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Gladbach midfielder Denis Zakaria cools Arsenal, Man Utd talk

Gladbach midfielder Denis Zakaria cools Arsenal, Man Utd talk

Gladbach midfielder Denis Zakaria cools Arsenal, Man Utd talk

Gladbach midfielder Denis Zakaria cools Arsenal, Man Utd talk

Gladbach midfielder Denis Zakaria cools Arsenal, Man Utd talk

Gladbach midfielder Denis Zakaria cools Arsenal, Man Utd talk
Gladbach midfielder Denis Zakaria cools Arsenal, Man Utd talk
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Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder Denis Zakaria insists he has no preference over his next club.

The Switzerland international has been linked with the likes of Manchester United and Arsenal, though has insisted he has no plans to quit Gladbach next month.

He said, "There is no club I really want to land with.

"I want to get the most out of my career and in the end look back happily. But right now, I do not think much about the future. The situation in Gladbach is incredibly exciting and I give my all to be successful here.

"And then we'll see.

"I am happy in Gladbach and do not think about a change of club. My current goal is for me to develop as I have in the last two years."

Max Meyer ready to quit Crystal Palace

Max Meyer ready to quit Crystal Palace

Max Meyer is considering his future at Crystal Palace.

After struggling for minutes this season, the midfielder is weighing up his future, says BILD.

A return to the Bundesliga has been mooted for the former Schalke playmaker.

Meyer feels he has no future at Selhurst Park under manager Roy Hodgson, believing his style of play doesn't fit with Palace's system.

The midfielder signed for Palace eighteen months ago from S04.

Louis Saha picks out three stars Man Utd should target in January

Louis Saha picks out three stars Man Utd should target in January

Former Manchester United striker Louis Saha believes his former club should try to sign Edinson Cavani, Jadon Sancho and Samuel Umtiti.

Saha, who played for United for five years, believes United need to strengthen their squad next month and he thinks the addition of Paris Saint-German forward Cavani would push Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford to greater heights.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is light in attack having opted to allow Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez to join Inter Milan during the summer.

Martial is currently injured, which meant 18-year-old Mason Greenwood was handed his first Premier League start of the season in the win over Tottenham.

Solskjaer has hinted that he is chasing new additions in January and he told Sky Sports in October that he was open to add some experienced players.

“January is a difficult window, anyway,” he said. “But if there are players available and at the right price, I’m sure we will spend.

“There might be some experienced players who can come in and help the younger players – that might be worth the money.”

 

 

And Saha is convinced Uruguay ace Cavani – who United have been linked with in the past – would be perfect for Solskjaer.

“Manchester United are the Premier League team that need to strengthen the most in January and they should look at signing Edinson Cavani from PSG,” Saha told Bwin.

“They need to bring in players to challenge the existing players and create competition; Cavani would push Rashford and Martial and make them even better.

“Sir Alex [Ferguson] didn’t like signing players in the January transfer window but times are different now; United need to strengthen sooner rather than later.

“I would love to see Cavani join the Premier League; he would be a great signing for Manchester United.”

The former striker also believes Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho, who is understood to be a target for United, would be an ideal recruit for United, along with Barcelona’s Samuel Umtiti.

“I’d also love to see Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho or Barcelona’s Samuel Umtiti; they would both fit right into the Premier League,” added Saha.

 

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Man Utd boss Solskjaer aims sly dig at Man City ahead of derby

Man Utd boss Solskjaer aims sly dig at Man City ahead of derby

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists he is pleased Manchester United and Manchester City now have regular meetings in the Premier League, after waiting five years as a player to make his derby debut.

The two sides face each other on Saturday at the Etihad, with City 11 points ahead of United in the Premier League.

Solskjaer made his United debut in 1996 but had to wait five years before playing in his first derby and the United boss was eager to point this out.

At his pre-match press conference, he said: “At least we play every year now. It took many years for me to play my first.

“It’s changed in a way, Manchester City are a better team now than when I was playing.

“Football has changed quite a lot, you were allowed a few more proper tackles with every little angle. With everything being scrutinised now it’s more of a technical, tactical game than physical or mental.

“A derby should be played as a derby, we don’t play basketball and we’re ready if that happens.”

United had significant injury worries heading into the weekend, with Anthony Martial unable to feature against Tottenham on Wednesday due to a muscle injury as well as Paul Pogba’s long-term absence.

Asked for an update on the pair, Solskjaer said: “We hope to have Anthony definitely for part of the game – I’m not sure if he’s able to start.

“Paul probably won’t be [ready], no. As soon as possible, he’s out on the grass training, I said [he’ll be back] in 2019 so hopefully before the New Year.”

 

The post Man Utd boss Solskjaer aims sly dig at Man City ahead of derby appeared first on Football365.

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