‘United is in turmoil and chaos’

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AGENCY – Former Leeds United goalkeeper Paddy Kenny says Premier League club Manchester United are still in turmoil. In a conversation with the media, Kenny said that the chaos inside United is still there.

Talking to Football Insider, Kenny said that no one wants to go to United in the ongoing transfer window. Kenny says United is surrounded by problems at the moment. He added that Cristiano Ronaldo’s intention to leave the club had exacerbated United’s problems. He says United will lose a number of goals if Ronaldo leaves the club.

“Man United are still in turmoil. They are trying to sign a lot of players. But no one is going to join United. Ronaldo is also trying to leave the club. If Ronaldo leaves the club, United will have more problems. They will lose many goals.”

Kenny said United’s problem was expected to disappear over time, but it did not. According to him, United is having a worrying time now. “We expected improvement and it hasn’t really happened yet. I think it’s a worrying time for Man United,” he said.

Despite bidding on a number of players in the ongoing transfer window, United have rarely been able to sign. United are lagging far behind other clubs in the transfer market. Many players have escaped from the hands of United.

Meanwhile, United Catalan club is trying to bring in Dutch midfielder Frankie de Jong of Barcelona. United coach Eric Ten Hague wants to reunite with the midfielder. Jong was at Dutch club Ajax before moving to Barcelona. Ten Hague was Aix’s coach at the time. They also want to bring in Ten Hag Jong because they have worked together.

Barcelona, ​​which is struggling with the economic crisis, also wants to sell Jong. But Jong is refusing to leave Barcelona. According to Gigantes, the United team has arrived in Barcelona to seduce Jong, who is refusing to leave Barcelona, ​​and to negotiate with Barcelona. The media claimed that United had sent a delegation to make Jong’s transfer a success.