Maguire Back To Strengthened United’s Defense

LONDON: Harry Maguire is ready to return to Manchester United, thus increasing his chances of playing with the England squad at the Qatar 2022 World Cup next month.

The United captain has been sidelined since a month ago due to a hamstring injury when the Three Lions squad drew 3-3 with Germany in the Nations League.

However, the defender is scheduled to return to full training this week after missing seven games with the team and his ‘return’ appears timely for manager Erik ten Hag after fellow defender Raphael Varane suffered a similar injury against Chelsea on Saturday. then.

In the meantime, England manager Gareth Southgate can also breathe a sigh of relief to see Maquire’s comeback in Qatar later when Varane is likely to miss action with the French team at the World Cup.

“History is not on Raphael’s side and we will all miss him. He has been at the best level of the game since I have been here. Right now, we just have to wait and see what happens with his injury and how long it takes for him to recover.

“But as a team, we will give him full support,” said teammate Christian Eriksen.

Varane’s absence hints that Maguire has a bright chance to show his ability after United were dropped in the first two games of the season and only started once in the Europa League.

He now hopes to play the remaining Premier League games before joining Southgate’s national team.

Mbappe: I Never Asked To Leave PSG

PARIS: Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) star Kylian Mbappe insists he “never asked to leave” the Qatari-owned club in January despite reports that he is looking for an exit as soon as possible.

“I’m very happy. I never asked to leave in January,” he said after PSG’s 1-0 win over Marseille while insisting he was not “directly or indirectly affected” by rumors about his future that have circulated this week.

It was the first time the France star had spoken publicly since reports said he wanted to leave the club for Spain ahead of the Champions League clash with Benfica.

The rumor was then reported by various media in France.

“I don’t understand why the story came out on the day of the match. I was as surprised as everyone else,” said Mbappe.

“People can think I’m involved, but I’m not at all.”

However, several sources confirmed that Mbappe wanted to leave PSG because it came from those close to the player.

Ronaldo Scored His 700th Goal

LIVERPOOL: Erik ten Hag hopes Cristiano Ronaldo’s 700th goal with the club in his career can spark the striker’s performance again after the Portuguese striker scored Manchester United’s 2-1 win at Everton early this morning.

The five-time Ballon d’Or winner is familiar with life on the sidelines under Ten Hag after starting just once in the Premier League this season.

Ronaldo was again placed on the bench but was given an early chance due to Anthony Martial’s injury.

The 37-year-old grabbed the chance before the end of the first half to give United the three points in an action that saw plenty of mistakes made by both teams.

“Every player needs it (confidence), even if you are the best in the world,” Ten Hag said after Ronaldo’s first Premier League goal of the season.

“I work with a lot of goalscorers and they need goals every season to get that feeling, to confirm their instincts.

“When they get some goals, it will continue and the games will be easy. That will also be the case for him.”

The Red Devils tried to bounce back after being beaten 6-3 by Manchester City last week but got off to a poor start.

In his first Premier League game since arriving from Real Madrid, Casemiro’s mistake led to the opening goal when Amadou Onana’s interception allowed Alex Iwobi to curl the ball into the corner from outside the penalty area.

Everton came into the game with the best defensive record in the league, but United equalized after 10 minutes.

Antony, who became United’s first player to score in the opening three Premier League games, finished off Martial’s fine pass.

Martial only lasted half an hour after suffering a hip injury.

It created space for Ronaldo to get in and he needed just 14 minutes to do it.

Casemiro made up for his mistake by winning the ball in the middle and passing the ball to his former Real Madrid team-mate who fired low past Jordan Pickford.

The goal increased Ronaldo’s goal tally for United to 144.

The Madrid record holder scored 450 goals for the Spanish giants while 101 for Juventus and five for Sporting Lisbon.

Klopp: Everyone Feels The Drop In Performance

Jurgen Klopp insists it would be “silly” for him to stay on at Liverpool if he had any doubts about his future at the Premier League club.

There is a little bit of pressure on the German following the Reds’ poor start to the new season with his side only picking up ten points from a possible 21.

A 3-3 draw against a brilliant Brighton on Saturday was the latest match in which Liverpool have dropped points with Klopp’s side currently sitting ninth in the standings and 11 points off leaders Arsenal.

Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp are running aground when they need to run fast just to stand still

The Liverpool boss signed a two-year contract extension in April that sees his deal run until the summer of 2026 and, despite recent results, Klopp insists he has no doubts Anfield is still the right place to be.

Klopp told Sky Germany: “I always knew that I would like to stay here. I’m still at the right place here, 100%. And if not, then you have to end it. It would be silly not to. But everybody involved doesn’t see things like that.”

A brace from Roberto Firmino and Adam Webster’s own goal had given Liverpool a 3-2 lead, after coming from two goals down, but Leandro Trossard sealed his hat-trick in the 83rd minute to snatch a point.

When asked if he was concerned about the lack of confidence amongst his players, Klopp replied: “Concerning I am not sure is the right word but we can’t ignore the fact.

“But the Ajax game (their previous match 18 days ago in which they scored an 89th-minute winner) didn’t give us any kind of rhythm.

“That’s something you usually get from these situations. With the late goal we would have taken a lot of things into the next game, but unfortunately we didn’t play and since then that feeling is pretty much gone.

“We had confident moments today – Bobby for the second goal, you could see a lot of that – but the passing game was not good.

“We passed balls all over the place, which we can only explain by saying we were not confident at that moment, because of how the game started.

“We are under pressure, we don’t ignore that, we don’t increase it every day but it is there.”

Klopp added: “If we are 100 per cent honest, it is not the first time. It is a sign that the confidence level is now not extraordinarily high.

“In our situation, if you get confidence back you want to build on it and increase it, and it was obvious that the first goal, especially, and then the second goal didn’t help in that.

“If you watch football long enough, you remember games here where we had situations years ago when we were only one goal up and it happened quite frequently that everybody was nearly having a heart attack because we were just not convincing in these moments.

“It reminded me of that a bit today. I cannot say I was 100 per cent convinced that we would not concede a goal when we were 3-2 up.

“We should defend all three goals better, no doubt about that, but in different areas, not just in the last moment.

“3-3 feels like a defeat even though it is not, and we have to fight through this.”

Forget About Fergie

Former Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez has told his former club not to dwell on Sir Alex Ferguson’s shadow over Erik ten Hag following his official arrival at Old Trafford as an adviser.

Javier Hernandez says Manchester United must overcome Sir Alex Ferguson’s absence – and let Erik ten Hag run the club his own way.

SAF was a great manager during his 26 years in charge at Old Trafford, with Mexican striker Hernandez playing a key role in the 2011 and 2013 title-winning seasons.

The impossible task of replacing Ferguson has seen David Moyes, Louis van Gaal, Jose Mourinho and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer come and go.

The new incumbent Ten Hag hit the headlines after a difficult summer of signings followed by an opening day home defeat to Brighton.

Ferguson is part of United’s new advisory body advising the club alongside former CEO David Gill, former captain Bryan Robson and director of football John Murtough.

LA Galaxy’s Hernandez, 34, says the Ten Hag should not have enough of Ferguson’s shadow to lift United.

“To replace such a person is not easy. It’s like winning the lottery. Do you think whoever you hire after that will be able to do 80 percent of what Ferguson did?”

“My view is that after Ferguson, the new manager and these guys will definitely get a lot of pressure. This will cause it to fail,” said Hernandez.

“United now have to forget the fact that Sir Alex Ferguson has left. Do we want to have someone similar? Yes, yes, yes. But Sir Alex has gone and it will never be the same.”

“So United have to adapt and allow the next manager to do it his way.”

Hernandez scored 59 goals in 159 appearances at Old Trafford and spoke passionately about his club’s downfall.

“The other difficulty is that United are not in the Champions League, so some players will not come to join United.”

“Of course, some players will always want to come to Manchester United. But the others will not come because they are not in the Champions League.”

“If another club can offer the Champions League then who do you choose? You choose the best club for your career. It was very difficult.”

“United are now in the same process as Liverpool when I was in England. Liverpool are Liverpool – but they are still fighting until they get a manager who can get rid of players who are not good enough for the team.”

“There was a time when Liverpool were not in the Champions League for almost four years? That’s a process. United is now a little lower than before. But I hope, with every manager, they start to rise,” said Hernandez, who will captain the MLS All Stars against their counterparts from Mexico’s Liga MX in Minneapolis on Wednesday.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s transfer issue has dragged on throughout the summer at United, with the Portuguese’s future still unclear. Ronaldo, 37, wants to play Champions League football and was on the bench before coming on as a substitute against Brighton.

On his former Real Madrid team-mate, Hernandez added: ‘There is no right or wrong choice. If there was a formula, a simple formula, we would all have the same experience in life and we wouldn’t all have our own path. Time will tell what it is – right or wrong? Will this be good? We will see. That’s the beauty of it. The uncertainty of life. We will see. What if he stays and scores 40 goals?”

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