transfer market.
Fergie accepts the Red Devils job.
The UFABET reports that Sir Alex Ferguson has return to the Red Devils at the invitation of chief executive Richard Arnold. Who wants to use his former manager’s experience. Become a member of the club’s direction advisory team. It also includes former CEO David Gill, as well as former club legend Brian Robson. Was call back part of the management of the club’s direction as well.
Progress in the future Cristiano Ronaldo.
After being rumored to want to move out of Old Trafford, Cristiano Ronaldo recently posted a response through Instagram. “It’s impossible if you don’t talk about me for a day. The media will lose revenue. You know, if you don’t come up with something, you can’t get people’s attention. But keep doing it Someday you guys will have some truthful news.”
However, the media continues to act, most recently with two other Champions League teams. The name appeared to join the jam is Sporting Lisbon. The former team at reports that Jorge Mendes is in talks with the Portuguese top-flight team. And the players have an attitude of interest. But the negotiations have not been able to agree on anything. The other team, Napoli, has identifie as another club of choice for Ronaldo this summer. But no official discussions have yet made.
Laporta reveals De Jong’s future
After seeing Manchester United try and try again to convince Frankie de Jong to come and play in England. Recently, Big Boss Joan Laporta, president of the Barcelona club, said that “Frankie wants to stay with the team. The club also wanted him to stay. Even though we’ve had some good offers before, with regards to wages, Barça are trying every possible approach and hopefully Frankie will be the same.”
Hornets rampage interest in Laird
Ethan Laird, 20-year-old defender, is attracting interest from various clubs. Championship The team that appears most enthusiastic is Watford, who are interested in a season-long loan for the England youngster defender. which the two clubs are currently negotiating with