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Looks like we are going after Manolas. Now this guy is a proper c**t...need someone like him in our defense. Along with him and maybe Ibra its sort of obvious that Mourinho wants to bring that fear factor back. Its a good start for sure. Hope we get him.
http://gianlucadimarzio.com/en/eng/manchester-united-meets-with-manolas-entourage-e40-million-offer-is-ready/
Rafa Benitez is staying at Newcastle United. FACT!
facht
Fukt
Should have gone back to Valencia.
why? valencia are broke, benitez just wants another "project." newcastle have more money, and a bigger stadium that fills every week (60k). newcastle is a historically big club in england, they have money and look to build unlike valencia.

with how well west ham, southampton, spurs and leicester have done this season, im sure every manager worth his salt is looking at the PL like a lovely challenge as well as big payday with a huge transfer kitty to spend spend spend! lol. just look at the lineup of managers in the league, next season is going to be cray.
BBC, Negotiations over Jose Mourinho's image rights are delaying him becoming the new Manchester United manager.

Mourinho is expected to replace sacked Louis van Gaal, with talks ongoing between his agent Jorge Mendes and United officials.

But it has emerged that Chelsea still own the 'Jose Mourinho' name as a trademark - meaning United may need to pay a six-figure sum for the rights.

However, the issue will not scupper any deal, which is expected this week.
I never expected anything to be officially announced until 1st of June in any case. No rush as long as it happens in the next week.
it's bizarre how chelsea sacked him twice and still "own" the name "jose mourinho." thats highly unusual. i wonder why real madrid and inter didnt make any fuss about it but utd are.. oh yeah woodward. i bet he's already plotting some scheme to have mourinho in the next x-men movie.
so we have concerns for jose's youth policy. is there anything he can do to allay those fears?

for me, signing reuben loftus-cheek would be a start. john stones also. both players we could use and promising.
I only hope we have a DOF, then we should have no fear about youth and the direction of the club
he's not afraid to buy youngsters, it's using your own academy kids and promoting from within that he doesn't have a track record of. he's got no problem buying young stars, he wanted shaw and stones after all, and has bought quite a few in his career. robben was only 20 when mourinho bought him for chelsea.
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Just curious to see when will be the first press conference of Mourinho for Man Utd ? :) Want to see the conference ....
By the way now that Jose will be ur manager suddenly all the "hate" for him will disappear ?! XD lol just joking !
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Please mods remove that crap ^
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I would really hate him if he brings the success that he has brought every club he has been. I will be pissed off!
xhaka, great signing for arsenal.
I'm so jealous they always have good eye for decent midfielders. I think they're are just a decent striker away from a complete offensive force.
they need a first-choice CB to partner koscielny as well, but yea, really handy side with a striker.
Thanks gents congrats on getting zlatan as well ;)
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SKY SOURCES: No agreement in place for Zlatan Ibrahimovic to join Manchester Utd

U literally just jinxed it cloudst 😂😂
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ffs
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I'm OK with that, to be honest. I am not a huge fan of the older big name signings. I don't even want Ronaldo back at United anymore even if he has 2 great (by the elite standards) seasons in him (which I doubt).

I'd much rather get the (potentially) soon to be great players like Dybala, Lacazette, Griezmann, etc. One could argue that some of them are obvious picks but that's the point. They are elite in their own right and are players who can form the core of a team for years to come. We won't be back into a 'rebuilding' phase in a season or 2.
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Naaa u can't reject ronaldo, the man bags 50-60 goals like it's a natural thing for him lol
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Imagine if Arsenal is actually getting Zlatan
the counterpoint to the 'older big-name' signings is that it doesn't exclude signing other players. especially as zlatan is unattached atm. could sign him and someone else, who is younger and needs one more year of development.

we do need the side to get bigger and stronger, especially at set-pieces. the thing about young players, especially teenagers, is that they often don't have the mass to compete physically. rashford's built well but he's not about to leap above wes morgan yet.
Henrik Larsson. They sometimes work. But there's always Shevchenko. Enough said about older big name signings.
Sky also said last week there was no agreement in place between united and mourinho
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Oh s**t, its Bayern lurking around Manchester, kipnapping our targets, brainwashing them in their sleep and secretly redirecting all incoming flights to Munich! Campaign against United!!
Jaguar or Chevrolet for jose.

http://www.skysports.com/football/news/11667/10293573/jose-mourinho-agrees-personal-terms-with-manchester-united
Arrive in a Jag leave in a chevrolet? Nice problem to have I guess.
jag>chevy facts
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How about he takes both??
Football so commercialised which is not a bad thing because it brings revenue but it complicates thing when signing players and appointing managers
All this comments about lvg being treated unfair and so on...well,for sure its the media to blame for that.but no united,mourinho (if he comes) or lvg himself.
I'm pretty sure that united and van gaal had already lots of talks and discussions going on during the last months.most likely van gaal knew he would loose his job if not making top 4 months ago.first of all i dont believe the sacking comes as a surprise for him.second,i dont think united is that stupid to not talk about that issue until the fa cup final.
I wouldnt be surprised if all this matter was talked through many times with all groups for a long time.the media...well yeah,they are the ones to blame but at the end of the day even they behave like they always do,like pure s**t.
So i guess theres so many things going on in the background,that we have no clue what we're actually talking about.i just dont see anything strange or unfair in this sacking
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What's unfair is like you said, the way the media treated LVG. The same story, same question over and over again. Sometimes they even interview the youths, trying to stir things up. First thing the reporter asked Roo and Carrick after winning the FA Cup wasn't "how you are feeling now" but "do you think LVG will be sacked". Classless really.

LVG and Moyes are treated the same by the club, sacked once the team is out top 4 and any ongoing cup competitions. The only reason he stayed longer is because of the FA Cup final. The sacking is expected all along.

The fans at OT are classy, supporting him until the last day. So are the players.
Not to burst the bubble but weren't the fans at old trafford booing lvg after losing to Norwich at home?

Far from classy, mate.
@MereEarthlings

Please do tell me which fans don't boo their manager when things aren't going well? The fans are what makes the football team; if they don't see what they like over the last two seasons then I think they have a right to voice their disgust. The fans don't get to sit on the board etc so the only way they can voice themselves is in the stadium.
No doubt, Diablo. I just thought it was unfair to say the fans were supporting him until his last days. Didn't come here for any trouble. 😅
Indeed there were boos during some games, but most of the games he's still getting support. There were also a few disrespectful mou signs that only appeared for a few games before it was taken down. After all, its just the minorities who does those things.
Probably not a popular opinion, but if I were one of the higher ups I would have said; "All you had to was keep quiet, you had your chance and by leaking the story minutes after we won the FA Cup made our club look like a joke."

The leak was undoubtably from Mourinho's camp and while he is without doubt a good manager, I think the reputation of the club is worth far more. It's not as if there is nobody else whatsoever who could have taken the reigns.

Just my 2p.
just because it was his camp doesn't mean he was involved. Our club reputation went to the dumps the moment we got the glazers. It didn't matter when it came to moyes so why care now? It was the worse kept secret in football and united commenting on van gaal football director's rumor but nothing on his future pretty much made it clear. United arguably needs Jose more than he needs us so to say he had his chance is silly. Who else would we get? all the other high level managers are already signed or just recently renewed. Unless u want giggs or lvg for another year, i don't see ur point here. Just my view of course.
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Whether you choose Mourinho or United's version of Brendan Rogers, it doesn't matter. There is a huge risk with either option. Mourinho's reputation precedes him. A lesser known manager may not bring you PL success, but could strengthen the squad instead of destroying it from the inside out with drama. Mourinho is a fantastic manager, but I'd be lying if I said I wasn't worried about what might happen for United next season. Nothing is certain with Mourinho at the helm. Best of luck nonetheless!
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Zlatan and José vs Peepee Guardiola....can't wait
Has Zlatan signed?

Meanwhile seems like Jose wants Matic to join United.
has jose signed? it's all speculation anyways tomi.
I feel like its just a matter of time before they both sign
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Jose will be here before end of the week I think friday he will be announced official


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