Danny Welbeck discusses the ‘change’ at Manchester United as well as the specifics of his new hire. Casemiro’s impact

The most recent Old Trafford news and headlines surrounding Casemiro, Sergio Reguilon, and Danny Welbeck.

On Tuesday, September 19, here are the most recent Manchester United morning headlines.

Having Manchester United supporters among his friends and family in the stands at Old Trafford, according to Danny Welbeck, was “different” from his previous experiences with the team.

Welbeck scored the game’s first goal inside the first 20 minutes of play after going unmarked in the penalty area as Brighton easily defeated United in the Premier League. Welbeck graduated from the United academy before leaving the team in 2014 to join Arsenal.

Welbeck’s well-taken goal was his fourth in the Premier League against his former team, which is a record for any player who has played for United. Speaking after his team’s triumph at the illustrious stadium, he claimed that he doesn’t pay much attention to it.

Sergio Reguilon is appreciative of Casemiro, a former Real Madrid colleague, for helping him integrate into the team swiftly after joining United on loan.

Due to injuries to their two senior left-backs, Luke Shaw and Tyrell Malacia, United signed Reguilon as a fill-in on the final day of the transfer window. Spurs gave their Spanish defender a last-minute transfer to Old Trafford, where he made his debut in a 3-1 loss to Brighton.







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