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Man Unit­ed tar­get Jerome Boateng con­sid­er­ing his future amid inter­est from Red Dev­ils

Man­ches­ter Unit­ed tar­get Jerome Boateng is ‘con­sid­er­ing his future’ amid inter­est from the Old Traf­ford giants.

The Bay­ern Munich defend­er con­tin­ues to be linked with a switch to the Red Dev­ils and has refused to rule out a move away from the Allianz Are­na this sum­mer.
He told Socrates mag­a­zine: “I’ve expe­ri­enced every­thing at FC Bay­ern, and I am slow­ly com­ing to a point where I must answer myself cer­tain ques­tions.
“What are the goals I have not reached yet? Do I, time and time again, want to prove myself at the same club with the same pre-con­di­tions?’
“Those are not nec­es­sar­i­ly clas­sic ques­tions regard­ing the career, but vital ques­tions and, in the end, ques­tions that dri­ve peo­ple.”
Jones: Sanchez des­per­ate to beat Arse­nal
Alex­is Sanchez will be des­per­ate to “put one over” on his for­mer club Arse­nal this week­end, accord­ing to Man­ches­ter Unit­ed team-mate Phil Jones.
Sanchez faces his old side on Sun­day for the first time since his Jan­u­ary switch to Unit­ed in what will be Arsene Wenger’s last game at Old Traf­ford as Arse­nal boss.
Jones admit­ted Sanchez will be des­per­ate to show his for­mer employ­ers just why he decid­ed to join Unit­ed, by help­ing Jose Mour­in­ho’s side to vic­to­ry over them.
Asked if it will be strange for Sanchez to face his for­mer team, Jones said: “Not so much at home.
“If it was away at the Emi­rates, it might be a bit dif­fer­ent. Going back to a place where he’s very fond of, knows the pitch well and the fans well.
“So, at home, it’s a lit­tle bit dif­fer­ent, but he’ll still get that added incen­tive to try to put one over on them.”
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Park­er: What’s been miss­ing under Mour­in­ho
Paul Park­er says the fear fac­tor has gone from Man­ches­ter Unit­ed.
And the for­mer defend­er believes Jose Mour­in­ho’s tac­ti­cal approach needs a com­plete over­haul if they are to return to chal­lenge Man­ches­ter City for the title next year.
Unit­ed’s defeat to West Brom last week­end ensured that the title would be going to their local rivals with five games to spare this sea­son.
Park­er, who played for Unit­ed from 1991 to 1996, says that teams are not scared of head­ing to Old Traf­ford any­more.
Speak­ing on the lat­est Mir­ror Foot­ball pod­cast, he said: “They have been a mil­lion miles apart, not just with points but with ideas and the way they want to play have gone out of the mod­ern game.

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