Man United updates as they happen: club on high alert over £44m Dembele, Casemiro red card WILL NOT be appealed, and Garnacho injury update (LIVE)

Good morning Man Utd fans

Referee Anthony Taylor has been accused of bias by Erik Ten Hag, who claims the official made a decision to send off Casemiro in order to affect the game’s outcome against Southampton.

The Dutch coach said to Sky Sports after the game, “Casemiro played over 500 games in Europe and never once got a red card.

He now has two Premier League goals to his name. The problem does not lie in his absence. In any case, we will handle it. Refereeing played a role in deciding this game.

Casemiro will now sit out four games due to his second red card of the year.

Even though the Brazilian will play against Real Betis in the Europa League, he will miss a lot of games for his club at home.

These include league games against Newcastle, Brentford, and Everton, as well as the FA Cup match against Fulham.

Casemiro’s red card against Southampton brought the team to tears.

As he walked off the field, his fellow Brazilian Antony rushed over to comfort him.

In addition, Antony has jumped on Twitter to show his continued backing for the former Real Madrid midfielder.

We will never be alone brother!!” he wrote on Twitter. We have a long road ahead of us, so keep your chin up!

They saw Alejandro Garnacho hobbling out of Old Trafford on crutches.

After getting hurt in a game against Southampton, the young player was taken off the field.

When Kyle Walker-Peters made a hard tackle on Garnacho, the latter went down, clearly hurt.

Physiotherapists checked on him and at first let him continue playing.

But he was only substituted in for Fred in the 73rd minute when he suddenly collapsed and had to be taken off.

The Argentine, who was using crutches, wore a protective boot as he got up.

This week, Erik ten Hag invited four Man United youths, including Dan Gore.

The other hotties were Marc Jurado, Omari Forson, and Sam Murray, but Gore’s participation was the most intriguing.

Back in November, before the World Cup, the 18-year-old midfielder and Anthony Martial got into it during a training session.

Given their past interactions, that may have added some spice to this week’s session.

Gore’s ferocious tackle of the French forward set off an explosive exchange between the two.

The Dutch manager ten Hag ordered his starting XI to stop tackling.

However, Gore allegedly ignored the warning and attacked Martial vigorously, as reported by the Daily Mirror.

There were reports that the former Monaco star confronted the young player, prompting their teammates to intervene and separate the combatants.

It is assumed that any differences were resolved privately, with Martial apologizing to Gore.

Man Utd owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe reportedly wants to hire Sir Dave Brailsford to turn around the club’s fortunes.

In cycling, Brailsford has been very successful with Team Sky (now known as Team INEOS) and has made sure that Great Britain has been dominant over the past decade.

According to the report, Brailsford has already begun making preparations to completely transform the team.

Man United should get Harry Kane this summer, according to Gabby Agbonlahor.

He made the following comment to Football Insider: “If you look at this Man United squad, they’re so strong everywhere – except in that number nine role. They’re great on defense and a ton of fun to watch out in the open fields. Unfortunately for Man United, Weghorst isn’t good enough to play for them.

He was only a temporary solution. But I believe that Harry Kane, an incredible player, can be the final piece of the puzzle. If they sign him, they can challenge for the championship next year.


Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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