Man United News: Marcus Rashford, Paul Pogba, Patrice Evra



It continues to be a very exciting summer at Manchester United, with plenty of topics to discuss. What offseason, right?

So let’s take a spin through the latest news and notes items making the rounds on the internet today.

-One BBC Sport pundit has lavished extensive praise upon England and United forward Marcus Rashford. Former Premier League star Kevin Kilbane says that Rashford must be in the first team for every Three Lions side moving forward because he’s technically “as good as anyone in the tournament.”

Wow! as technically sound as anyone in the world? Read the full quote at the Daily Express.

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Paul Pogba is certainly known for some of the wild and crazy haircuts that he’s had in the past, as past hairdos have even included emoji symbols. Pogba is making headlines for hair style again, but this time it’s much more conventional.

Pogba flew his London based barber out to Russia for a haircut, and a dozen other France players also got a trim from the celebrity within his trade. Writes The Sun: “Ahmed Alsanawi, the self-taught hairdresser behind footballers’ favourite A Star Barbers, spent 18 hours at France’s World Cup training base in Moscow.”

-Finally, United club legend Patrice Evra has ripped Arsenal pretty mercilessly as he referred to them as a “baby club,” and insisted that Robin van Persie joined a “proper club” when he moved to Old Trafford. “I give you an example when Robin van Persie joined Man United,” Evra told ITV. “First of all when he came I said ‘welcome to a proper team, a man team, not a baby team.’ (the Manchester Evening News has more)

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