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EPL: Arsenal told to sign Manchester United star

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Former Arsenal striker, Kevin Campbell, has told the club manager, Mikel Arteta to sign frustrated Manchester United midfielder, Donny van de Beek.

Campbell believes the Dutch International can revive his career at Arsenal and would provide invaluable versatility to the north London club.

Van de Beek has endured a miserable spell at Manchester United following his £40m move from Ajax in 2020.

The 24-year-old has scored just once for Solskjaer’s side and has started ust two games in all competitions.

The Netherlands international would seek an exit from Old Trafford in January, according to reports in Europe and Campbell has advised Arsenal to recruit the midfielder.

‘I only want what’s best for Arsenal and I believe Donny van de Beek can play, if given the opportunity,’ Campbell told The Highbury Squad.

“The boy can play. He wants out. I think this young man has super ability.

“He can play anywhere around the midfield – holding, at eight, and he can play attacking. We’ve got another one who is versatile – a plug-and-play player for us.”

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EPL: It was penalty – Roy Keane hits Carrick after Man Utd 1-1 draw with Chelsea

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Former Man United captain, Roy Keane has hit hard on the club’s caretaker boss, Michael Carrick for saying the referee made a mistake in awarding Chelsea a penalty during the 1-1 at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.

Keane said he disagreed with ‘everything’ Carrick said after the Premier League draw.

Jorginho’s penalty earned Chelsea a 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge on Sunday, after the Italy International gifted Jadon Sancho the first goal with an error early into the second half.

Carrick said he was ‘proud’ of the team after the game, also claiming Chelsea were fortunate to be awarded a penalty after Aaron Wan-Bissaka fouled Thiago Silva in the box.

“I don’t think it was a penalty at all,” Carrick told Sky Sports.

But Keane slammed his former teammate, saying, “I disagree with everything he said in that interview. Everything he said.

“He’s talking about a plan, he’s talking about the penalty. Of course it’s a penalty. We’ve all looked at it and it’s a penalty.

“He’s talking about effort and he’s proud of them. He’s been working with them for months under Ole. All of a sudden he’s proud of them?

“Why aren’t they making an effort in the other games? He’s praising players for doing their jobs. It’s ridiculous.”

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EPL: Jamie Carragher snubs Liverpool, names team to win Premier League title this season

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Liverpool legend, Jamie Carragher has backed Manchester City to lift the Premier League title this season ahead of Chelsea and Liverpool.

Chelsea managed a 1-1 draw with Manchester United on Sunday to keep their place at the top of the table.

But Manchester City’s 2-1 win over West ham meant that Chelsea are now only one point ahead of Pep Guardiola’s side .

Liverpool, who thrashed Southampton 4-0 earlier on Saturday, are just two points off the top.

Carragher noted that both Chelsea and Liverpool have been impressive so far but still tipped City to defend their title.

Carragher added, “It’s been a good weekend for Liverpool but they’ve dropped some silly points this season so I’m with Roy, I think I’d probably just go with Man City.

“Liverpool have kept a few clean sheets but they’ve looked a bit open at times. I think Man City right now look really strong defensively. Liverpool are scoring all the goals but I’d go with Man City right now.”

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Chelsea vs Man United: It was arrogance – Hasselbaink slams Jorginho

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Former Chelsea striker, Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has slammed midfielder, Jorginho after his error led to Manchester United’s goal.

Jorginho gifted Jadon Sancho his first Premier League goal for Manchester United, with Chelsea having to come from a goal down to take a point at Stamford Bridge.

The Brazilian-Italian was at fault for the Red Devils’ goal after failing to deal with a high ball that was sent forwards by Bruno Fernandes.

The midfielder’s attempt to bring down the high ball with his foot backfired with Sancho racing on goal before calmly slotting the ball past Edouard Mendy.

And Hasselbaink wondered why Jorginho did not just clear it or head it back to his goalkeeper.

“He should head it, he should head it back. You can’t take that chance and if you do it has to come off,” Hasselbaink said on Sky Sports.

“…It’s not a bit of arrogance…It is arrogance.

“Thinking ‘oh I will take it down out of the sky and play,’ no. Two men are coming at you, just head the ball back and get people behind the ball.

“Sancho takes the goal really well but this, you don’t do it.

“Also, you know yourself… yes technically he is a very good player but he is not somebody who is blessed with pace so he’s never going to be able to get behind Sancho so you don’t take the risk.

“Just head it back, have people behind you and don’t get a goal against [you] and you still have to score one goal to win the match. It’s silly.”

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