Listed below are your Manchester United morning headlines for Friday, April 8.
Telles tells of Porto return hopes
Alex Telles has admitted he would really like to return to former membership Porto sooner or later. The defender joined Manchester United from the Portuguese membership in 2020 however has failed to stake a daily spot within the beginning XI.
The 29-year-old additionally previously performed for Galatasaray and Inter Milan however he described his keep at Port as a “love story.” He advised Brazilian podcast Wibcast: “It was the club I most identified with, it was four years there.
“Besides, my best career numbers were there, what made me come to Manchester United was what I did for FC Porto. I was very well received.”
Lampard warns United to expect tough Everton test
Frank Lampard has vowed that his Everton side will put up a strong fight against United in their encounter on Saturday. The Toffees are facing the very real risk of relegation following a 3-2 loss to Burnley on Wednesday.
Lampard has lost seven of the nine games he has overseen so far. He comes up against a United side who are desperately trying to salvage an unlikely top four finish.
But the Everton boss has said his team will not provide a warm welcome for United at Goodison Park in the lunchtime kick-off. After the Burnley defeat he said: “There are nine games where we have to give absolutely everything, every ounce that we have. I will certainly do that and everybody has to do the same.”
Sevilla boss gives honest assessment on Martial boos
Sevilla manager Julen Lopetegui has commented on his club’s fans whistling United loanee Anthony Martial. The striker is not having the best of spells in Spain and has been jeered in recent matches.
The attacker’s unhappiness over his lack of game time at Old Trafford led him to forcing a move elsewhere. However, he has only scored once in nine matches since being given more minutes on the pitch by Sevilla.
Lopetegui refused to condemn supporters for reacting to Martial in such a way and urged the player to “adapt” his style of play.
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