Morning United fans
Cristiano Ronaldo ended his six-game goalless streak with a sweet strike in the 2-0 win over Brighton.
The No7 was enduring his longest goal drought for over a decade but broke duck with a fine finish from the edge of the box.
Bruno Fernandes got United’s second to finish the game off and fire the Red Devils into fourth.
On the transfer front, Manchester United and Chelsea have been told how much they should bid for West Ham star Declan Rice this summer.
Red Devils icon Teddy Sheringham believes the England midfielder has emerged as one of the best players in the Premier League.
And suitors must be ready to break the bank in the next transfer window.
Sheringham believes Rice is proving to be as good as Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard.
And with age on his side, Rice’s asking price this summer should instead be £160m.
Manchester United are likely to go for Tottenham superstar Harry Kane if Mauricio Pochettino becomes the new manager, reports suggest.
That is according to the Daily Telegraph, who report that a move for Kane is expected if United ultimately appoint Paris Saint-Germain manager Pochettino in the dugout.
And finally, Kleberson thinks Paul Pogba doesn’t suit Ralf Rangnick’s style at Man Utd.
Speaking to Paddy Power, the World Cup winner said: “When I watch Paul Pogba as a midfielder, he is not as dynamic in the press as Fred.
“Pogba is a very good player with the ball, and he is good at passing between the lines to create opportunities for the attackers, no matter where he is on the pitch, whether he’s in a low block or a high block.
“The problem for him is the style of football that Ralf Rangnick wants to play. Pressing, setting traps, that kind of stuff is quite difficult for him because it’s not his style. He prefers to have the ball at his feet.
“Sometimes, he tries to play the way the manager wants. He does get tighter to the opponents, but Manchester United have to get the ball to his feet more.
“There is a little bit of unbalance in the team. If one player doesn’t follow the structure of the team and doesn’t press, it’s hard, and it creates unbalance in the team.”