Alejandro Garnacho's injury 'not serious' & 3 more under-radar stories at Man United today

Alejandro Garnacho's injury 'not serious' & 3 more under-radar stories at Man United today

Positive update on Garnacho

Alejandro Garnacho's entourage believe that the injury he picked up against Southampton at Old Trafford on Sunday is not serious, according to TyC Sports.

In fact, Argentina want him to be present during the upcoming international break as they look to have the Manchester United youngster play with Lionel Messi.

Southampton's Walker-Peters suffers racist abuse

Southampton defender Kyle Walker-Peters has suffered racist abuse online after the club's goalless draw with Man United at Old Trafford on Saturday.

Offensive replies were posted in the comments of the 25-year-old's week-old Instagram post on Sunday. A racist term directed at Walker-Peters followed a comment about Garnacho..

Man United identify potential Casemiro successor

Erik ten Hag has identified Fulham midfielder Joao Palhinha as his top midfield target this summer, according to The Sun.

The Red Devils will face stiff competition for the 27-year-old Portugal international from clubs including Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham.

Ferdinand reacts to Liverpool's defeat at Bournemouth

Liverpool suffered a 1–0 defeat away at Bournemouth at the weekend after beating Man United 7–0 and Rio Ferdinand has something to say about it.

The Old Trafford legend said: "The way Graeme Souness and Jamie Carragher were celebrating, the way they were trying to antagonise the guys [Roy Keane and Gary Neville], and then their team goes and does that at the weekend. They should be ashamed of themselves."

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