Louis Saha, former Manchester United, Fulham, and France international has been confirmed as the headliner of the SIGA Champions session, an event which will be held on the 18th of November. The session is one that will be held online and focuses mainly on how big-name athletes are using their profiles to spark a change in the world. The areas to be particularly looked at include political and social agenda, as well as culture.

Saha expects Jaden Sancho to be a success at United

  Former Manchester United player Louis Saha has said that Jaden Sancho will fit well into the system of Manchester United. Sancho has been connected with the transfer speculations to Premier League. United is one of the clubs that has shown interest in signing Sancho to their team. Sancho was transferred to Borussia Dortmund on 2017 from Manchester City and since his arrival at the club, he has been contributing well to the team. He has appeared for 96 matches for the club and scored 34 goals and in this period of time, he has established himself as one of

Anthony Martial could do better, says Louis Saha

  Former football player Louis Saha has said that Anthony Martial has still room to improve and can learn fromManchester United’s midfielders Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba. Martial has been the lead striker for the club in the season. When Romelu Lukaku left last summer, doubt was born whether United will have a reliable goalscorer. Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has trusted Martial on this and he along with Marcus Rashford and Mason Greenwood has led the attacking side successfully. He has scored 22 goals across all competition for the club which is best performance till date.

Rashford Stands In the Same Line as Mbappe, as per Saha

  Former Manchester United striker Louis Saha has said they United striker Marcus Rashford stands along the same line of Kylian Mbappe in the terms of quality. Rashford for the current Premier League season has been on the clutches of injury and his comeback match was against Tottenham which ended in a tie for 1-1. In this season, he has scored 14 goals for the club while making himself a vital part of the team. For Ole Gunnar Solskjaer he is an important aspect in the midfield for the new plans he has devised for the club.

McTominay heaps praise on Manchester United teammate Paul Pogba

  Scott McTominay has heaped praise on the qualities of Manchester United teammate Paul Pogba and believes it is amazing to play alongside the France international. The Frenchman has endured a tough season with multiple ankle injuries but he is expected to be available for the season restart after the coronavirus shutdown. With Pogba’s return, there is obviously more competition for places in the centre of the park and McTominay is looking forward to the challenge ahead, he told the club’s official website: “Obviously whenever you play with Paul he’s such a talented footballer and he’s such an amazing guy

Fletcher concerned about football resumption in England

Former Manchester United player Darren Fletcher has addressed his concern regarding the resumption of the football games in England. He has said that to play in such a circumstance is something to be very much cautious about. The Premier League committee is having discussions regarding the games. They are preparing several protocols that should be enlisted during the matches. England is one ofthe countries where COVID has severally affected and thousands of life has been lost. This all adds to the tension on the status of the league. Fletcher has played 12 years in United and has been part of

Ighalo heaps praise on Martial’s form for Manchester United

Manchester United’s on-loan signing Odion Ighalo has heaped praise on the form displayed by Anthony Martial since his arrival at the club. The Frenchman has struggled for consistency at different stages of the campaign but he has proved his worth with 16 goals from 33 appearances in all competitions. The record is not overly impressive for a striker but he was able to show some consistency before the coronavirus shutdown with four goals in the space of five starts. Speaking to the United podcast, Ighalo expressed his delight over the Frenchman’s form following his arrival and he is hopeful that

Dalot backs Bruno Fernandes to become a Manchester United legend

Manchester United defender Diogo Dalot has backed Bruno Fernandes to become a legend of the club in the future. The Portuguese made the move to the Red Devils from Sporting in January and he has since contributed four goals and five assists from just nine appearances for the club in all competitions. As a result, he has already become a huge favourite among the club’s faithful and Dalot has high expectations from his compatriot. Speaking on the club’s official podcast, the versatile full-back was full of praise for the 25-year-old and feels the midfielder can go on to become a

Solskjaer suggests Manchester United are three signings short of title challenge

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said that the Red Devils could be competing for the title next season with three more experienced signings. The Mancunian giants have signed Harry Maguire, Daniel James, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Odion Ighalo (on loan) and Bruno Fernandes in the past two transfer windows and each of them have already made an impact. The Red Devils recently picked up a 2-0 league win over Manchester City at Old Trafford and following the game, Solskjaer heaped praise on the squad and stated that they are not far off from competing for the Premier League crown, he

Louis Saha concerned for Mason Greenwood at United

Former Manchester United star Louis Saha has expressed his concern for Mason Greenwood, who has made his breakthrough with the Red Devils this year. The 18-year-old has already bagged three goals in the Cup competitions this term but he has yet to make a meaningful impression in the Premier League.     Speaking on TalkSPORT, Saha said that Greenwood only has competition from two young players in the form of Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial and that remains a concern, considering he does not have an experienced mentor to guide him, he told: “Maybe he has arrived six months or