Manchester United Agrees to Renew and Refund

Confirmations have come from Manchester United that they have planned to refund supporters and renew season tickets due to the current corona virus crisis. They have pledged to ensure that all the fans are reimbursed. They will offer refunds and renewals for the rest of the games of this season if the games do not go ahead due to the pandemic. The club confirmed the fact of giving back the money to the season ticket holders for which they have already paid if the games do continue after discussing with several fan groups. The renewal date for tickets for the next season has also been delayed.

For now, the Premier League has been suspended till 30th April at the earliest and with the situation going on currently, possibilities are there that the 2019-20 season will not be finished. UEFA has declared the date of 30th June for all the domestic leagues of Europe to be completed. It can be clearly understood that Manchester United has intentions to complete the campaign currently going instead of canceling it. But some measures are being taken to ensure their fans that they are not left out by them if the games are not played.



Former Liverpool attacker, Philip Coutinho has declared he has no regret over switching Anfield for Camp Nou in 2018. The Brazilian was sold to Barcelona in a big-money move in 2018 and the club has grown in strides since the departure of the playmaker.

The Brazilian attacker was expected to be the direct replacement for fellow countryman, Neymar.


In the heat of Sunday afternoon’s abysmal first half display against Sheffield United, Man Utd academy products were relied upon to drag a point away from home and ensured that the Red Devils’ aren’t further embarrassed than they’ve already been since the season began.

Andreas Peirerra was substituted as Greenwood, 18 came up to equalize the score line 2-2 and on the 79rd minute of the hour clock, United’s marks man Marcus Rashford volleyed in a clinical finish which set the Red Devils for another win, but unbent by the turn of events, Sheffield mustered some bit of courage to equalize 3-3 at the brink of the game.

Eddie Howe says Callum Wilson to United speculation is pointless

Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe has said that the recent speculation linking Callum Wilson with a move to Manchester United is completely pointless. The England international has been in impressive form of late with four goals from the previous five matches and that has recently earned him another call-up with the Three Lions.

Amidst this, there has been speculation that United could swoop for his signature but Howe has said that he would prefer to ignore the gossip with the transfer window unlikely to open until January, he told: “You consider my thoughts going into this game is all about Arsenal. To hear transfer links and rumours at this stage when the window is shut and a long way from being open.

Solskjaer hails Wan-Bissaka’s talent following Manchester United transfer

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has hailed the qualities of Aaron Wan-Bissaka shortly after the defender made the switch from Crystal Palace. The 21-year-old had been highlighted as the Red Devils’ prime target to strengthen the right side of the backline and they have eventually landed his signature after agreeing on a £50m package with the Eagles.

Shortly after the transfer was announced, Ole said that Wan-Bissaka is one of the best upcoming defenders in the Premier League and he has the right mentality to fit into the United scheme of things, he told: “Aaron is one of the best upcoming defenders in the Premier League. He has the right work ethic, talent, and mentality to play for Manchester United.

Maurizio Sarri insists Chelsea’s season has been a success to date

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has said that the Blues have enjoyed a successful campaign under his management. The Blues are currently placed fourth in the league table with the chance of progressing to next season’s Champions League, but Sarri insists that the campaign can’t be deemed a failure, should they fail to qualify for the elite competition.

Speaking in a press conference, Sarri said that the season has been fairly successful with the team having impressed in the League Cup final where they only lost to Manchester City on penalties. He acknowledged that the club are still in the running for the top four in the Premier League as well as the Europa League title and he would like to achieve both objectives at the end of the season.

Newcastle United should keep Benitez

Newcastle United defender Matt Ritchie believes that the club should keep Rafael Benitez as the manager if they want to progress. He said that the Spanish manager is the reason why the club is doing so well in the Premier League this season and that it will be difficult to replace him as the manager.

Matt Ritchie admitted that Newcastle United made a slow start to the campaign but they have managed to recover as the season has gone by and that they are now in a good position in the league.


According to reports from England Manchester United are set to make an offer for Crystal Palace defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka.The Crystal Palace defender has been among one of the surprise packages this season.

The 21-year old broke into the first-team towards the end of last season and has established himself as an irreplaceable player in the first team. It is understood that United want the player as a replacement for outgoing defender Antonio Valencia.