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Six points in Man Utd's season when things looked like they couldn't get any worse
Manchester United entered the season as title challengers having finished in second place last season behind Manchester City.The additions of Jadon Sancho, Cristiano Ronaldo and Raphael Varane were deemed as the missing piece to the puzzle as United looked to win their first Premier League title since Sir Alex Ferguson retired in 2013.Being 15 points behind league leaders Man City at the end of February has ended any chance of finishing top this season and though the campaign is not over and there is still a chance for silverware, the UEFA Champions League, it's looking like a lost season for a club tipped for success during the summer but having to settle for a top-four finish at best when it's all said and done.From sacking their manager in November to failing to bolster squad in the January transfer window Daily Star Sport has taken a look at six points this season where things have gone terribly wrong for Manchester United.Man United headed into the 2021-22 season knowing a central midfielder was needed in the summer transfer window.When it shut without one arriving, fans were left bewildered.Nemanja Matic is no longer the force he once was and is limited due to age by how many games he can play in succession.The pairing of Fred and Scott McTominay has it's moments but can often be found wanting on the ball, not just against top opposition but teams United should be beating handidly.Donny van de Beek looked great for Ajax but has struggled for game time since arriving at Old Trafford in 2020.So with all that, it made sense for the club to delve into the transfer market and bolster an area of the pitch that has been neglected for years.Instead, Solskjaer signed a centreback, a striker and a right winger and United
Donny van de Beek dished out sneaky dig at Man Utd after Everton achievement
Manchester United following what's been a promising start to his Everton career.The Dutchman joined the Toffees on loan on Deadline Day last month and has been immediately thrown into the mix by new manager Frank Lampard.He was named man of the match during Everton's 3-0 win over Leeds United on Saturday, which was the first time the 24-year-old had completed 90 minutes of football this season.Following a rejuvenated couple of weeks on Merseyside, Van de Beek says he's starting to feel "really happy" again, and joked that fatigue nearly got the better of him at the weekend as it's been a "long time" since he's played a full match."I am really happy to play 90 minutes," he said."In the last 20 minutes [against Leeds] I felt it was a long time ago that I played a full game, and I was a little bit tired!"But it was an amazing day and a good start for me. We really needed this."Van de Beek has already played over 120 minutes of football for Everton, almost doubling the 69 minutes of Premier League action he was handed by Manchester United over the past five-and-a-half months.If Donny van de Beek's good form for Everton continues, will he start for Manchester United next season? Let us know what you think in the comments section below...The midfielder arrived at Old Trafford from Ajax for £40million in 2020, but was quickly shunted out to the peripheries of the squad by manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.