After overcoming Everton in their latest top-flight match, United were then pegged back by Champions League opponents Galatasaray to leave their progression hopes hanging by a thread. Alejandro Garnacho scored in both matches as the Argentine underlined his vast potential.
As the club&aposs minority takeover nears completion, Erik ten Hag and his players will now encounter another tough away game against fellow top-four contenders at St. James&apos Park on Saturday night. Here are your latest morning headlines on Saturday, December 2.
An advertising board welcoming British billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe to Manchester has been spotted ahead of his impending investment at United.
The 71-year-old INEOS founder is on the verge of securing a 25 per cent stake at the Premier League club worth 1.3billion. Confirmation of the deal anticipated in the coming weeks.
There is still no official news on when the deal will be ratified, but excitement has been building once again amid the sighting of an advert featuring Ratcliffe in the famous &aposWelcome to Manchester&apos design. Ratcliffe initially went head-to-head in the bidding with Sheikh Jassim.
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Jamie Carragher reckons an under-18 goalkeeper would never play for United again if he had made the same mistakes as Andre Onana did against Galatasaray – saying the stopper is given &apostoo much to do&apos.
Onana endured a disastrous 90 minutes in Istanbul as United drew 3-3 in their Champions League group stage match against Galatasaray. The 27-year-old twice let weak free-kicks from Hakim Ziyech beat him, palming the second one into his own net.