We aren't showing any ambition so why try and show ambition by signing him? That makes sense.Because we aren't showing any ambition to improve and get back to where we once were. He'd probably get the pick of clubs to join within a year and I can see United being very much at the bottom.
He might not due to Dortmund - but Pogba was always going to move to United to show off to the world that United messed up and need to show him some respect.Lovely footballer.....he'll never join us though
That’s the spririt. This mentality is exactly our way back to the top.Because we aren't showing any ambition to improve and get back to where we once were. He'd probably get the pick of clubs to join within a year and I can see United being very much at the bottom.
Yes they did. And I don’t ‘not rate’ Felix. I’m just reserving making any real assertion either way due to my being able to accept that I haven’t seen much of him. From the clips, he looks a talent, but not a one-off kind of talent. I bow to the opinions more of those who watch him as much as I watch Sancho. Funnily enough, those people have been more reserved regarding him than those I’m more confident have seen little.Did anybody ever actually say that? You really don't rate Felix, you might look daft one day. No matter who you rate higher, and for me Sancho is no.1, Felix is still impressive for his age.
People have said that, I’ve read it.I'm not sure people have said that. I think most people have been dreaming of de Ligt, Felix and Sancho all in one muppetastic window.
Haven't seen enough of Felix, but getting de Ligt and Sancho would already been nothing short of amazing. And tbh, I would burn our entire budget on them with 1 or 2 more sensible/bargains transfers in the mould of James (Rabiot on a free for example).I'm not sure people have said that. I think most people have been dreaming of de Ligt, Felix and Sancho all in one muppetastic window.
I believe they have but Dortmund were pretty emphatic that he would not be sold this summer as they feel they are very close to overhauling Bayern next season and want to strengthen not weaken their squad. They are financially secure enough that they don't have to sell if they don't want to and I think all interested parties have taken them at face value that they are not open for business.If it were at all possible to get Sancho I would move heaven and earth if I were Utd, just do not think that either the club or player are that motivated to deal with Utd, find it hard to believe that other clubs have not shown a major interest though