Manchester United are reportedly tracking Lazio's Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, with his family already having ties to the Premier League club. Few would be aware that his younger brother joined United more than three years ago. Vanja Milinkovic-Savic's spell at Old Trafford never really got off the ground, though -- he was loaned back to his home club, Vojvodina, immediately after completing the transfer in May 2014, then was released in November 2015 after failing to get a work permit.
Michael Carrick's return following a heart procedure will give the Manchester United dressing room a boost, according to Nemanja Matic. Carrick has undergone a routine procedure to correct an irregular heart rhythm. It has limited the midfielder to just one appearance this season, but the 36-year-old, who was named club captain in the summer, is now back in training. "Michael is very important for this club and I am sure he will help us this season," Matic told Inside United.
Poor Henrikh Mkhitaryan. When he left the field at half time in his first Manchester derby back in September 2016, taken off after losing possession and composure on several occasions on his Premier League debut, he may have consoled himself that he would never endure another occasion so dispiriting. Yet a year later, with Manchester City again visiting Old Trafford, he somehow went one worse. This time, with his team in desperate need of creativity, he was left out of the squad altogether.
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