Published: Sun, May 26, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Real Madrid take a hint from Manchester United’s transfer activity

Real Madrid take a hint from Manchester United’s transfer activity

"The next season we won the Premier League by 18 points, but winning the league was normal for us".

Manchester United have not yet agreed a new deal with star shot stopper David De Gea and it will not come as any surprise to see the Spaniard leave this summer.

"Not an overstatement to say David Beckham has been the worthiest number seven at Old Trafford since Ronaldo left 10 years ago", he tweeted. Today, Manchester United are linked with Gianluigi Donnarumma.... "Easily forgotten what a world-class footballer he was".

The Daily Mail reports that Argentina worldwide Romero, who joined the club from Sampdoria in 2015, is likely to be entrusted with a starting role in the case of De Gea's sale.

The game was special since the very first minute as Manchester United fans were overwhelmed with the awesome performance by the player from the class of 92.

There was a real feelgood factor in the air, with Beckham firing cross-field balls, Stam showing no mercy at the back and Scholes bossing the midfield.

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That view was shared by tweeter Joseph Owino, who suggested: "I am watching Beckham show, in a legends match, that he can walk straight into the current United team!".

Legendary Manchester United boss, Sir Alex Ferguson, believes the club should have appointed Tottenham manager, Mauricio Pochettino, ahead of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the Daily Mail reports.

Soon, Nicky Butt and Louis Saha widened the lead to give a significant 4-0 lead.

Therefore the likes of Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku could be moved on as Solskjaer puts his trust in the United youth academy graduates such as Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard - both of who were present at the Legends game this afternoon.

Alongside many other young players contracted to the club, he was able to break into the first team this season after Swansea's relegation last season meant they struggled to recruit many new players.

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