Gary Neville offered a lengthy preview of how he sees Manchester United's summer transfer window playing out as the Red Devils' links with Jadon Sancho intensify Gary Neville has explained why Manchester United are likely to only make one marquee signing in the upcoming summer transfer window.The Red Devils were buoyed by the news of Edinson Cavani signing an extension on Monday afternoon, ensuring Ole Gunnar Solskjaer keeps hold of the striker for another season.
Gary Neville reveals delight after ‘absolutely sensational’ Edinson Cavani signs new Man Utd contract worth £250k a week
GARY NEVILLE has revealed his delight after ‘absolutely sensational’ Edinson Cavani penned a new Manchester United deal.The Uruguay striker, 34, has been a smash hit during his sole season at Old Trafford.🗣 "He's been absolutely sensational."@GNev2 is delighted that Manchester United have agreed to keep Edinson Cavani for another year pic.twitter.com/E1woHM27m1 — Football Daily (@footballdaily) May 10, 2021 He joined on a free transfer from Paris Saint-Germain last summer on a one-year contract.
United have been linked with Kane and Haaland, two of the best goalscorers in Europe who are reported to be looking for fresh starts this summer, but Neville believes Sancho should be the club’s priority Manchester United should sign Jadon Sancho but do not need a big-money striker like Harry Kane or Erling Braut Haaland, according to Gary Neville.
Edinson Cavani's new contract means Manchester United will NOT be signing Harry Kane or Erling Haaland, insists Gary Neville, as former Red Devils captain suggests they will move for Jadon Sancho instead and leave Mason Greenwood as back-up striker Gary Neville believes Manchester United will not sign Harry Kane or Erling Haaland this summer after 'sensational' Edinson Cavani agreed to a new deal at Old Trafford.
Manchester United have been heavily linked with a move for the Borussia Dortmund and England star Gary Neville believes Jadon Sancho could be Manchester United's main bit of transfer business this summer.Sancho was heavily linked with a move to Old Trafford last year, but United and Borussia Dortmund failed to settle on a fair price for the 21-year-old.
The former United defender believes some big names could depart Old Trafford at the end of the season.Gary Neville believes Manchester United could let three players leave the club in the summer transfer window.United are preparing for the transfer window in good shape, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side second in the Premier League and in the final of the Europa League.
Sky Sports pundit and Old Trafford legend heaps praise on Uruguayan hitman.Edinson Cavani's new one-year contract extension at Manchester United has been hailed by Old Trafford legend and Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville, who has described the Uruguayan hitman as "an absolute joy."Speaking ahead of Sky Sports' live coverage of Fulham vs. Burnley on Monday Night Football, Neville waxed lyrical about Cavani's contribution at Old Trafford since his arrival from Paris Saint-Germain.
Manchester United are in the market for a striker but Gary Neville thinks a deal for a frontman is unlikely.Manchester United legend Gary Neville does not think his former club will sign a striker this summer.Neville instead thinks Jadon Sancho will finally join the Red Devils, 12 months after the club initially wanted to sign the England international.
Neil Lennon and Derek McInnes named as contenders for English League Two job - but Scottish boss is favourite
Former Celtic manager Neil Lennon and Aberdeen’s last manager Derek McInnes are both among the names being touted for the vacant role at Salford City.Boss Gary Bowyer will leave skybet League Two to return to Derby County after the Rams narrowly avoided relegation from the Championship under Wayne Rooney.
Derek McInnes also quoted with Alex Neil the frontrunner for Ammies job.Alex Neil is favourite to take over as manager of Salford City - with Neil Lennon and Derek McInnes also among the bookies frontrunners.Salford - owned by Manchester United legends including Gary Neville, Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes - are hunting for their FIFTH manager in six months after Gary Bowyer confirmed he is returning to Derby County following his temporary spell in charge of the League 2 outfit.
'He has been an absolute joy' - Neville thrilled with Cavani's new Manchester United deal | Goal.com
Gary Neville says it is “massive news” that Edinson Cavani has signed a new deal at Manchester United.The Uruguayan was tipped to leave at the end of the season, but he has committed his future to the club for another campaign.Neville has admitted he was not convinced when the Red Devils signed Cavani last year, but was delighted to be proved wrong and feels United are a better team with the 34-year-old leading the line.
Jones in unenviable position of having to manage pundits while also keeping Sky out of legal trouble - and it has been a hectic few weeks When we look back on a dramatic few weeks for football and TV, one man will be said to have had a good war: Sky’s Dave Jones.
The 49-year-old will be heading back to Derby County after Salford fell short of the League Two play-off spots Gary Bowyer has confirmed he will be returning to Derby County following the completion of his temporary spell in charge of League Two side Salford City.The Ammies, owned by a clutch of Manchester United legends including Gary Neville, Ryan Giggs and David Beckham, saw their season end in disappointment yesterday.
The injured Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish will miss out against Manchester United - having previously been linked with a move to Old Trafford Roy Keane and Gary Neville have already told Manchester United how signing 'maverick' Jack Grealish would take them to the next level.The 25-year-old has emerged as one of the most dangerous players in the Premier League this season - scoring six goals and laying on 12 assists in 22 appearances.
An eight-time Premier League winner with two Champions League medals, the former full-back has branched out into a variety of businesses Gary Neville was a stalwart of the Manchester United team that dominated English football in the 1990s into the 2000s under the careful guidance of Sir Alex Ferguson.
Jurgen Klopp says Old Trafford protests crossed a line when they turned violent and fans clashed with police as Liverpool boss again tells pundits who whipped up fury to 'be careful and calm down'
Jurgen Klopp has spoken out about last weekend's Old Trafford protests, saying a line was crossed when the demonstration became violent.Liverpool's game with Manchester United was postponed after hundreds of United fans protesting about the club's owners stormed the stadium before a minority clashed with police.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp feels some television pundits were misguided in stoking up fans to protest against clubs as part of the opposition to the European Super League.Last weekend’s match against Manchester United at Old Trafford was postponed after a handful of the hundreds of supporters demonstrating against the ownership of the Glazer family broke into the stadium.
Manchester United progressed to the Europa League final despite a 3-2 defeat on the night in their second leg away to Roma as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer gave a rare start to Donny van de Beek.Did the Netherlands midfielder do enough to take the opportunity?"I still cannot get my head around it," Gary Neville told Sky Sports in January.