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Man Utd Transfer Options To Replace “well Short” Quartet Roy Keane Insists Are Lacking

After Manchester United Dramatic 3-2 loss arsenalformer old trafford favorite Roy Keane Pick out four players who underperformed for the Red Devils against the Gunners.

Eddie Nketiah late late winner Enough to stop United leaving the Emirates Stadium with the trophy.Sunday’s comeback ended United’s six-match unbeaten run and fueled hopes of a turnaround Eric Ten Witches.

But Keane insists the loss to Arsenal reminds us that United have a lot of problems – and some players are still not up to the. He told Sky Sports: “I think the last few days have been tough. Lost points in the last minute [Crystal] palace and today’s failure. So yeah, that’s what the game does to you.

“United weren’t at their best but you think they could have held out until the draw, got a point and moved on, but it was back to where United had progressed. But after the game, [Luke] Shaw is still a left-back – the question mark on him – [Aaron] Wan-Bissaka, Fred returned to midfield. [Scott] McTominay… as if United haven’t gotten over their past problems. “

With the January transfer window still open, mirror football Find out who could replace those four if United follow Keane’s advice over the next few days…

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Luke Shaw slammed by Roy Keane after game but has impressed since World Cup
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Keane may have a little bit about Luke Shaw In the past, but the United man has been in encouraging form over the past few weeks. Shaw, 27, attracted attention both in his regular left-back role and as an emergency centre-back after the World Cup when Manchester United were exposed by the virus.

United are unlikely to enter the market for another full-back option this month, given that Ten Hager, who signed Tyrrell Malacia from Feyenoord last summer, competes with Shaw for the left-back spot.

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Aaron Wan-Bissaka also struggled against Arsenal at the weekend
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Aaron Wan-Bissaka Originally expected to leave Old Trafford this month, but it looks like the former crystal palace The man has returned to Manchester United’s plans. The long-term future of Wan-Bissaka, 25, who was responsible for Arsenal’s opening goal on Sunday, is not guaranteed; even if United are now willing to keep him, a large bid could change that stance.

but Diogo Dalot Is the club’s first-choice right-back and that is unlikely to change anytime soon. If United still plan ahead and are willing to add to their right-back options for the right price, they could do worse than join Arsenal in contention for highly-rated Real Valladolid prospect Ivan Fresneda.

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Scott McTominay and Fred have been criticized by Roy Keane in the past
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While Shaw and Dalot are likely to receive probation this month, for Scott McTominay and fred – Although Manchester United have made it clear that they are not willing to sell the former because of the new castle.

It is well known that Ten Hag still plans to overhaul Manchester United’s midfield, and the Dutchman is likely to continue to search for reinforcements in the summer, when the likes of Jude Bellingham and Declan Rice It can be put on the agenda. If Ten Hag do decide to make a move in January, United will be making purchases in a much smaller market given their lack of available funds.

leicester organizer Uri Thielemans Can be sold for a low price with only six months remaining on his deal Juventus United States midfielder Weston McKennie is also likely to feature this month despite his stellar performances at the World Cup.

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