Six days have passed since Manchester United’s 3-1 loss to Arsenal, and a lot has occurred in that time.
Despite links to Saudi Arabia and his public disagreement with Erik ten Hag regarding training intensity, Jadon Sancho is still a United player. According to reports, all parties will meet this week to talk about his predicament because the Saudi window has been closed since Thursday.
However, the likelihood of Donny van de Beek leaving is dwindling with each passing day. In the meantime, Eric Bailly left for Besiktas. This is so that the Turkish window, in which Fenerbahce and Galatasaray are both interested, can close on September 15.
The foreign stars of United have also had a busy week. After scoring his sixth goal of the Euro 2024 qualifying campaign to help Scotland defeat Cyprus 3-0 yesterday night, Scott McTominay made headlines.
With former Reds striker Romelu Lukaku and current Old Trafford star Rasmus Hojlund, who was a substitute for Denmark on Thursday, he is now tied for the competition’s highest scorer.
In other matches, Portugal defeated Slovakia 1-0 away from home to increase their lead in Group J to five points thanks to a goal from Bruno Fernandes in the 43rd minute.
The crimson of the city’s famous red rose is the same color as United’s Adidas home jersey, which also has a black collar. The collar also has a touch of red and white, giving it a sleek, contemporary appearance.
Sofyan Amrabat withdrew from the Moroccan team as a precaution after the United midfielder “felt something,” according to head coach Walid Regragui of Morocco.
Amrabat was a member of the Moroccan team that competed in the Africa Cup of Nations qualification matches against Burkina Faso and Liberia. United, though, acknowledged on Friday night that the midfielder had been hurt amid reports of the injury.