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MU fans worry about 2022-2023 schedule – reveal MU’s top 5 goals

19 Jun 2022 | 02:11 | LATEST POSTS

MU fans watching the new season schedule worry

MU will face Liverpool (July 12), Melbourne Victory (July 15), Crystal Palace (July 19), Aston Villa (July 23), Atletico Madrid (July 23) in July Day), July 30) and Rayo up to 6 summer friendly matches in Vallecano (July 31) to help new coach Erik Ten Hag build the team.

After that, the “Red Devils” will enter the first game of the 2022/23 Premier League season, when they will host Brighton at Old Trafford at 20:00 (Vietnam time) on July 8). .

MU fans worry about 2022-2023 schedule - reveal MU's top 5 goals
When watching the schedule of the new season, Mu fans are worried.

According to the latest BTC schedule, Manchester United will face Liverpool, Leicester City (August), Arsenal (September), Manchester City, Everton, Newcastle United, Tottenham, Chelsea and West Ham (October). This is a rather difficult schedule for the teachers and students of Coach Ten Haag.

After reading the game schedule, many Manchester United fans are worried:

  • “We won’t survive November”
  • “Scheduling sucks”
  • ‘Manchester United’s schedule is like being stuffed up in October’
  • ‘October fixtures will make or break Manchester United’s new season’
  • “One thing is for sure, we’re not going to win a game in October.”

Next season, Manchester City and Liverpool are likely to still be in contention for the title. Chelsea can disrupt the game. Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United in particular can temporarily settle for a top-four race.

The big boss of MU was stunned and did not participate, and the C1 Cup is still receiving benefits

Manchester United chief financial officer Cliff Batty has asked UEFA to reallocate Champions League revenue. So while MU is not named in next season’s competition, Mr Cliff Baty still believes that European football’s strongest body needs to be transparent about revenue and review the amount allocated to participating clubs.

MU’s “big boss” is certain that teams entering the Champions League should enjoy more bonuses than current teams. Specifically, UEFA’s revenue levels for TV rights and Champions League image promotion have been cut too far, and Mr Barty wants tournament organisers to recalculate.

MU fans worry about 2022-2023 schedule - reveal MU's top 5 goals
MU will not be able to play in the Champions League next season.

MU missed out on a Champions League ticket for next season after a dismal performance last season, outside the top four. The appearance of the new coach Ten Hager is expected to bring new vitality to the “Red Devils”. However, they will have to wait at least another year to breathe the Champions League atmosphere.

Recently, UEFA announced its revenue for the 2021-2024 season at £2.95 billion per season. Of this, £2.3bn will be allocated to 96 clubs to play from the first qualifying round and £143.7m will be allocated to the 750 clubs not entitled to play in the top flight.

Pogba close to signing 4-year contract with Juventus

According to the “Daily Mail” report, Pogba is about to return to Juventus. The French midfielder is expected to sign a four-year contract. Juventus are said to have won Pogba’s match after the “Old Lady” negotiated with the player’s lawyer Rafaela Pimente.

MU fans worry about 2022-2023 schedule - reveal MU's top 5 goals
Pogba is about to sign a four-year contract with Juventus.

After Pogba becomes a free agent, Juventus will sign Pogba for free. Not only that, but Pogba will receive an additional £3.78 million loyalty bonus from Mourinho when his contract expires on June 30.

According to The Athletic, MU has made two offers for Pogba. In both periods, wages were over £300,000 a week, up from Pogba’s £290,000 a week. In return, Pogba and his agent still shook their heads.

Revealing MU’s top 5 goals

The Daily Express (UK) has listed MU’s top 5 goals for the summer transfer market in 2022. Coach Eric Ten Hager is expected to overhaul the squad with the following 5 players. First up is Barcelona midfielder Frenkie de Jong. MU has held talks with Barcelona in the past but was unable to secure the Dutch midfielder’s signature due to price concerns.

MU fans worry about 2022-2023 schedule - reveal MU's top 5 goals
Frenkie de Jong is MU’s primary target.

Additionally, manager Eric Ten Haag has his sights set on Leipzig’s attacking midfielder Christopher Nkunku and Ajax winger Anthony. Another Ajax player, midfielder Julian Timber, is also on coach Ten Hag’s shopping list. Inter Milan right-back Denzel Dumfries is also a target of coach Ten Haag.

In addition, the Netherlands boss wants the services of Christian Eriksen, whose contract with Brentford expires on June 30.

MU pursues Porto field

According to talkSPORT, MU wants to recruit Porto midfielder Vitinha. The 22-year-old Portuguese made 30 appearances in the Portuguese league last season, scoring two goals. He excels as a left midfielder in Porto’s 4-4-1-1 or 4-3-3 formations. In addition, Vitina can play the 10 position. He is considered a potential player.

It is understood that Vitinha has a disclaimer worth 40 million euros. MU has yet to make an offer to Porto in Vitina’s case.

MU fans worry about 2022-2023 schedule - reveal MU's top 5 goals
MU wants to recruit Porto midfielder Vitina.

MU suddenly wants James Ward-Prowse

According to the Daily Star, MU is looking to recruit Southampton midfielder James Ward-Prowse. However, manager Eric Ten Haag’s side will have to battle Newcastle and West Ham for the 27-year-old England’s services. James Ward-Prowse is considered a free kick specialist in the Premier League.

MU fans worry about 2022-2023 schedule - reveal MU's top 5 goals
MU wants to recruit Southampton midfielder James Ward-Prowse.

Last season, he scored 11 goals and provided 8 assists for Southampton. James Ward-Prowse scored 14 free-kicks in the Premier League during his time at Southampton. The 27-year-old is just four goals behind David Beckham’s record.

According to The Sun, Southampton have paid £75m for the James Ward-Prowse case.

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