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04 Feb 2020 23:22:19
Any chance of a list of the players activly looking to leave at some point?

mufc3

{Ed002's Note - This is the same as I have previously provided. The likes of Young (managed to get out); Smalling (move blocked by MU); Marcos Rojo (although not wanted and Fiorentina were very interested, MU blocked the move and he ended up on loan at Estudiantes; Angel Gomes wants out; Paul Pogba wants out and wants to get his career on track again with interest for this summer - else he will run his contract down; Tahith Chong desparately wants out and talking to another side; Jesse Lingard knows that Manchester United see him as potentially being surplus to requirements at Old Trafford and that the current coach is not keen on him - so, not unreasonably. there is an ad hoc agreement with Mino that allows him to look for other options for the player. Right now I am aware there have been approaches to several sides and that a couple might be open to making a formal approach, but there remains a concern that as an English player there is a high risk if he were to move to mainland Europe - so the interest could easily wane. Interest in England I am told is thin on the ground although at least two sides have been approached. I suspect the summer and decisions yet to be agreed at the club will define whether he stays or goes.}


1.) 05 Feb 2020 10:05:44
Aside from embarrassing decisions made by non-football professional businessmen, no great loss here.

Chong been given chances and not taken them - looks too light weight for PL

Gomes - must be a reason he hasn’t had more game time. Other youngsters have taken their chances

Rojo - too rash and never United quality

Smalling - decent back up, can understand why he wanted to move

Pogba- please please go, you don’t want to be at United. Please go and start your career elsewhere.

Lingard - maybe needs a fresh start elsewhere, maybe too much going on off football pitch.


2.) 05 Feb 2020 11:07:17
Gomez and Chong are dissaponted but that is based on promise not actions. On the whole I have no problem with any of that list leaving.
Creates financial room and space in the 25 to bring in new blood or move up some under 23s.
To be honest it is one of her positives Olly shoukd be praised for his strength to move players on, despite the club wanting to hold on certain circumstances.

{Ed002's Note - It is unrelated to OGS.}


3.) 05 Feb 2020 10:44:29
Won't be dissapointed with the above players leaving. The player that really should be shown the door is Phil Jones.


4.) 05 Feb 2020 18:01:08
ED02 thank you for the information. Just one thing - who s actually taking decisions? If I m not wrong some time ago you said that Woodward does not make footballing decisions. Earlier on today, when commenting about players being shipped out, you remarked that Ole is not involved in this.
So who s making these decisions?

{Ed002's Note - The club has a number of people who are responsible. Most of the supporters are not bright enough to realise that an accountant (mr Edwards) is not deciding which players to buy and sell.}


5.) 05 Feb 2020 20:18:14
Will be a shame to see Lingard go, a combination of off field issues and a coach who doesn't believe in him has probably finished his United career. Will hopefully get back on track where ever he ends up.


6.) 05 Feb 2020 22:46:11
But he is a part of the team who negotiate for players?

{Ed002's Note - Who? What do you mean?}


7.) 06 Feb 2020 10:42:26
Grim, he needs to take some personal responsibility for his own performance as well. Too easy to blame everything and everyone else, rather than the player himself.


8.) 13 Feb 2020 12:29:41
There are many factors involved probably. Every player is different, it's up to the manager how to identify how to get the best out of them.


 

 

 

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22 Jan 2020 11:23:04
Just a quick question for ed regarding Dean Henderson. Does there seem to be any plan in place to keep him and give him a chance at man utd? In my opinion he has done amazing these last 2 seasons and for me will become a top class keeper. Cheers.

mufc3

{Ed002's Note - I am not aware of any plans - certainly unless DDG leaves he won't be getting a chance at MU.}


1.) 22 Jan 2020 12:10:20
Hopefully we can improve the lads contract to keep him around and send him back on loan to Sheffield United. I'd like to see the club slowly transition him into our first team keeper.

De Gea is amazing but is reaching the end of his career, will he want to remain at the club for his whole career? If a club like PSG or Real came in for him I'd seriously listen to their offers because in Henderson we have a young, English keeper who is showing he has what it takes to be one of the best in the league.


2.) 22 Jan 2020 13:20:11
If someone came in for DDG I'd let him go, not because I don't rate him. I still think he is a top keeper, but I do wonder for how much longer he will be at that level.

For me Dean Henderson looks like the future of our goalkeeping position, DDG is the present, for how much longer who knows. I do wonder what would happen if both Henderson and DDG were to compete on an even keel, who would come out on top.


3.) 22 Jan 2020 13:24:21
De Gea is 29, for a keeper he should have another 5-6 years at the top level. Hardly the end of his career.


4.) 22 Jan 2020 12:56:03
DDG doesn’t command the six yard area let alone the 18 yd box. Great shot stopper particularly with his legs but I said last summer I would have sold him and given Henderson a chance. The money can be spent elsewhere.


5.) 22 Jan 2020 12:58:17
Why keep a player so we can use him fuether down the line. I would rather him move to a top club so he can make a name for himself.


6.) 22 Jan 2020 13:06:59
I think the club should really look to try and offload De Gea in the summer, his main attribute was shot stopping and that's rapidly going, he can’t command his area, he's weak and his distribution is awful. Time to offload and that’s assuming there are any takers.


7.) 22 Jan 2020 13:15:21
maybe I'm being a bit harsh, but would like to see him in the first team in the summer. Agree regarding his developement though.


8.) 22 Jan 2020 13:36:06
I got lashed for suggesting this in the summer.
We now have the best paid lb in the league who shouldn't be in any team
We have the best paid Keller in the world who some would be happy to move on
We have the best paid cf in the league who only truss trys on occasion and wouldn't get into most other top teams
We have the best paid cm in the league who only trys when he wants to.
Shifting these players on when they have the contracts they do will not be easy at all.


9.) 22 Jan 2020 14:50:49
I'd sell Henderson in the summer with a potential buy back clause if possible? Keep Romero as number 2 if he still wants to stay but he does have the ability to be a good number 1 somewhere else.

Henderson is in my opinion the best English keeper at the moment and should fetch a reasonable amount which could be reinvested on players we actually have a need for in the short term.


10.) 22 Jan 2020 15:00:36
Danny, in theory your right, as a keeper he should have another 5-6 years at the top.

Yet, which attributes of DDG's would you say are world class? Shot stopping? Absolutely. Commanding his area? Organising his defence? Distribution? Collecting high balls?

I think its fair to say DDG isn't world class in any of these areas. In fact would you even put him in the top ten in the world for any of those areas?

Shot stopping heavily relies on reflexes, which is the first thing a player loses as they age.

Iker Casillias was a similar keeper, was he world class still at 31? Nope. He had a dramatic fall from grace as when his shot stopping ability dropped he was a very average keeper. I fear the same might happen with DDG unless he is working very hard on developing the other areas of his game. Which if he had you would expect to have seen some improvement in them by now.

Unless DDG leaves in the next year or so I can see us stuck with a highly paid No.2 keeper in a few years time.


11.) 22 Jan 2020 15:19:11
so you’re more concerned about ddg’s play (one of our only top class players) and his merits for remaining at the club but our useless and clueless manager should maintain his position and continue to fail and make us into a laughing stock - have I got that right shaps? God help us.


12.) 22 Jan 2020 15:45:54
tombomb, In the short term I think we should stick with Ole yes. I don't see an advantage to sacking him without a clear plan/ vision moving forward otherwise we will keep making the same mistakes.

DDG is still a top class player, but one who might not remain top class for that much longer. IF a good deal was to arrive for him this summer be that from PSG, Real Madrid or whoever than yes I think the club should seriously consider accepting it.

Dean Henderson is an excellent young keeper and is already better at commanding his area, collecting high balls and organising his defence. So In the next two season I would expect Henderson and DDG to make a similar number of vital saves and silly mistakes. However, Henderson is clearly on an upward trajectory, whereas DDG will soon start to be on a downward trajectory if he isn't already. So yes moving him on for a large fee and replacing him with an improving keeper not far from his level seems like a sensible idea to be honest.


13.) 22 Jan 2020 16:25:34
Also good for regulations- homegrown, British etc.


14.) 22 Jan 2020 17:41:57
Wilder has already said that they are talking about keeping him another season. let's see how he does in the Prem for another season and then go from there. Hopefully, he pushes on and has another good season. I'd rather he got a couple of seasons under his belt before we play him behind Phil Jones.


 

 

 

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19 Dec 2018 23:32:53
Do you mean with smalling getting a new deal the club don't see us needing a new cb? Or am i reading it wrong?

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14 Nov 2018 23:27:25
Ed if i could ask, what are the clubs feelings towards rashford? Do they see him staying?

mufc3

{Ed002's Note - They seemingly want him to stay.}


 

 

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03 Nov 2018 00:02:23
Is there any interest so far in sanchez?

mufc3

{Ed002's Note - The push is for PSG to take him as a replacement for Neymar or Mbappe.}


 

 

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19 Oct 2015 13:35:12
Ok cheers, i thought he might mean that but thought i'd ask. Cheers for the reply.

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18 Oct 2015 21:18:35
First time poster so here goes,
Sorry to basically ask the same thing but does that mean you think he will probably leave in the summer?
I hope not!

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01 Jan 2020 23:31:37
Surely if they don't back him they are just waiting for him to fail and sack him. Not a great way to run a business again.

mufc3

{Ed002's Note - No, they don’t want him to fail.}


 

 

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01 Jan 2020 23:12:18
Ed if i may ask, youve mentioned a couple of times recently that a big decision will be made in the summer. Would you mind explaining further about the decision?

mufc3

{Ed002's Note - About weather to financially back OGS or not.}


 

 

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02 Dec 2018 23:36:04
Will the club be looking at any changes regarding woodward if he carries on ignoring most people/ advisors opinions?

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01 Nov 2018 23:26:25
Thanks for the reply ed, hopefully De Gea does get persuaded to stay with us.

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31 Oct 2018 23:35:58
Are united watching any potential replacments for De Gea? Or are they confident on persuading him to stay.

mufc3

{Ed002's Note - Right now the options might prove to be:
Joel Pereira (GK) - MU may opt to utilise Pereira as first choice
Jan Oblak (GK) - interest from the club will be there but the desire of the player to move may not be still
Aleksandr Maksimenko (GK) - Spartak would not be keen to sell but he has been watched on a number of occasions.
Danijel Subasic (GK) Monaco are going through changes and would like to hold on to Subasic but they know a couple of high profile sides, including MU have been looking at him.}