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Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Premier League 2017-18 preview No12: Manchester United according to : The Guardian

Despite finishing in a lowly sixth place in the Premier League, last season was still a success. But it is the Premier League where the manager really believes his side can prosper. We are not a club today that can compete with Manchester United and City for a player. Lindelof's struggles, Pogba's leadership: Manchester United tour talking points Read moreA scan through his probable first XI illustrates this and points to weaknesses at left-back, No10, and in a wide attacking berth. And if the bid did fail, United would still have reset the parameters of how Tottenham, Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool should view them in future windows.



Premier League 2017-18 preview No12: Manchester United
Upon signing a six-year contract until 2023 last May, van Dijk said "I definitely want to grow with them [Southampton]". 'Insulted' Virgil van Dijk submits transfer request in bid to leave Southampton Read moreIt is happening again, with Southampton a victim of their own success. After months of muddying the waters, van Dijk had an opportunity to show how classy a defender he really is. Some players have already benefited from the Van Dijk situation, none more than Jack Stephens. Facebook Twitter Pinterest Mauricio Pellegrino has had to deal with the Virgil van Dijk saga during his first few weeks as manager.

Premier League 2017-18 preview No13: Newcastle United

At that point Newcastle's manager seemed confident Tammy Abraham, the young Chelsea striker, would be joining his team on loan. But everyone has their breaking point, Newcastle's manager is always widely coveted and his currently employer definitely needs him more than he needs them. Or is Newcastle's owner simply destructive? Premier League 2017-18 preview No12: Manchester United | Jamie Jackson Read moreNo one is quite sure but the relationship between two men who, in very different ways, are control freaks was always going to be complicated. They say no one is indispensable but Newcastle fans rightly fear they would struggle to get another manager anywhere near as good as Benítez.


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