Check Out “Manchester United should recruit Kylian Mbappe, according to Dwight Yorke.” The Red Devils hope adding Mbappe this summer will have a Ronaldo or Messi-like impact at Old Trafford and lead them to significant titles again.

Yorke told OLBG: “Manchester United signing Kylian Mbappe would be great for the Premier League because there would be a rivalry between both Manchester clubs and their superstars.

“It would probably return Man United to No.1 on and off the pitch. Mbappe makes Man United the best team on the pitch again.

If Mbappe joins Man United, he’ll replicate what Lionel Messi did at Inter Miami. It differentiated the club.

If Mbappe joins, the Premier League will be much better.

Mbappe joining Man United may make us championship favorites. Players would benefit. I’ve played with great players in specific positions that boost you 20%. Manchester United players, fans, and the city would be humming, elevating the players and club.

“Signing Mbappe makes Man United at least second-favourites for the Premier League title.

“Mbappe would impact Manchester like Cristiano Ronaldo did when he joined Man United in 2021.

“Mbappe is the most exciting footballer in the world right now. Lionel Messi and Ronaldo still have huge followings, but Mbappe is on his way to joining them. I’d be thrilled if he signed.”

Manchester United Should Recruit Kylian Mbappe, According To Dwight Yorke
Manchester United Should Recruit Kylian Mbappe, According To Dwight Yorke

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Wolves’ transfer problems are frustrating Julen Lopetegui.

Wolves sold Ruben Neves, Conor Coady, Nathan Collins, and Raul Jimenez for £84million, and Daniel Podence will go.

Matt Doherty’s free transfer return to Molineux is the club’s lone confirmed transfer.

The manager believes the absence of additions to replace sold players is “bad news” for the club this season.

“I came here with a project and idea that, if we could save the team, we could improve,” he told Guillem Balague’s Pure Football podcast.

I got horrible news. Summer tried. Plan A. We tried a plan B with cost-effective players, but we can’t develop it either.

We lost a lot of players and think the club wants to sell more. We need players to balance and compete in the Premier League.

“I know the sporting director, Matt Hobbs, and recruitment, all this team, have worked very hard to have a plan A and plan B, but unfortunately we can’t develop this plan.

“It’s a shame because you think key players can come at any time, but they don’t for various reasons. We were pleased about this new strategy, but without additional players, we don’t have it.

“We had many players out and only one new free player [Doherty]. It disappoints me and the sporting director.”