Andreas Pereira helped fire Valencia to a record-breaking eighth-straight league win ahead of a top of the table clash with Barcelona on Sunday. The 21-year-old grabbed an assist on his last appearance for Los Che , as a second-half substitute in the win over Leganes, and was rewarded for his cameo with a start against Espanyol on Sunday.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has named five specific people who 'stood by my side' after making a remarkable recovery from the first serious injury of his glittering career. The 36-year-old tore his anterior cruciate ligament after falling awkwardly during Manchester United's Europa League quarter-final win against Anderlecht in April. After just seven months out, the Swede made an impressive return to action as a late substitute in United's 4-1 win over Newcastle on Saturday night.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic had paid tribute to those who have aided his incredible recovery. The Swedish striker tore his anterior cruciate ligament in April but just seven months later, he returned to action against Newcastle on Saturday. Ibrahimovic thanked to his teammates and family before name-checking those who had helped him, reports the Manchester Evening News.
@martinbuckley Would be a shock wouldn't it? Mourinho rarely does business in January, but having that deal in place, in principle, before the World Cup would save even more headaches in the long run before season starts.
United are looking at returning to UCLA sometime between July 20 and August 5. Jose Mourinho will surely want key signings sealed before then. Securing Antoine Griezmann early, and avoiding a Paul Pogba-like saga, would send out a real statement #mufchttps://t.co/4UOtT7ERUW
Another start for Andreas Pereira as he helped Valencia make history by winning eight-straight league games ahead of huge clash vs Barcelona. Worth noting that he kept one Carlos Soler out of team! Going to be a pivotal summer when another loan will surely not be an option #mufc
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