Published: Sat, August 11, 2018
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Pogba penalty sets United on way to win over Leicester

Pogba penalty sets United on way to win over Leicester

Barcelona's Yerry Mina and Bayern Munich's Jérôme Boateng are also claimed to be on Mourinho's radar, despite contrasting World Cup performances for Colombia and Germany respectively.

"He had the first three or four days of training and first couple of matches where he played 40 or 50 minutes".

Fred addressed United's midfield issue while Diogo Dalot and Lee Grant add decent depth to the team.

Luke Shaw has set his sights on not only becoming Manchester United's first choice left-back this season, but also one of the best in the world in his position.

"If you compare with Europe, you are at a complete disadvantage and it does not help the clubs in the Premier League", Pochettino said on Spurs' tour of the United States.

Another player who has come through an uncertain summer with United is Anthony Martial, who was left out of his France's World Cup squad, prompting comments from his agent that he wished to leave Old Trafford to safeguard his worldwide future.

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At the pre-match press conference ahead of the Leicester clash Mourinho hit back at claims of unrest at Old Trafford, Sky Sports reports.

Marcos Rojo is another player who sustained an injury while representing his country in Russian Federation so he'll miss the season opener along with summer signing Diogo Dalot as he's still recovering from knee surgery that he underwent in April.

The Red Devils finished in second place in the Premier League table last term but the 20-time English champions finished a long way behind champions Manchester City.

"I'm going to enjoy this season". Not just with that [goal] but in 90 minutes he made just one mistake, and it's the kind of mistake where probably the linesman could help him and give a freekick for us and resolve the problem, ' said the Portuguese.

"So for me it's a big season for Paul Pogba, it's a good move, let's see how Paul Pogba gets on tonight". You have to try your best to get points and even with the difficulties that we had with our pre-season, now I don't think is the time to be speaking about that.

Mark Ogden, senior writer at ESPN, says that Manchester United and their fans should "brace themselves for a bumpy ride".

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