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Manchester United Transfer News 8 Dec 2022

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Manchester United Transfer News 8 Dec 2022. After 14 games, Manchester United is fifth in the Premier League. Before the club season was interrupted for the World Cup, Erik ten Hag helped to somewhat steady the ship following a difficult start to life at Old Trafford. The Red Devils regret not signing Cody Gakpo this summer, according to journalist Dean Jones. In other places, renowned transfer expert Fabrizio Romano said that Alejandro Garnacho was a key component of Ten Hag’s ambitions.

Let’s now look at the most significant Manchester United transfer sagas from December 8, 2022. Dean Jones has stated that Cody Gakpo is one player Manchester United regrets not signing this summer. The PSV Eindhoven forward was linked to the Red Devils earlier this year, but they instead spent big on Antony. The Dutchman has become stronger this season, so their decision has come back to bite them.

Gakpo has been fantastic for the Eredivisie team this season, scoring 13 goals and dishing out 17 assists in 24 appearances across all competitions. The Dutch team advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2022 FIFA World Cup thanks to the 23-year-three old’s goals in four games. Jones stated in an interview with Give Me Sport that Manchester United had a free run at Gakpo this summer, which may not be the case in the upcoming transfer windows.

With regard to interest from big-club players, they had a pretty obvious lead at Gakpo in the summer. They obviously wish they had completed the deal in hindsight, but they are unable to do so at this time. When you told that to the clubgoers, Jones responded, “It didn’t happen, so you’ve got to go on.” According to Fabrizio Romano, Alejandro Garnacho is unquestionably part of Erik ten Hag’s intentions for Manchester United. The Argentine has recently made the first team and already has the makings of a future star.

He has gained admirers at clubs across the continent thanks to his spectacular rise at Old Trafford, notably Real Madrid. Ten Hag is extremely pleased with Garnacho’s progress. He’s performing admirably in training as well, and he’s included in current and future plans. The club wants to extend his contract as quickly as possible, and talks are still going on, according to Romano. This season, the 18-year-old has made 11 appearances for Manchester United and contributed three goals and three assists.

Ramires, a former midfielder for Chelsea, praised Casemiro, a fellow countryman. The 30-year-old recently moved to Manchester United from Real Madrid and has quickly established himself as a key player in the starting lineup. Casemiro has also had a fantastic 2022 FIFA World Cup so far, helping the Selecao get to the quarterfinals.

The most talented Brazilian now playing in the Premier League, according to Ramires, is Casemiro. It’s difficult for me to choose a standout player because so many of my Brazilian friends still compete in the Premier League; there are many young players that are right up there for me. Many players play crucial roles for their teams, but Ramires suggested that they might have different responsibilities for the national team.

The 35-year-old continued, “There are so many brilliant Brazilians in England right now, and players like Gabriel Jesus, Gabriel Martinelli, and Antony have been incredible so far this season. I feel like my back is practically up against a wall when I’m being asked to pick a standout player.” But in my opinion, Casemiro is the player who has had the biggest impact. He is reliable and a terrific asset to the Premier League as well as Manchester United. This season, Casemiro has made 18 appearances for the Red Devils, making one goal and one assist.

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