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Man Utd could have saved millions this summer if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was ‘patient’

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Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was told that he could have saved United millions of pounds this summer – if he had been more patient with former striker Romelu Lukaku. Lukaku endured a tough spell at Old Trafford and ended up leaving just two years into the five-year deal he agreed with United in the summer of 2017.

The Belgian managed 42 goals in 96 appearances for United but was often criticised during his time in Manchester.

But Lukaku thrived after sealing a £74million transfer to Inter Milan.

The 28-year-old revived his career during a productive spell in Italy, re-establishing himself as one of the most deadly strikers in the world with his goal-scoring exploits in Serie A.

That form persuaded Chelsea to give Lukaku another crack at being the main man at Stamford Bridge – with the Blues sanctioning a club-record £97.5m deal to recapture the Belgian this summer.

JUST IN: Rio Ferdinand pinpoints reason Romelu Lukaku failed at Man Utd

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer may have been able to save plenty of money this summer if he hadn’t sold Lukaku (Image: GETTY)

His impressive start to life back in London, netting four goals in six games, has led to Sky Sports pundit Joleon Lescott claiming that United could have had the same player had they shown more patience with the ex-Inter striker.

“I think United would’ve got this product [Lukaku] if they were patient with Lukaku, I don’t think he’s gone away and improved that much to come back and prove a point,” Lescott revealed on BT Sport ahead of Chelsea’s clash with Manchester City.

Former United defender Rio Ferdinand also gave his take on Lukaku’s spell at United.

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Lukaku failed to find his best form at Man Utd (Image: GETTY)

“Sometimes it’s about the club fitting the player and the player fitting that club at the right time.

“A lot of that is about timing, I think the timing wasn’t right for him at Man United. The stability they have now wasn’t there when he was there, I just don’t think it didn’t work at the time.

“If it was now it would be very different, I think he’d be doing what he’s doing here.”

It’s been well-documented that United were in the market for an elite striker this summer – and they finally got their man by splashing out on a deal to recapture Red Devils icon, Cristiano Ronaldo.

Borussia Dortmund goal-machine Erling Haaland had previously been earmarked by Solskjaer as the world-class forward capable of taking United to another level.

But Dortmund’s excessive wage demands scuppered any move for the Norwegian this summer – although that could change next summer.

There is still every chance that Solskjaer will still pursue Haaland next summer to play him alongside the Portuguese icon as he bids to steer United back to domestic dominance.

Luke Shaw injury scare as Man Utd star hobbles off against Aston Villa

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Manchester United have been dealt an injury nightmare after Luke Shaw and Harry Maguire were forced off in their Premier League clash with Aston Villa on Saturday. Shaw was replaced by Diogo Dalot just after the half-hour mark, while Maguire made way for Victor Lindelof in the second period. 

United suffered a miserable day at Old Trafford as they eventually lost the match 1-0 after Kortney Hause struck in the closing stages for the visitors before Bruno Fernandes missed a stoppage-time penalty.

Shaw went down after 26 minutes but continued for another six minutes before being replaced. He had struggled in the early part of the game and looked off the pace as he was exposed by Villa right-back Matty Cash. 

The United defender had been caught high up the pitch as Matt Targett should have given the visitors the lead in the 17th minute but blazed over from close range.

And Shaw was then booked for a challenge on Cash as he continued to be given the runaround. 

Maguire, meanwhile, received treatment from the United physio 10 minutes into the second half as his side looked for a breakthrough with the match evenly balanced at 0-0.

READ MORE: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer lays into Jurgen Klopp for Man Utd change

Manchester United were forced to bring Luke Shaw off in the first half against Aston Villa (Image: GETTY)

The captain carried on playing and was then denied a penalty as he was felled in the box. But he was eventually replaced after 66 minutes.

United looked shaky at the back in the first period and could have gone behind when David De Gea failed to deal with a heavy back pass from Maguire.

The Spanish keeper panicked and cleared the ball straight to Ollie Watkins but instantly redeemed himself with a fine save.

Man Utd have struggled at the back in recent seasons and their defensive problems don’t appear to be getting any better this season.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have staggeringly kept just one clean sheet in their last 16 games.  

And they may now be forced to line up without Shaw and Maguire if their injuries keep them on the sidelines for an extended period of time.

Manchester United defender Luke Shaw was forced off against Aston Villa (Image: EXPRESS)

And his form last season even led former Tottenham midfielder Jamie O’Hara to label him as one of the best left-backs in the world.

“He had a great season at Manchester United and he looks fit,” O’Hara said.

“He came back from a terrible injury – it’s not easy to come back from that.

“He put on a little bit of weight. Jose Mourinho didn’t play him and wasn’t really having him.

“He’s been outstanding and he’s stayed fit. But his performances, you’ve got to have a look at it and go ‘at the moment and based on form he’s one of the best left-backs in the world’.”

Man Utd injury nightmare as Luke Shaw and Harry Maguire hobble off vs Aston Villa

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Manchester United have been dealt an injury nightmare after Luke Shaw and Harry Maguire were forced off in their Premier League clash with Aston Villa on Saturday. Shaw was replaced by Diogo Dalot just after the half-hour mark, while Maguire made way for Victor Lindelof in the second period. 

United suffered a miserable day at Old Trafford as they eventually lost the match 1-0 after Kortney Hause struck in the closing stages for the visitors before Bruno Fernandes missed a stoppage-time penalty.

Shaw went down after 26 minutes but continued for another six minutes before being replaced. He had struggled in the early part of the game and looked off the pace as he was exposed by Villa right-back Matty Cash. 

The United defender had been caught high up the pitch as Matt Targett should have given the visitors the lead in the 17th minute but blazed over from close range.

And Shaw was then booked for a challenge on Cash as he continued to be given the runaround. 

Maguire, meanwhile, received treatment from the United physio 10 minutes into the second half as his side looked for a breakthrough with the match evenly balanced at 0-0.

READ MORE: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer lays into Jurgen Klopp for Man Utd change

Manchester United were forced to bring Luke Shaw off in the first half against Aston Villa (Image: GETTY)

The captain carried on playing and was then denied a penalty as he was felled in the box. But he was eventually replaced after 66 minutes.

United looked shaky at the back in the first period and could have gone behind when David De Gea failed to deal with a heavy back pass from Maguire.

The Spanish keeper panicked and cleared the ball straight to Ollie Watkins but instantly redeemed himself with a fine save.

Man Utd have struggled at the back in recent seasons and their defensive problems don’t appear to be getting any better this season.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have staggeringly kept just one clean sheet in their last 16 games.  

And they may now be forced to line up without Shaw and Maguire if their injuries keep them on the sidelines for an extended period of time.

Manchester United defender Luke Shaw was forced off against Aston Villa (Image: EXPRESS)

And his form last season even led former Tottenham midfielder Jamie O’Hara to label him as one of the best left-backs in the world.

“He had a great season at Manchester United and he looks fit,” O’Hara said.

“He came back from a terrible injury – it’s not easy to come back from that.

“He put on a little bit of weight. Jose Mourinho didn’t play him and wasn’t really having him.

“He’s been outstanding and he’s stayed fit. But his performances, you’ve got to have a look at it and go ‘at the moment and based on form he’s one of the best left-backs in the world’.”

Is Arsenal vs Tottenham on TV today? Kick-off time, channel and how to watch Premier League fixture

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All you need to know about the Premier League clash

Arsenal look to find another win in the Premier League

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Arsenal’s Mikel Arteta will be hoping his players come good on Sunday as they face Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League.

The Gunners have revived their league campaign with two successive wins but face a tough opponent in rivals Spurs. One player Arteta will want to shine is Thomas Partey, who was taken off just under an hour into their Carabao Cup win over AFC Wimbledon.

The star has been carrying an ankle injury and fans were worried about the midfielder. However, Arteta gave an update and said: “He hasn’t played a lot of minutes since he’s been injured. We believe the rhythm of matches is nothing like any training session. I think it was very beneficial for him.

“We didn’t think so [it was a risk to play him] and that’s why we made the decision to play him – but it’s always a risk when you play a match or have a training session at the intensity that we train. We believe it was the right thing to do and he was really pushing for it, so I think it worked out well.”

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the match.

When is it?

The match will kick off at 4.30pm on Sunday, 26 September at the Emirates Stadium.

Where can I watch?

The fixture will be shown on Sky Sports and customers will also be able to stream the game on the app and website.

If you aren’t a Sky customer you can grab a NOWTV Day Pass here to watch without a subscription. We may earn commission from some of the links in this article, but we never allow this to influence our content.

Team news

For Arsenal, Kieran Tierney is in doubt though should start regardless, while Granit Xhaka is set to return from a three-game ban in the north London derby.

And for Tottenham, Ryan Sessegnon and Lucas Moura remain out with injuries and Steven Bergwijn is unlikely to feature due to an ankle problem.

Predicted line-ups

Arsenal: Ramsdale; Tomiyasu, White, Gabriel, Tierney; Partey, Xhaka; Saka, Odegaard, Smith Rowe; Aubameyang

Tottenham: Lloris; Royal, Romero, Dier, Reguilon; Hojberg, Skipp, Alli; Son, Kane, Lo Celso

Odds

Arsenal – 6/5

Draw – 11/5

Tottenham – 23/10

Prediction

Arsenal may have winning momentum heading into the match but their rivals will outclass them, especially if they come out with as much vigour as they did in the first half against Chelsea. Arteta has bounced back this season only against bottom-half clubs and will see the Gunners still aren’t living up to their ‘Big Six’ reputation. Arsenal 1-3 Tottenham.

Steve Bruce knows Newcastle have to start finishing their chances

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The Magpies are still waiting for their first win of the Premier League campaign.

Steve Bruce believes Newcastle have to be more clinical (Barrington Coombs/PA)

Steve Bruce believes Newcastle have to be more clinical (Barrington Coombs/PA)

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Steve Bruce believes Newcastle have to be more clinical after Watford denied the Magpies their first win of the Premier League season.

Newcastle, who entered the game with just two points, went into a 24th-minute lead at Vicarage Road through Sean Longstaff’s curled 20-yard strike.

However, Watford levelled the contest when Ismaila Sarr found himself unmarked to nod home at the far post in the 72nd minute.

The Hornets thought they had a winner three minutes from time when Joshua King slotted the ball past goalkeeper Karl Darlow but VAR ruled the goal out for offside.

“I think there’s a frustration amongst the dressing room (at the lack of victories), because we know if you aren’t creating chances and there’s no way through it – but we are creating chances, the hard part of the game we’re doing, we know we’re a threat,” Bruce said.

“We’ve got to be a bit more clinical that’s for sure but in terms of how we played, we’ve done enough to win three games in my opinion.”

Longstaff’s goal was his first of the season, a well-taken curled strike from distance, and he earned praise from Bruce.

He said: “I have to say he’s played very very well which I’m delighted to see. So long may it continue.

“I’m really pleased with Sean at the moment, he’s playing exceptionally well, as good as he’s played since I’ve been at the club so I’m delighted.”

Watford forward King likened the end of the match to a basketball game with both sides pushing for a winner.

“It felt like a basketball game at the end,” King told the club website.

“Forward and back, back and forth. But if I’m being honest a point is fair. We weren’t good enough [in the first half], they were better than us.

“We started the game unbelievably with chances, getting corners but then we let ourselves off.

“I thought we were the best in the second half. When we got that goal it lifted us, the stadium and from then on it was mostly us despite some counters from them.”

Andros Townsend loves life at Everton and predicts their progress will continue

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Andros Townsend admits he is “loving it” at Everton and has stressed there is “so much more to come” from them after their good start to the season.

The 30-year-old winger netted his fourth goal in all competitions since his July move to the club as he opened the scoring with a 29th-minute penalty in Saturday’s 2-0 home win over Norwich.

The victory, in which Abdoulaye Doucoure slotted home the second in the 77th minute, made it 13 points from six games so far this term for the Toffees, who are fifth in the Premier League, a point behind leaders Liverpool.

Townsend, signed on a free transfer after leaving Crystal Palace said in quotes on Everton’s official website: “You can see I’m loving it here.

“I’m loving fighting it out at the right end of the table, scoring goals, getting assists (three in all competitions so far). I just need to keep working hard and long may this continue.”

Townsend coolly converted the spot-kick – awarded following Ozan Kabak’s challenge on Allan – past his former Newcastle team-mate Tim Krul who had a few words with him beforehand.

“It’s just mind games,” Townsend said. “I played with him at Newcastle, so he knows where I like to put my penalties. But I just remained focused, picked my spot and, thankfully, I managed to get the better of him on this occasion.”

Speaking about Townsend, holder of 13 England caps, in his post-match press conference, Everton boss Rafael Benitez said: “I knew Andros from my time at Newcastle and I kept a relationship with him.

“I was surprised such a good player and professional was available. As soon as we could do something, I was in contact and he was very keen to come.

“He had a couple of offers but he decided to come here, and it’s just a confirmation of what I was expecting – a player who can make the difference with his assists, his crosses, and also scoring goals now.”

Having brought Benitez in as successor to Carlo Ancelotti in June, Everton have gone on to win their first three home games of a season for the first time since 1989.

Saturday’s result was achieved with several players still unavailable due to injury, including forward pair Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Richarlison.

Townsend said: “We knew we had to step up – myself, Dimi (Demarai Gray), Sal (Salomon Rondon) and Alex (Iwobi) – while the two talismen are out injured and, thankfully, so far we’ve managed to do that.

“We have to keep chipping in until we get them back, then really take stock and see how good a season we could have.

“There’s so much more to come from us. Seeing our position in the table gives us confidence but until you’ve played everyone once, you can’t really look at it too much.”

Rock-bottom Norwich, promoted as Championship title-winners last term, are yet to claim a point this season, losing to Liverpool, Manchester City, Leicester, Arsenal and Watford prior to Saturday’s contest.

The Canaries’ push for an equaliser at 1-0 down saw Mathias Normann bring two decent saves out of Jordan Pickford and Ben Gibson just fail to connect with a header from a good position.

Boss Daniel Farke – who claimed the penalty decision was incorrect, and that Everton’s Lucas Digne should have been given a second yellow card for a handball – said: “When I see such a performance, such unity and commitment, if you can maintain this and not let the negativity come in, then we have a great chance of securing points pretty soon.

“We definitely have the players to achieve our targets, I am 100 per cent convinced of this group. It is just important we find our momentum quicker than later. We will keep going.”

‘Should no longer play’ Man Utd fans disappointed as star plays poorly vs Aston Villa

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Man United fans were less than impressed with Fred, who dropped a poor outing vs Aston Villa yesterday.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Red Devils were jolted back down to earth yesterday, losing late to a spirited Aston Villa.

It was a game in which United controlled proceedings, though they never really looked like creating enough decent chances to score a goal. In the end, their lack of quality would come back to haunt them, with Hause grabbing the only goal of the game.

Fixtures like these where teams come to Old Trafford and sit back are dependent on the midfield. It’s up to the United players in there to control the play, keep the ball moving quickly and carve out those chances.

Not one of Scott McTominay, Bruno Fernandes nor Fred did that. It was the latter who’d struggle in particular.

The Brazilian misplaced way too many tackles, committed himself too early defensively and in large parts, he was nothing but a bystander. The number 17 struggled to have any sort of positive influence on the game – and this wasn’t the first time we’ve said that over the last few years.

He’s one of those guys that are either great or poor. Sadly, there’s no in-between and the lack of quality on the day was probably the main reason why United lost. Surely it’s time to give Donny van de Beek his chance to start with regularity and see what he can do? Surely the Dutchman can’t do any worse…?

As you’d imagine, United fans would express their disappointment all over Twitter, as the midfield star plays super-poorly against Aston Villa yesterday.

Check out the fan reaction to a poor Fred display vs Aston Villa here:

Fred should no longer play for #MUFC and should be transfer listed – the #PremierLeague Pace is Too Much for Him he Can’t Cope – he would do Well in Serie A or Summat – they nice guys these at the club but they ain’t good enough to play for #ManUtd simple as

— KSN (@Kulz83) September 26, 2021

I’ve been saying it since the beginning of the season, Shaw & Maguire have looked off form and unfit but loosing them yesterday would affect our rhythm. Fred is terribly off form & Mctominay is not fully fit yet. #MUFC

— King Cantona 🔰 (@KingCantona21) September 26, 2021

Time to trust donny over Fred, take pressure of mace and let sancho flourish #mufc

— Lloydy (@Lloydy89vii) September 26, 2021

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Two injuries confirmed, Man Utd sweating on fitness of key duo ahead of Villareal game Wednesday

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Luke Shaw and Harry Maguire have both emerged as injury problems for Man United.

Manchester United would succumb to a late defeat against Aston Villa yesterday. Edinson Cavani would lose his man at the front post, with Hause heading home to send Old Trafford into disappointment.

The game itself was a pretty poor one. United only carved out a few chances which, in this team, simply isn’t good enough. Our misery was compounded by a couple of injury issues, too.

In his post-match press conference, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would confirm two injuries; Luke Shaw and Harry Maguire. Both had to be subbed off due to their issues. Now, United are sweating on the fitness of the key duo ahead of our game vs Villareal on Wednesday.

Solskjaer sadly couldn’t offer much of an update as the injuries are still fresh:

“Sorry, I can’t give you any updates,” the boss told the media, including ManUtd.com.

“We will have to use today and tomorrow and Monday, or when we get the scans done, and see how they are.”

It goes without saying, these are two vital cogs of our defence and missing them for any prolonged period would be nothing short of disaster.

For Maguire, it looked like a leg problem while Shaw was grabbing at his ankle. The latter tried to play on but eventually had to be subbed off in the 35-minute.

United’s quick turnaround for the Villareal game this Wednesday leaves me doubtful that either of these boys will be ready to play – which is a massive blow.

Obviously, after losing last time out, this game pretty much becomes a must-win for Solskjaer and United. That task has been made all-the-harder as we’re without two vital faces.

Hopefully, the situations aren’t long-term. The last thing United need is to be missing either of these guys for a period of weeks. However, I do have faith in the likes of Victor Lindelof and Alex Telles to step in and do a reliable job as backups over a short timeframe.

Get well soon, lads!

Who would you like to see come into the team to replace these guys? Let us know your thoughts in the comment box below.

Player Ratings: Man Utd slump to loss vs Aston Villa, Fred struggles, De Gea decent

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David de Gea – Made some smart saves to deny Villa, particularly in that first 45. 6/10

Aaron Wan-Bissaka – Solid enough defensively but lacked any real attacking potency. 5/10

Raphael Varane – Cruised through the game as per usual. Didn’t make any mistakes and tried to pass it forward. 7/10

Harry Maguire – Played a couple of sloppy passes, including one to De Gea that offered Villa a massive chance. Subbed off with injury 5/10

Luke Shaw – Looked a threat down the left-hand side but unfortunately had to go off injured in the first half. 5/10

Scott McTominay – Put a shift in, but struggled to deal with Villa’s combative midfield. 5/10

Fred – Struggled. Look a step below the level required. Too many dodgy passes and couldn’t find that killer ball to break the lines. 4/10

Bruno Fernandes – Outside of one killer ball to Greenwood, it was an ordinary performance from our midfield maestro. Let’s not even talk about the penalty… 4/10

Paul Pogba – Was involved in a few nice moves and made some great runs forward, but that was about it. 5/10

Mason Greenwood – Comfortably United’s biggest threat. It was his movement and directness that gave Villa problems. 6/10

Cristiano Ronaldo – Quiet, though the lack of service didn’t help whatsoever. 5/10

Subs:

Diogo Dalot – An enforced change. The Portugal man did ok.

Victor Lindelof – Solid enough.

Edinson Cavani – Didn’t have enough time to get into it.

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    Manchester United beaten by Aston Villa at the death as Bruno Fernandes misses late penalty 

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    Bruno Fernandes apologises for stoppage-time penalty miss against Aston Villa and promises Manchester United fans he will be ‘ready next time’

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    Fernandes misses last-gasp penalty as Villa stun Man United

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    Aston Villa’s Kortney Hause wins it as Manchester United blow penalty

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    Manchester United 0-1 Aston Villa highlights and reaction as Bruno Fernandes misses penalty after Hause goal

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    Cristiano Ronaldo ‘eyeing coaching role at Manchester United once he hangs up his boots at Old Trafford’… which could see him involved in his own son’s development!

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    Cristiano Ronaldo makes public demand of Man Utd teammates after Aston Villa defeat

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    Michael Owen makes Premier League title prediction after Man Utd and Chelsea defeats

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    EFL chairman Rick Parry wants Government to demand up to £750m from Premier League to bridge financial gulf

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      The boss reiterates his faith in Fernandes, as our no.18 posts a message to fans about his penalty miss.

    • David: We need to win games like this article

      Our no.1 was frustrated following Saturday’s late loss to Aston Villa.

    • Shaw and Maguire forced off against Villa article

      Luke Shaw and Harry Maguire were both substituted through injury in Saturday’s clash with Villa.

    • Ole: Our final-third decisions cost us article

      The manager pinpoints a key factor in United’s Premier League loss to Aston Villa.

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