Young at Aston Villa, Nuno Mendes at Man United
Manchester United are linked with a much-vaunted teenage left-back while one of their long-time full-backs is considering a return to the Premier League.
The list of Serie A winners who have also won a Premier League title is not very long, while the combination of the winners of the PL and the Portuguese Super Liga is a bit longer.
Could Ashley Young come back for a few seconds? And is Nuno Mendes ready to put United back at the helm of England?
Nuno Mendes at Manchester United
Could Man United capture another sexy young prospect before they escape their teenage years?
Sporting Lisbon have given Old Trafford two great players in Cristiano Ronaldo and Bruno Fernandes, but Nuno Mendes could cost the Red Devils even less than his garish release clause of $ 75 million.
Mendes, 18, would learn from Luke Shaw if United were willing to spend such high fees. He rang almost 2,900 minutes with the Portuguese team, but it’s really a big change for a full-back, regardless of his age.
He will be 19 this weekend, but do this The Portuguese team at his age is reason enough to consider his value to be quite immense. Real Madrid and Man City have also been linked with the youngster and given City’s huge hole in the post, perhaps Pep Guardiola should take another look at the teenager.
Young at Aston Villa
Ashley Young’s batteries seemingly charge continuously, and now boastful scudetto The full-back could return to the Premier League.
Inter Milan wanted the former Manchester United man to return to San Siro despite keen interest from several of his former clubs, Watford and Villa almost them.
But Dean Smith’s Villans will have to repel the interest of another club in Bordeaux, as Burnley has been linked with Young, but the 35-year-old seems to be a pretty good fit for a club who are very talented but need someone to help to run a European task.
Speaking of his age, Young will be 36 next month and it’s worth noting that he looks pretty bionic; Young would return to England after nearly 2,000 minutes of Inter’s incredible season.