The Italian striker Federico Macheda burst onto the scene at Old Trafford, however, he concedes that the efforts he put was not enough and now he finds turning out in Serie B. Federico Macheda accepted that because of not working hard enough at the time when he was at Manchester United is his career biggest regret. At Trafford, leaving Lazio to join the youth set-up, the striker take pleasure of the dream debut, he made with the Red Devils when he netted an astonishing winner opposite Aston Villa in the year 2009 in April.

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In spite of being onto the scene under Sir Alex Ferguson, he slipped down soon as the pecking order and then ended up leaving for Cardiff in the year 2014 after that he has many forgettable loan spells. Macheda got many opportunities to show his talent, but he failed to recreate his spark in South Wales. The result of the same happened that he landed in Serie B side Novara in 2016. In an interview, he said, “Regrets? I have only one.
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Manchester United legend Sir Alex Ferguson has his seat on hold at Old Trafford ahead of the club’s game against Leicester City in the season opener. The Red Devils will host the Foxes on August 10 when the season kicks off. The club is hoping Ferguson would be well enough to attend the opener.

The legendary coach suffered a stroke in May but he has recovered. He made his first appearance this week since the potentially fatal incident. He was featured in a video message where he thanked NHS staff for their efforts in saving his life.
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English Premier League side Arsenal are reportedly set to swoop in and seal the deal for Marouane Fellaini as the midfielder refuses a new deal at Old Trafford. The Red Devil star rejected the terms of a new deal United offered.

The 29-year old Belgian is still happy with continuing with the Manchester-based outfit but his deal lapses next summer. United boss Jose Mourinho reportedly doesn’t mind that the deal runs down rather than offering better terms or selling him in January.
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