Manchester United certainly haven’t been anything close to remarkable this season. If anything, the Red Devils have shown few signs of improvement under Jose Mourinho, even with the likes of Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic among their often star-studded ranks. But as Mourinho’s men now seem rather well-placed to reclaim their once untouchable position
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Kylian Mbappe is a name that most loyal football fans will likely find themselves becoming very familiar with over the next few seasons. Alongside the likes of Gabriel Jesus at Manchester City and Tottenham’s Dele Alli, this is one player who could certainly serve to set the global stage alight sooner rather than later.
Big things were expected of Bastian Schweinsteiger when the former Bayern Munich midfielder was first introduced at Old Trafford in the summer of 2015. A new and exciting chapter could have potentially awaited the 2014 World Cup winner among the English top-flight – but in the end, fate ultimately had other plans in mind.
Manchester United’s recent League Cup triumph has restored a great deal of confidence in and around Old Trafford of late. They may have had a little help from the officials to see off Claude Puel’s determined Southampton side in the end, but still – the Red Devils came away victorious when all was said and