Manchester United - Theatre of Dreams - Part 38

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Significantly, United boss Ten Hag has already played a role in Eriksen's tale, handing the Dane the opportunity to regain fitness at former club Ajax in January, before his deadline day move to Brentford.

Back then there was uncertainty about what the future held for Eriksen and whether he could seriously return to the pro ranks, let alone recapture his best form.

But Ten Hag and Eriksen will reconnect this summer with the playmaker re-established as one of Europe's finest creators. He is potentially an ideal recruit for a United side which badly lacked his composure and craft in possession last season.

United were eighth for goals scored in 2021/22 and, remarkably, 18th for goals from set pieces. Eriksen will surely enhance both stats.

From his first Premier League start for Brentford on March 5, he ranked third in the division for chances created and passes into the final third. Two of his four assists came from dead-ball situations, where he was consistently excellent with his delivery, while his ball-striking from outside the box earned him a couple of fine goals for Denmark on his return to the international stage.

That form was a call-back to his brilliant days between 2013 and 2020 in a Tottenham shirt, where he recorded more assists, created more chances and scored more goals from outside the box than any other player in the Premier League.


Man Utd will need players capable of scoring from outside the box.
 

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Significantly, United boss Ten Hag has already played a role in Eriksen's tale, handing the Dane the opportunity to regain fitness at former club Ajax in January, before his deadline day move to Brentford.

Back then there was uncertainty about what the future held for Eriksen and whether he could seriously return to the pro ranks, let alone recapture his best form.

But Ten Hag and Eriksen will reconnect this summer with the playmaker re-established as one of Europe's finest creators. He is potentially an ideal recruit for a United side which badly lacked his composure and craft in possession last season.

United were eighth for goals scored in 2021/22 and, remarkably, 18th for goals from set pieces. Eriksen will surely enhance both stats.

From his first Premier League start for Brentford on March 5, he ranked third in the division for chances created and passes into the final third. Two of his four assists came from dead-ball situations, where he was consistently excellent with his delivery, while his ball-striking from outside the box earned him a couple of fine goals for Denmark on his return to the international stage.

That form was a call-back to his brilliant days between 2013 and 2020 in a Tottenham shirt, where he recorded more assists, created more chances and scored more goals from outside the box than any other player in the Premier League.


Man Utd will need players capable of scoring from outside the box.
ever since paul scholes left, we have a lack of people who can score from outside the box.. until ronaldo camea lol
 

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he only know dutch league players.
Hopefully it work :). Exciting time ahead with all the youngster led by Rashy and pele.

Hope he dont beat ralf record of losing the dressing room.

As moist failed.but moist is changed entire back room staff la abit different. Which also nothing wrong. Is just didnt work so abit suay.
 

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Hopefully it work :). Exciting time ahead with all the youngster led by Rashy and pele.

Hope he dont beat ralf record of losing the dressing room.

As moist failed.but moist is changed entire back room staff la abit different. Which also nothing wrong. Is just didnt work so abit suay.
maybe all the players starting with R and P are toxic lor

Ronaldo,, Rashford, Pele, Ringards, Ravani, Ralf Ralf, Pogba, Pailly, etc etc
 

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Cristiano Ronaldo's potential Manchester United exit is an idea that has seemingly actually gone down well in the Red Devils dressing room.

Talk of a Ronaldo departure has been met with reports emerging from the United squad that certain members of the team would welcome his exit. According to The Times, some players feel as if they would be able to 'express' themselves more if the five-time Ballon d'Or winner was not at the club next term.

There have long been reports of rifts and divisions within the United dressing room as a result of Ronaldo's arrival. Some have claimed the former Real Madrid man is thought to intimidate some players with his win-at-all costs mentality.


Maguire will be very delighted to see Ronaldo leave. :s13:
If Ronaldo leaves Martial may be in a happy mood & he may rediscover his form. Same goes for Rashford. Martial & Rashford seemed to play well together. If 1 of them is playing not likely will be able to play well.
 
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can only blame the club / mgr who didnt play to Ronaldo's strength.

He was no longer the 24 or 25 yrs old player when he left MU...
at 37, it will be crazy for Ole or Ralf to think Ronaldo will continue to run and puff his way ard the field continuously throughout the game. Knowing Ronaldo, be it 10 yrs ago or now, he will definitely sulk if he didnt receive the pass or ask not to take freekicks outside the box.

So it will be better for him to go and get some money back.... to cover the lost of merchandise sales.
 

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Best deal will be Ronaldo & cash to Barcelona for Frenkie de Jong.
this barca really gangsta no money and cant register players but keep want to buy and alr signed players but cant register lol wtf
 

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Just let Ronnie go. His wage of 510k per week can get 3 new players by paying 150k per week.

Also if he is interested in playing UCL, he should not come back to Man Utd. On a serious note, I had enough of this Messi vs Ronaldo ****.

Soccer is a team game not a personal glory.
 

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Trying to sign Lisandro Martinez & Eriksen before end of this week so they can go on the tour.
 

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Just let Ronnie go. His wage of 510k per week can get 3 new players by paying 150k per week.

Also if he is interested in playing UCL, he should not come back to Man Utd. On a serious note, I had enough of this Messi vs Ronaldo ****.

Soccer is a team game not a personal glory.
If he remains the dressing room will continue to be toxic. Get rid of him asap so that harmony get be restored to the dressing room & team.
 

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this barca really gangsta no money and cant register players but keep want to buy and alr signed players but cant register lol wtf
must clear those on the "Sales" shelf first.
 

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Tyrell Malacia has admitted that Robin van Persie's career as a Manchester United player played a key role in him being poised to become the club's first signing of the summer transfer window.

"I always followed Manchester United because Robin van Persie played there and he was a Feyenoord player," Malacia told De Telegraaf. "He was a lad who came from the academy at Feyenoord, too - just like me. That's why I've got an extra feeling with this club.


He is the player who really wants to join Man Utd.
 

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Come on.. stop blaming Ronaldo. Without him United probably playing conference league or worse
 

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Paulo Dybala is reportedly evaluating transfer interest from Manchester United after Inter Milan put his signing on standby. Dybala is currently a free agent after leaving Juventus at the end of his contract.

However, Sky Italy claims Dybala has now been put on the backburner by the San Siro club. AC Milan, Napoli and Roma have also been linked with the 28-year-old but they are yet to make an official offer.

Now the player is looking at his options abroad in both England and Spain. United are interested, especially due to the uncertainty over the future of Cristiano Ronaldo.

 

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If an audacious transfer is pulled off that would leave the sporting world shellshocked considering Ronaldo's Real Madrid past and Barca's dire financial situation. If, somehow, the five-time Ballon d'Or winner does make the move to Nou Camp, that would surely rule them out of the race to sign Lewandowski.

There is simply no way that any club - let alone one in economic ruin - could bring in both players and find positions in the squad for them as well. United, who are already chasing a striker, might just be able to pull off a deal for the Poland international instead.

The 33-year-old has made it clear that he wants to leave Bayern but has insisted it is only Barcelona that he wants. However, his public outbursts might find him in hot water in Bavaria - not least with the fans who will not be happy with feeling second-best.

It could mean that Lewandowski might be forced to depart and that could be good news for the Red Devils in their hunt for a top-class striker. There are not many options in the transfer window and Ten Hag knows that time is running out.

 

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Representing bitter rivals Feyenoord and Ajax respectively, Malacia marshalled Antony superbly and even impressed opposition boss Ten Hag. But it was the attacker who'd get the glory by scoring an 89th-minute winner to secure an important three points which helped the Amsterdam giants lift the Eredivisie title for a second successive season.

They were both involved in the game's flashpoint moment, though, as Malacia collided with Antony in injury time, sending the Ajax winger tumbling towards the dugouts in - at least what seemed like from his theatrics - unbearable agony.

Having already received a yellow card just minutes earlier for removing his shirt when celebrating the winning goal - his eighth and final of the Eredivisie campaign - the former Sao Paulo prodigy was shown a second booking for time-wasting, as he'd hobbled back onto the pitch, only to drop down again.

 
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