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Manchester United Transfer News Roundup: Sir Alex Ferguson believes Cristiano Ronaldo should have started against Everton, Red Devils want new right back in January,  and more – 5th October 2021

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Manchester United they were not the best in the last games of this season. The Red Devils failed to return to victory against Everton on Saturday, despite that Cristiano Ronaldo comes off the bench at the beginning of the second half.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s protégés are fourth in the Premier League table, two points behind leading Chelsea.

Sir Alex Ferguson believes Cristiano Ronaldo should have started the Manchester United match against Everton. The Red Devils want a new right back in January when they will compete Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

In this regard, let’s look at the main stories of the transfer of Manchester United from October 5, 2021.


Sir Alex Ferguson believes Cristiano Ronaldo should have started against Everton

Sir Alex Ferguson believes Cristiano Ronaldo should have started for Manchester United against Everton
Sir Alex Ferguson believes Cristiano Ronaldo should have started for Manchester United against Everton

Sir Alex Ferguson believes Cristiano Ronaldo should have started for Manchester United against Everton.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer decided to rest the Portuguese against Toffees after an exhausting victory over Villarreal in the middle of the week. However, the Norwegian was left to regret his decision, although he publicly supported his verdict.

The Red Devils took the lead in the first half and although the five-time Golden Ball winner was introduced immediately after the break, he failed to make an impact.

Everton scored an equalizing point, earning a vital point at Old Trafford. As a result, Manchester United was red and Cristiano Ronaldo was visibly upset. The Portuguese even expressed his frustration by going straight off the field.

Sir Alex Ferguson shared his views on the game as he spoke with UFC star Khabib Nurmagomedov. Sky Sports.

Sir Alex Ferguson suggests that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should have started Cristiano Ronaldo against Everton “You should always start with your best players.” [@MirrorFootball] #MUFC https://t.co/7dLgZAu6s4

Legendary Manchester United manager told Khabib that Everton got the lift when they saw Cristiano Ronaldo not start the game.

The UFC star said the Portuguese entered the second half. Sir Alex then pointed out that the team’s best player must always start.

“Yes, I know … but you should always start with your best players,” Sir Alex said.

Manchester United wants a new one already in January

Manchester United wants more competition for Aaron Wan-Bissaki in the team
Manchester United wants more competition for Aaron Wan-Bissaki in the team

Manchester United plans to add a new right back to their kitten at the end of the year, 90 Min reports. The Red Devils failed in their attempt to sign Kieran Trippier this summer.

The Premier League giants want more competition from Aaron Wan-Bissaki in their squad, and Diogo Dalot has so far failed to impress.

Manchester United want to renew interest in Trippier, but will also consider alternative goals.

Scouts of the club have identified teenager Rangers Nathan Patterson as an option, while the Red Devils are also closely following Norwich City star Max Aarons.

Barcelona will fight Real Madrid for the Manchester United ace

Barcelona entered the race to sign Edinson Cavani in January
Barcelona entered the race to sign Edinson Cavani in January

Barcelona has entered the race to sign Edinson Cavani January, according to The Hard Tackle via El Nacional. The Uruguayan, whose current contract with Manchester United expires next summer, is also wanted by Real Madrid.

Cavani broke the key line at Old Trafford after the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo.

Real Madrid and Barcelona are reportedly interested in signing Edinson Cavani as soon as the January transfer window opens

Barcelona failed to sign the Uruguayan this summer, but are ready to re-launch their interests at the turn of the year.

Edited by Arjun Panchadar


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