It’s another international break and thus, kind of a slow time when it comes to big headlines, but there’s still a whole lot of important Manchester United news items out there.
Here are links to some of the more relevant United news stories currently circulating on the internet.
Upon hearing the Zlatan Ibrahimovic transfer to Los Angeles/Major League Soccer announcement, Nemanja Matic posted a photo of the pair on his Instagram account with the caption:
“Do not forget to take your left leg with you, even if you only use right one… Good luck for you and your lovely family. We will miss you.”
That was no doubt the best and most creative goodbye Ibrahimovic received on social media from his United teammates, but what follows is a collection of some of the other good ones; starting with Marcus Rashford’s farewell message on Instagram.
You’ll be missed Lion, wish you all the best ??? @Ibra_official @ManUtd #mufc pic.twitter.com/Xx0lvEXe13
— Paul Pogba (@paulpogba) March 22, 2018
What A Guy, What A Character but What A Great Person. Good luck with your next adventure mate ?? pic.twitter.com/CoTQgUU4k3
— Ashley Young (@youngy18) March 22, 2018
Show must go on in #hollywood ? It has been an honor to know you, Genius! All the best in #usa ?? @Ibra_official #mkhitaryan #friends pic.twitter.com/W8MwzmRHZo
— Henrikh Mkhitaryan (@HenrikhMkh) March 22, 2018
New Chile coach Reinaldo Rueda has given United winger Alexis Sanchez a much needed boost in morale. The 29-year-old moved over from Arsenal in January, and since then has struggled mightily. The Chilean has just one goal in ten appearances with United, and he even found himself dropped from the FA Cup.
However, Rueda has handed Sanchez the national team’s captaincy; which must make him feel better.
“It’s a difficult transition to go from Arsenal to Manchester United,” Rueda said (transcript Manchester Evening News). “He is sad because he wants to show his level. Fortunately he arrived with a great disposition. He knows that his teammates love him and respect him.”
“In February he asked me to stay at his club, to adapt, but his passion for the team made him come here. We hope we can help him.”
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