OWEN - MAN UNITED SHOULD PLAY OR SELL POGBA

Former Liverpool and Manchester United forward Michael Owen thinks Manchester United should either play Paul Pogba or sell the star player this summer.


The world cup winner has started only two of Man United's last seven games in all competitions this season, and he is stuck behind the likes of Scott McTominay and Fred in the pecking order under United Coach. Pogba started this season's campaign as the first choice in the midfield. Still, his match performances against Tottenham and Crystal Palace were well below his level, with Ole Soksjaer, the United coach claiming it was an aftereffect of his period out with Coronavirus.

OWEN DELIVERS VERDICT ON CAVANI

Premier League legend Michael Owen has delivered his verdict on the signing of veteran striker EdinsonCavani at former club Manchester United. Uruguayan international Cavani was one of four new players signed by the Red Devils on the deadline day of the transfer window this summer.


Apart from EdinsonCavani, Manchester United signed Brazilian left-back Alex Telles from FC Porto of Portugal for a reported fee of €15m and the young forward duo of Amad Diallo and Facundo Pellestri. Amad Diallo has completed his transfer to Manchester United from Serie A team Atalanta but he won't join up with his teammates until January. On his part, Uruguayan Pellestri left Penarol FC of Uruguay to sign for the Red Devils.

Owen: Cavani is World Beater

The former star of England national football team Michel Owen has got positive signs from the type of game new signing Edinson Cavani displayed. He believes that Cavani is going to be the star of the club and will score goals for the club to bring victories.

Though the Uruguayan couldn’t help his team to win the match against Chelsea and produced a 0-0 draw for the team, his inclusion gave the team some positive vibes which the former Manchester United star noticed very well.

Liverpool’s Victory Denied by VAR

All the football lovers were staring at the match between Liverpool FC and Everton in the English Premier League on 17th October. Since the match was very crucial for both the teams to get forward in the points table, both the teams started cautiously. But Liverpool lost their victory against Everton was denied by the new age Video Assistant Referee technology.

The brilliant effort towards the end of the match from Jordan Henderson was denied by the referee as they found something unfair in the goal. After this draw, the defending champions remained at the same position where they were before this match. They strongly wanted to beat Everton but failed to do so. Thus Everton remained at the top of the table with a 3 points lead from Liverpool FC.

Michael Owen does not expect big spending at Liverpool

Michael Owen believes that Liverpool will not invest much in the upcoming transfer window. Liverpool won the Premier League titlewith games to spare and they were presented the trophy in their last home match against Chelsea. They have previously won the Champions League title as well as the Club World Cup under Klopp.

The club has been linked with various transfer moves even before the transfer window has opened. One of the leading interest of Liverpool is Bayern Munich midfielder,Thiago Alcantara. Owen thinks that Reds boss will not be interested in bringing in more players in this transfer window and will certainly minimalise the transactions this year. He has also predicted that the club will make one high profile transfer.

Michael Owen predicts the winners in recent Premier League matches

The former footballer Michael Owen has made predictions on the matches for Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, and Arsenal. He is sure that Liverpool will be finishing off the season with more records and he has predicted Arsenal will be defeated by Liverpool for 2–1. But with Arsenal has won the game for the same score. It seems like City’s 100 points record will not be broken in the current season.


Owen was sure that Gunners will be giving a good fight against Reds but he was confident that his former club would be finishing up things on a positive note. Meanwhile, Mikel Arteta's team was heading confidently to the European league but with the draw from Leicester City and the loss to Tottenham Hotspur has diminished their chances.

Manchester United should focus on bringingGrealish, says Michael Owen

Former English footballer Michael Owen said that Manchester United should be focusing on signing Jack Grealish and selling Paul Pogba. He believes that Grealish can be the best replacement for Pogba in United.
Jack Grealish has delivered a good performance for Aston Villa and with him being the captain of the team he has led them well too. But this all ceased when all the activities were suspended due toCOVID 19 pandemic. With his performance for the team, he has attracted many clubs who are ready to sign him.

Owen raves about Chelsea’s potential summer signing

Liverpool legend Michael Owen has praised Timo Werner ahead of his proposed move to Chelsea during the summer transfer window. The Germany international has been in stupendous form for RB Leipzig this term and he has bagged of 31 goals and 13 assists from just 42 appearances across all competitions.

He was originally fancied to make the move to Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool but the club have decided against making a bid amid the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic. As a result, the Blues have been offered a clear route to sign the former Stuttgart graduate and they are set to trigger the £53m release clause in his contract.

Michael Owen Recalls Inability to Make a Liverpool Return

Michael Owen speaks about how he wished to return to Liverpool but couldn’t return. In the contract with Newcastle United, there were many clauses which would have helped him to transfer to Liverpool.

ON THIS DAY: REMEMBERING OWEN VS ARSENAL

On this day May 12, 2001 Liverpool blew past rivals Arsenal in the FA Cup final courtesy of brilliance by Michael Owen. It ended with the Kop lifting their sixth FA Cup title over a strong Gunners’ team.
Arsene Wenger’s boys started well with winger Freddie Ljungberg’s goal seeming enough to seal it but Owen grabbed a brace late in the game. He scored the first goal seven minutes from regular time and then the second by lifting the ball over Patrik Berger before going on to beat legendary goalkeeper David Seaman with his left footed effort. His goals sent the fans at Millenium Stadium, Cardiff into a frenzy.

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