• Gary Neville criticises Arsenal over major blunder in Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang transfer saga

    1 month ago - By CaughtOffside

    Manchester United legend Gary Neville has criticised Arsenal's handling of the Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang transfer saga, suggesting they've got no one else but themselves to blame for ending up in the situation they're in.
    The Gunners face losing Aubameyang on a free transfer at the end of next season as he approaches the end of his contract, and Neville says it was a mistake for the club to pay so much for him and not get him on a longer deal when he first came in.
    MORE: Mikel Arteta to take matters into his own hands in bid to keep Arsenal star
    Aubameyang has been a world class performer...
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  • Phil Foden: Man City warn midfielder over beach football pictures

    Phil Foden: Man City warn midfielder over beach football pictures

    1 month ago - By BBC

    Manchester City remind Phil Foden of his responsibilities as he is pictured appearing to break social distancing guidelines.
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  • Manchester United transfer target under pressure to keep place at Barcelona

    Manchester United transfer target under pressure to keep place at Barcelona

    1 month ago - By CaughtOffside

    Antoine Griezmann is reportedly facing a fight to impress and keep his place at Barcelona following recent transfer rumours linking him with Manchester United.
    The France international has struggled to impress in his first season at the Nou Camp and Diario Gol claim Lionel Messi could be eager for him to be sold soon if he does not improve.
    MORE: Euro giants could request Man Utd star stays on loan for another season
    One imagines Messi has a lot of influence at Barcelona, so this isn't good news for Griezmann in terms of staying at his current club, but it could be good news for Man...
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  • Real Salt Lake's Onuoha: 'I have a fear and distrust towards police'

    1 month ago - By TheScore

    Former Manchester City and Queens Park Rangers defender Nedum Onuoha said Tuesday that he never feels completely safe in the United States due to the violence against black people by police. Real Salt Lake 's Onuoha, who was born in Nigeria but raised in Manchester, spoke to BBC Radio 5 Live amid protests across the United States. The demonstrations were triggered by the death of George Floyd, who was killed May 25 after now-former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin pinned Floyd's neck to the ground with his knee for nearly nine minutes. Floyd was unarmed and pleaded that he couldn't...
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  • Manchester City respond to Manchester United's surprise Raheem Sterling transfer interest

    Manchester City respond to Manchester United's surprise Raheem Sterling transfer interest

    1 month ago - By CaughtOffside

    Manchester City have reportedly given a pretty unconcerned response to reported transfer interest in Raheem Sterling from rivals Manchester United.
    It's fair to say it would be quite a shock if Sterling swapped the Etihad Stadium for Old Trafford any time soon, but the Independent linked him as a top Man Utd target earlier this week.
    MORE: Opinion: Could Manchester United be giving up on signing Jadon Sancho?
    Still, now the Metro report that City are not worried about links with United and have no plans to allow the England international to join their rivals or indeed any other club any...
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