Manchester United News

The player who has been compared to Paul Scholes is one of the Red Devils' leading figures

By Harry Smith

The player who has been compared to Paul Scholes is one of the Red Devils' leading figures

Manchester United have endured a difficult decade in which they have been without a benchmark player. 

Síguenos enSíguenos en Google News

Ten years of drought in the Premier League is something that worries more than one fan of Man Utd, a few seasons where the team has invested a little more than £1.3 billion in players who did not end up convincing, or at least achieve the sporting objectives of the institution.

The team is currently undergoing a medium-term rebuilding process. The squad already has key players, young players who are trusted by the Dutch trainer for the development of the team. The last six matches are a sign that the team has changed, as the Portuguese who has been captain of the team, Bruno Fernandes, said that he feels when he is led by a manager who imposes a style and is strict in the way he manages.

More Man Utd news:

Here's how Man Utd spent £1.4bn and achieved nothing in ten years

He is Man Utd's amulet, with this player when he starts the team always wins

One of the players who has adapted to this particular style of play is 30-year-old Dane Christian Eriksen, who is trusted by coach Erik ten Hag. The player who survived a heart attack in a match with his national team last year was rumoured to be retiring from playing. Today he plays a role where he makes his team-mates play better and is present in every match.

“I am lucky that I was able to play against Paul Scholes. He was a great player, I'm happy to be compared to him”

This is what he commented in the Danish media, Politiken, about the comparison and the congratulations for the level that has come to have the player who arrived as a free agent at Man Utd. No doubt an exceptional case to continue to increase the level of a player who feels comfortable in the style of play of the Red Devils. It is a joy to see a player who has a lot of resources and makes his team-mates play better.

 

 

 

 


More news