Diego Forlan, Alexis Sanchez, and Dongfangzhou. Manchester United must avoid the mistakes of the winter transfer window.
The British ‘Mirror’ said on the 13th (Korean time), “Man Utd are currently pinning their hopes on Boot Verhost. Like all clubs, Manchester United have also suffered failures in the transfer market. Manager Eric ten Hag said Verhost would follow in the footsteps of these players. 온라인카지노.I hope you don’t follow me,” he said, listing Manchester United’s winter transfer window failures.
The first player introduced was Sanchez (signed in January 2018). At the time, Manchester United embraced Sanchez in a trade deal for Henrik Mkhitaryan. The media introduced, “Sanchez received a huge salary of 400,000 pounds (about 600 million won) a week, but suffered difficulties. He recorded only 5 goals and 9 assists in 45 games until he was loaned to Inter Milan 18 months later.”
Next is Dong Fangzhou (recruited in January 2004), a Chinese striker familiar to Asian fans. ‘Mirror’ said, “Sir Alex Ferguson’s very strange transfer. He joined for £500,000 (approximately KRW 757 million), and depending on the number of appearances, it could rise to £3.5 million (approximately KRW 5.3 billion). However, he He only played one game in the English Premier League (EPL).”
Diego Forlan (recruited in January 2002), famous as the ‘Jablani Master’, was also not spared from the worst signing. At the time, Forlan ambitiously entered Old Trafford, but failed to stand out, and eventually left for Spain as if being chased. Then Villarreal, Atletico Madrid,
The same goes for Victor Valdes (signed in January 2015), who spent his golden years at Barcelona. Although he was a free agent (FA), he only played in two league EPL games and warmed up the bench. Afterwards, he went through Standard Liege and Middlesbrough, then took off his football boots in 2017 and announced his retirement.
In addition, ‘Mirror’ mentioned failures by mentioning Manucho (recruited in January 2008), Zoran Tosic, Richie De Lae (both acquired in January 2009), and Sadiq El Fituri (acquired in January 2015). Introduced.