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Republik Of Mancunia - Mon Jun 12 10:32 PM
Manchester United have been linked with Real Madrid’s Alvaro Morata for several weeks. The player’s agent, Juanma Lopez, has revealed that the Spanish club have turned down offers from AC Milan but are considering a proposal from United. Were Milan really interested in Morata? Yes, there was regu...
Republik Of Mancunia - Sun Jun 11 11:16 PM
England manager Gareth Southgate has been a big fan of Jesse Lingard since his time with the U-21s. It’s easy to see why with displays like this in training. Good Days Training Complete ✅ @England #threelions 🦁🦁🦁 pic.twitter.com/r0ANDtDDhV — Jesse Lingard (@JesseLingard) June 11, 2017
Republik Of Mancunia - Sun Jun 11 10:18 PM
Scott writes for ESPN about what we’ll miss about Zlatan. The Mirror discusses reports from Spain that Morata is coming to United. Squawka reports on praise for Lindelof from compatriot Larsson. Football Italia claims we’re set to raise our offer for Perisic. Sign up for the RoM newsletter.
Republik Of Mancunia - Sun Jun 11 6:41 PM
Gabriel Heinze has given an interview on Argentinian television claiming that Roy Keane once knocked him unconscious in the dressing room on the back of a defeat. We lost a game and I went in the dressing room first and Roy Keane was second. I liked to go first after the game; I didn’t want …
Republik Of Mancunia - Sun Jun 11 10:30 AM
Lots of football fans regularly watch a variety of different football leagues every weekend. I’m not one of those fans. I watch every United game. I attend every home game, in every competition, and as many away games as I can get tickets for. I watch Match of Day when United win, but otherwise,...
Republik Of Mancunia - Fri Jun 9 4:35 PM
It has been confirmed by the club this afternoon that Manchester United have not extended Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s contract.
Republik Of Mancunia - Tue Jun 6 10:04 PM
Manchester United top Forbes’ Most Valuable Soccer Teams List for the first time in five years, with the club now worth £2.86bn. 1. United – £2.86bn 2. Barcelona – £2.82bn 3. Real Madrid – £2.77bn 4. Bayern Munich – £2.10bn 5. Manchester City – £1.61bn.