Manchester United lost ground on the Premier League’s top four at the weekend after only mustering a 1-1 draw at home to ten-man Bournemouth.
The Red looked set to record a 14th win of the campaign when Marcos Rojo gave them a first half lead, only to see Josh King equalise from the penalty spot five minutes before the break.
Andrew Surman was then sent off just before half time for two yellow cards, while the aftermath of the match was dominated by the antics of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Tyrone Mings, both of whom look set to be charged by the Football Association.
Nonetheless, it was more dropped points at home for Jose Mourinho’s United, who are now three points off the top four after Liverpool, Manchester City, and Tottenham all won over the weekend.
Despite two months of the season still remaining, it hasn’t stopped speculation building about who United may look to sign in the summer, although one man that doesn’t look like moving to Old Trafford is Antoine Griezmann.
It looks like an agreement between the Manchester side and Atletico Madrid will be too difficult to complete, so Mourinho looks set to turn his attentions elsewhere, namely to Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski, and Monaco’s Kylian Mbappe.
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