Paul Pogba has left Manchester United again this summer. Plus announcing that they want to show the club that they made a mistake.
The France international, who has been linked with a return to Juventus in the second round on a free transfer, has won the 2018 World Cup, but has only won the Europa League and Carabao Cup trophies. Only the Red Devils during his six years at Old Trafford in the second round.
only not enough In the last three years at United, Pogba has scored just eight goals in all competitions combined – a huge disappointment for Red Army fans.
However, Pogba is not the only one whose job it is to prove himself for the upcoming season.
– Dele Alli
It’s unbelievable, too, that Alli’s performance has dropped steadily over the past four years.
In his early 20s, Alli burst onto the scene in his first three years with Spurs, scoring 46 goals in all competitions despite playing in midfield.
But instead of progressing, Alli dropped the kick-off three-and-a-half years later, where he scored just 21 goals in total and led to a free transfer for Everton. in the beginning
The English star, however, showed no sign of regaining his old performance by scoring goals. blue toffee Not at all in 11 Premier League games and only started once in the second half of last season.
So next season, the 26-year-old will have to try to regain his reputation after Frank Lampard gave him a new life.
– Donny van de Beek
It has to be said that it has been immensely fortunate for Van de Beek that Manchester United have announced the appointment of Erik ten Hag as their new manager, replacing Ralph Rangnick.
That is because the Dutch star has made 110 appearances for Ten Hag’s Ajax and scored 32 goals before joining the Red Devils.
Still, under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, he made just four Premier League starts in a year-and-a-half before a failed move to Everton.
As such, Ten Hag’s transfer to the Theater of Dreams would be wonderful for Van de Beek to prove that the former Norwegian boss was wrong.
– Billy Gilmore
A loan move from Chelsea should have boosted Gilmore’s career as a footballer, but the Scotland international’s midfield has gone down even further.
After making 22 appearances for the Blues, the 21-year-old star was loaned to Norwich and he is expected to feature regularly at Carrow Road.
But no, the Stamford Bridge boycott made just 60% of the Premier League games for the Canaries before they were easily relegated without the whiskey scoring in the net.
And whether next season, Gilmour will still be with Chelsea or where he moved. He will have to prove himself in order to regain his status as a future player.
– Romelu Lukaku
It is undeniable that the move back to the Chelsea team for the second time of the black spearhead was disappointing.
The Belgian international has been high on expectations after the Londoner paid £97.5m to bring him back from Inter Milan last summer.
But in the end, Lukaku shockingly stated he was unhappy despite his 15 netting, pointing out that German manager Thomas Tuchel was not using him properly based on his strengths.
So far, Lukaku has returned to Inter on loan as he wants. And it’s his job to prove to the world that Tuchel made the mistake of not building a team centered on him.
– Marcus Rashford
There is no doubt that next season will be a very important season for the Manchester United star, whose performances have gone out to sea until they can’t return.
The 24-year-old star is honored for giving back to society by urging the government to hand out free meals to children. But his performance in the arena is completely opposite.
Out of all competitions last season, Rashford only checked the bill for five goals. And the foot is completely blind since January until the dart of the England national team in the Nations League battle.
As a result, the black striker will need to ramp up his performance in Gareth Southgate next season if he hopes to flag up the 2022 World Cup squad.
– Dean Henderson
The Manchester United goalkeeper is another one to try to perform if he hopes to be included in the England World Cup squad after joining on loan from Forest.
At the end of the 2020/21 season, he is likely to become the Reds’ number one goalkeeper in place of David de Gea and is included in the Euro 2020 squad, but had to withdraw due to injury.
All in all, he spent three full seasons on loan at Shrewsbury and Sheffield United.
Plus, last season, Henderson didn’t touch a single Premier League game apart from three cup games. And also the England national team in only one game
– Aleksandar Mitrovic
It might be better than the Championship but too bad to play in the Premier League for this Serb striker.
It is the third time in five years that Mitrovic and Fulham have gone up and down in the English top flight.
For the 2018/19 season, the 27-year-old scored 11 goals in the Premier League and that has dropped to just three in the 2020/21 season.
Last season, however, he was in top form, scoring a record 43 goals in 44 games, leading the little magnate to another promotion. And have to wait and see if next season he will fall in the Premier League as usual or not?
– Jesse Lingard
Of course, Lingard is eager to prove to United that they should give him the opportunity to play continuously as he looks for a new club.
The 29-year-old has regained his prestige during his loan spell at West Ham 18 months ago, having picked up nine goals in 16 matches to win the Player of the Year award. and Goal of the Month for April 2021
From the performance that Lingard should have regained his confidence after returning to Old Trafford last season, when he got off the bench and scored twice in September, but throughout the season he has only started four games in all competitions.
Not only that is not enough, the Red Devils refused to sell him in January, despite being approached by Spurs, Newcastle and West Ham, until he was offered a free transfer after his contract with F. Verton is the strongest to get him to reinforce the army next season.
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