Tuesday, 12 April 2016

Manchester United: Keep or Sell? (1)

Here at United Faithful we run the rule over those Reds who will be here next season, those fighting for their futures and those whom should be moved on.

David De Gea

An absolute no brainer. United's only world class player will be integral to the rebuild and absolutely must stay at all costs. KEEP

Sergio Romero

Playing second fiddle to DDG but has impressed when called upon and the Argentinian is useful back-up. KEEP

Matteo Darmian

A tough one. Has impressed in fits and starts but looks a little lightweight and his positioning isn't always good. Having said that, he probably deserves another season to prove his worth. KEEP

Antonio Valencia

Pacy but his distribution is poor, he's toothless and offers little when called upon. Has been a good servant for United but should be moved on. Not good enough. SELL

Guillermo Varela 

Raw, rash and learning his trade. Inconsistent but this can be excused because of his young age. Deserves further chances to impress. KEEP.

Chris Smalling 

United's most improved player and standout defender. Has come on in leaps and bounds and arguably the only man to have improved under Louis van Gaal. Defensive lynchpin. KEEP

Daley Blind

Has had a good season but often gets exposed for pace and I can't help but think that we can do better. He is not the answer to our defensive problems. SELL.

Paddy McNair

Another difficult decision on the Northern Ireland international. Integral to the Under 21s and still a young man making his way at Old Trafford. Needs more time in the senior side to judge. KEEP (for now). 

Phil Jones

Should be moved on. Injury prone and fails to impress with his reckless tackling on the rare occasion he does play. Failed to fulfill potential. SELL

Marcos Rojo

Injury prone, poor on the ball and not strong enough off it. Underwhelming and not up to it. The £16 million Argentinian should go in the summer. SELL.

Luke Shaw 

Had two injury-disrupted years at Old Trafford so hard to judge. Deserves another season to prove his worth after his leg break. KEEP (for now). 

Also KEEP: Cameron Borthwick-Jackson, Tim Fosu-Mensah. Two fantastic young talents with excellent first team futures. 









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