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Manchester United handed boost in the race to sign German International

Bayern Munich are said to have to issue the premier league giants the green light to complete a deal for defender Jerome Boateng.

The Germany International remains the subject of interest from Manchester United and the club have been a handed a boost as the Bavarians have stated they would stand in his way should he be desirous of a move away from the Bundesliga.

Boateng aroused intense speculation about his future when he hinted back in April about a possible exit from the German champions back having witnessed everything in his seven years stay at the Allianz Arena.

Jerome Boateng, 29 have just returned to action after a groin injury and the prolific star hopes to paly his 71 international match for his country against Mexico in Sunday’s group F opener in Moscow.

England is reportedly Jerome Boateng’s preferred destination and the Red Devils could capitalise on his interest in starring for a team in the premier league.

United’s manager Mourinho is reportedly on the pursuit of a top defender and Boateng is among a list which also includes Tottenham’s Toby Alderwied, Inter Milan’s Milan Skrinar and Ac Milan’s Andrea  Romagnoli

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Arsenal News: Arsenal fans mock United star following his anonymous role against Wolverhampton Wanderers

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Isn’t it shocking when your former supporters become your greatest haters? That’s is the sorry case Manchester United star Alexis Sanchez currently finds himself.

The Chilean joined the Red Devils last month following a swap deal which saw Henrikh Mkhitaryan moved to the opposite team.

Since his switch to Old Trafford, the physical-imposing striker has lost his mojo as he has failed to light up the Premier League with goals.

After 25 matches, Sanchez has scored just three goals, making him one of the less-productive summer signings in the club’s history.

The Chilean was named in the starting lineup by Mourinho for their clash with Wolves, after missing out of action against Young Boys during the week.

Sanchez’s display could be easily summed up as a display without life, spark, hungry and determination. He was a flop and had to be substituted in the 63rd minute of the game.

Arsenal fans – who once hailed him during his days at the Emirates Stadium – took to Twitter to mock him.

Here are some of the best tweets from Arsenal supporters ;

“Alexis Sanchez is a championship player, he has passed his prime,” one fan angrily tweets via his Twitter handle.

“We realize he’s not useful, we sold him to Arsenal,” another Arsenal fan admit.

“deal of the century – Alexis Sanchez to Manchester United” another fan tweeted ironically.

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Why this goal poacher must replace the botch legs of Giroud and Morata.

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Despite notching five consecutive victories and a single draw this season, Spanish forward Alvaro Morata had a diminutive share of contribution to the success of the Blues which perhaps could twist his focus to the exit door at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri is not tentative with his top 9 choice in comparison between World Cup winner, Olivier Giroud and Morata.

The two times Champions league winner started earlier above Giroud in Sarri’s pecking order but was left on the bench in a plausible 4:1 victory against Cardiff City last week.

While Morata’s stay is doubtful, Chelsea would consider making a swoop for Inter Milan’s goal poacher Mauro Icardi who

Why Icardi?

The talismanic figure of the Seria A elite has seen his team to the champions league, stamping his trust by manager Sampaoli who made the 25-year-old club captain.

He endured a wonderful spell last season with his teammates when he added 29 goals to his tally. Inclusively, the Argentine forward was the major contributor in the champions league 2:1 victory against Mauricio Pochettino’s Spurs.

Beyond being a prolific striker, the leather finisher has a Premier League character that best suits Sarri’s football.

If Chelsea decide to comb for a hitman, then they should consider a long-term target in Icardi, perhaps it will be noteworthy to break the bank to get his signature which is around £85.5 million.

Chelsea fans, do you think it will be awesome to add the Argentine to end Chelsea’s smirch in front of goal?

Feel free to comment below.

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Furious Mourinho blasts these players for their uninspiring form

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Playing in front of their former manager Alex Ferguson — who is making his return to Old Trafford for the first time after his emergency brain surgery, José Mourinho expects his men to put up a fine display against Jorge Mendes team yesterday afternoon.

That wasn’t the case for Mourinho as his players were wasteful and uninspiring throughout the game, much to the displeasure of the Portuguese manager.

Speaking after the game, Mourinho blamed his attacking players — Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku, Jesse Lingard –for the draw. According to him, the team lacked creativity in the final half of the pitch.

Mourinho was furious with his players for not being able to take their chances which could have earned them the maximum points even before the halftime break.

The former Real Madrid manager also questioned his team’s hunger for victory during the game. He admitted that his players were performing as if nothing was at stake.

Unlike the Red Devils players, Wolves didn’t create many chances during the game but they were determined to get an equalizing goal which they achieved in the second half of the game.

On Wolves’ performance, Mourinho admits Mendes’ men played like their whole lives depend on the game. He commended his former backroom staff Jorge Mendes for imposing such hunger and discipline into the Wolves team.

Alexis Sanchez, who has been poor for the Red Devils this season, was pulled out of the encounter in the 63rd minute following an anonymous display from the Chilean.

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Santi Cazorla: lack of confidence prevented Wenger from winning many Premier League titles

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Arsenal legend Santi Cazorla, who plays for Villarreal after returning from his long-term injury, has revealed the reason behind Arsene Wenger’s inability to win many Premier League trophies during his 23-year spell at the Emirates Stadium.

The former Arsenal manager stayed 13 years without winning England’s most precious trophy before he parted ways with the team last season.

The last time Wenger lay hold on the English trophy was in 2004-05 season when he led his players to an unbeaten run to the title. Since then, the Gunners have always settled for a place in the top-four teams.

In his reaction to what was responsible for Wenger’s trophy drought, the 33-year-old midfielder told football Focus that the team lacked self-confidence.

According to the Spaniard, Wenger is a great coach but he didn’t believe in himself neither does he charge his players to trust in their ability to compete with top Premier League clubs for the title.

“To believe that we were capable of competing with the big sides in the Premier League and not just settling for third or fourth.” he said.

Having said that, Cazorla further calls on the Gunners faithful to be patient with Unai Emery’s team. He charged them to support the former Sevilla boss because he has all it takes to lead the team to greatness.

“But everyone really does have to be patient,” he said.

During his six years at the Emirates Stadium, Cazorla helped the Gunners to two FA Cup glories having played more than 200 matches with the team.

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