I’m really looking forward to seeing United’s new No. 7 make his long-awaited debut this afternoon. It’s all about the money. Also, straight into the starting eleven. He has it all: pace, technical skill, and goals. Ilmari Niskanen, welcome to Scotland. In Paisley, Dundee United’s new Finnish international makes his debut against St Mirren.
Édouard scores again in stoppage time to conclude a sensational debut, and Patrick Vieira’s Crystal Palace project is off to a flying start. Spurs’ undefeated run as a ten-man team has come to an end, and in spectacular fashion.
Not only is Cristiano Ronaldo coming to Old Trafford, but so is Steve Bruce, who captained Manchester United to the Premier League victory in 1992.
It will be a difficult task for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team tonight evening against such a powerful Manchester United side, but Allan Saint-Maximin and Joe Willock will be areas of concern for him.
Fans have already gone to their seats at Old Trafford this afternoon to catch a sight of Cristiano Ronaldo in his warm-up. So yet, just David de Gea has been seen, but he’s not far away.