A former Man Utd player may soon be faced with a tough decision on whether to push for a ‘dream’ England return amid talks about a new contract.
Several alumni Male Utd the players have experienced a career resurgence since leaving Old Trafford. Angel Di Maria remains one of the most creative wingers in Europe. Romelu Lukaku, meanwhile, has become a powerful attacking force.
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The Belgian has recently been the subject of a Sensational report linking him to shock return to Chelsea amidst the continuing struggles of Timo Werner.
Lukaku helped send Inter back to the top of Serie A, although he is not the only ex-Red Devil to make an impact.
Ashley young joined the Nerazzurri on a free transfer in January 2020. The 36-year-old has been successful in Italy, which has sparked speculation of a pending new contract.
The mirror confirms this notion, signaling that a new deal could be offered as early as this weekend if Inter amass the remaining points they need to win the Serie A title.
If such an offer comes to fruition, Young will be faced with an agonizing decision.
That’s because the veteran star has been constantly linked with a return to the new promotion. Watford.
Young rose to prominence with the Hornets between 2003 and 2007 before joining Aston Villa. The desire to return one day to his childhood club, however, has always remained with the mirror describing such a movement as a “dream”.
Athletic has acknowledged Watford’s desire to bring in an experienced star with a connection to the club, although that may now be in doubt pending Inter’s contract offer.
Tale a “head start” on Man Utd bosses
Meanwhile, Inter and former Manchester United full-back Matteo Darmian say Antonio Conte is ‘one step ahead’ of Louis van Gaal.
The 31-year-old has impressed the manager and his Italian compatriot Conte. So much so that he will make his move to the permanent Nerazzurri this summer.
Given his recent travels, Darmian has experienced different styles of coaching. Besides Van Gaal and Conte, he also worked under former United boss Jose Mourinho.
Asked about Van Gaal’s leadership, Darmian said Gazzetta dello Sport (Going through Football Italia): “Van Gaal was a rules freak. He was the one who wanted me United.
“One of the first days in Manchester he pulled me aside and said, ‘You are here because of me. You have my trust, you will fight with it [Antonio] Valence, know that for me the name does not matter ”.
“[Mourinho] has no other loves than to win. I owe him trophies, even a Europa League.
On Conte, however, Darmian said, “He’s got big ideas, tactically he’s got a head start.”
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