Everton interested in West Ham midfielder Declan Rice
- Author: Lawrence Cooper Nov 20, 2018,
Nov 20, 2018, 1:50
The 25- year-old has been Manchester United's designated penalty taker when on the pitch and has been in the news for his weird run up to the spot to take the penalty. I don't think Mourinho is getting the best out of that group of players Alan Smith 'They've spent an very bad lot of money not much less than Man City over recent times.
While Rice still mulls over his global future while impressing in the Premier League, Southampton's 18-year-old striker Michael Obafemi is expected to play his first competitive worldwide, after committing himself to the Republic of Ireland last week. Despite playing just nine times in the Premier League, he has found the back of the net with consistency.
United's position as one of the wealthiest clubs in the world game is not now being matched by performances on the field, with Jose Mourinho's side eighth in the Premier League table - 12 points adrift of leaders and reigning champions Manchester City.
Jose Mourinho has continued to monitor the likes of Toby Alderweireld, with the Tottenham defender considered to figure on a wish list alongside the likes of Napoli's Kalidou Koulibaly and Atletico Madrid's Diego Godin.
Since the appointment of Monchi as the director of football at Roma, the club hasn't held back in selling their star players, as signalled by the sales of Radja Nainggolan and Kevin Strootman.
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Dunk made his worldwide debut in England's 3-0 win over U.S. on Thursday and Everton, Southampton and Leicester are also reported to be interested in the defender.
Rooney believes the next few weeks could define United's season, with there little margin for error as the Red Devils endeavour to force their way back into the battle for top-four finishes.
"They [Manchester United] are struggling, it is a great team and great fans but they are struggling at the moment", Januzaj, who left United in 2017, told Sky Sports News.
"But I think a lot of the responsibility has to go on the players' shoulders".
The familiar swagger and glint in the eye, that have been missing for so much of his turbulent Manchester United tenure, have all returned.