Press Red: 14th June – Di Maria, Otamendi etc… | Manchester United News

Press Red: 14th June – Di Maria, Otamendi etc…

How apt that with the Copa America up and running, Sunday’s gossip centres around South Americans.

Duncan Castles is not renowned for positive Manchester United news and his Times report about Angel Di Maria possibly leaving Old Trafford mentions a number of potential suitors, with Manchester City grabbing the headline. Nice try, won’t happen.

The Express continue with the link of Nicolas Otamendi but don’t add anything worthwhile of note.

The Mail on Sunday run with an interesting story about Everton’s John Stones supposedly interesting United.

Given David De Gea’s apparent departure is seemingly imminent, there are a surprising lack of column inches dedicated to our replacement. The Mirror remedy that with suggestions that Ajax’s Jasper Cillessen may be that man.

The Mirror also suggest that Gareth Bale has been re-assured by Rafa Benitez that he will be central to plans moving forward and as such United’s interest has ended. That’s just great, but has he re-assured him that he no longer plays top players out of position?

We have added Paul Pogba and Thomas Muller to the below list as they are big enough names and linked recently enough to be relevant at the suggest of our readers.

Our favourite story involving United over the last day however has been the one that we brought you about former Reds boss Tommy Docherty writing a letter to the grandson of the late Brian Greenhoff.

Players linked to United : Dani Alves, Hugo Lloris, Mats Hummels, Nathaniel Clyne, Gareth Bale, Morgan Schneiderlin, Nicolas Otamendi, Felipe Anderson, Petr Cech, Raheem Sterling, Ilkay Gundogan, Lorenzo Gonzalez, Bastian Schweinstiger, Harry Kane, Karim Benzema, Cristiano Ronaldo, Fernando Muslera, Asmir Begovic, David Alaba, Carlos Bacca, Arturo Vidal, Joseph Colley, Gonzalo Higuain, Radja Nainggolan, Gregory van der Wiel, Mario Mandzukic, Christian Eriksen ’89, Roberto Dourado, Roberto Firmino, Memphis Depay, Jasper Cillessen, John Stones, Paul Pogba, Thomas Muller


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  1. camballux

    RetroUnited 5_0_johnson Don’t forget to include….God, the girl next door and some clowns.

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