Old Trafford & Federico MacHeda
Old Trafford is a football stadium in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England, and the home of Manchester United. With a capacity of 75,811, Old Trafford is the second-largest football stadium in England after Wembley, the third-largest in the United Kingdom and the eleventh-largest in Europe. The stadium is approximately from Old Trafford Cricket Ground and the adjacent tram station. Federico Kiko Macheda (born 22 August 1991 in Rome) is an Italian footballer who plays as a forward for English club Queens Park Rangers, on loan from Manchester United. /5
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Old Trafford youngster moves to relegated Welsh outfit. Check in to England vs Italy Relegated Welsh side Cardiff City have completed the signing of Man United youngster Federico Macheda according ...
Van Gaal on transfers: "We talked about the players I want. We’ll see if we can get them. We also talked about who can go." The media has outlined several players that Van Gaal wants at Old Trafford next season: Thomas Muller Marco Reus Arjen Robben Kevin Strootman Cesc Fabregas Toni Kroos Mats Hummels Holger Badstuber Sebastian Jung Luke Shaw While Patrice Evra, Anderson, Federico Macheda, Bebe are all expected to leave. Question marks remain over the following players futures Nani, Young, Cleverley, Valencia, Kagawa, Fletcher, Buttner and Hernandez
Nine youngsters left Old Trafford on a temporary basis including Wilfried Zaha (Cardiff City), Federico Macheda, Tom Thorpe and Tyler Blackett (all Birmingham City) and Charni Ekangamene and Sam Byrne (both Carlisle United).
Macheda looking at life away from Old Trafford: Manchester United striker Federico Macheda has spoken about th... http…
Which Man Utd star wants out of Old Trafford in January?
Manchester United striker: 'My future is far from here', could leave this week Manchester United's Federico Macheda admits he has given up on a career at the club. Federico Macheda has reinforced that he is looking for a move from the club in January. In an interview with Italian website TuttoMercatoWeb, he says he also expects to seal a loan deal until then this week. "My future is far from here. "This week I should go on loan somewhere, I want to find continuity, to do well, to show off. And then let's see ... in January." Macheda has not played for the club since a very brief substitute appearance in the Champions League in late 2012 against Galatasaray. The former boy wonder is now 22, and has spent time on loan in recent seasons at Sampdoria, QPR and Stuttgart. He went on loan to Doncaster Rovers earlier this season and scored twice on his debut, but returned to Old Trafford after picking up an injury, and last week the club confirmed they would consider bringing him back. Which club is best for Mach ...
So far this season, there have been precious few reasons to be cheerful for David Moyes and his Manchester United side. Since Sir Alex Ferguson’s departure, United have lost at Liverpool and Manchester City before succumbing 2-1 at home to West Brom and throwing away two points at the death against Southampton. The mood at Old Trafford at times this campaign has verged on the mutinous. Despite the understandable animosity of some fans towards Wayne Rooney, Moyes has been vindicated in his decision to retain the services of the striker at all costs. While he will never be as popular as once he was, the England talisman has been the standout performer in a largely underwhelming title defence. The one decision that no supporter can question has been the promotion of Adnan Januzaj to the first team. They say fortune favours the brave and the manager’s decision to field the highly-rated Belgian teenager away at Sunderland paid instant dividends. It was his first United start and the 18-year-old ensured he ...
The joys of managing Manchester United Is the Manchester United job really that hard, David Moyes? We asked Iain Macintosh to fire up his review copy of 'Football Manager 2014' and find out the true perils, if any, of managing at Old Trafford. JULY It's important to start a job like this with a statement, so I make mine by telling Anderson that he's on the transfer list. He says that he's already on the transfer list. I take him off the transfer list and then immediately put him back on it, just so that he gets the point, the useless, tubby wastrel. Marseille make a seven million pound bid and, with the help of a steel shoehorn, I force him out of the back door and away. He's not the only one to leave. Federico Macheda, Ben Amos, Alex Buttner depart and, because 18 million pounds seems a lot for the occasional step-over, Nani is out as well. I spend 15 million pounds on Michael Bradley and order him to kick everyone he sees, including Nani who is lingering at the exit door as if I might change my mind. A ...
TRANSFER GOSSIP Arsenal and Liverpool must pay £30m if they are to tempt Swansea to sell star striker Michu, 27. Full story: Daily Express Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez, 25, has admitted he may have to leave Old Trafford for regular first-team football after starting just two of David Moyes' 11 games in charge. Full story: Daily Mirror Arsenal are facing a battle to keep hold of key defender Bacary Sagna, with the 30-year-old's current deal due to expire at the end of the season. Full story: Daily Mail Doncaster want to take Manchester United striker Federico Macheda on another loan deal when the striker returns to fitness. The 22-year-old had been on loan with the Championship side before the spell ended after he suffered a hamstring injury. Full story: Manchester Evening News Arsenal have beaten Aston Villa, Chelsea and Tottenham to the signing of 15-year-old Swedish defender Kristopher Da Graca, who currently plays with Swedish division four side Hisingbacka FC and will officially join th ...
Manchester United forward Federico Macheda believes there is no point in him returning to Old Trafford.
Sir Alex Ferguson is confident of signing Wilfried Zaha by the end of the week, with the aim of loaning him back to Crystal Palace for the remainder of the season. (Guardian) this is an u - GS United are considering loaning striker Federico Macheda to Spanish side Elche. (Inside Futbol) Pescara midfielder Juan Fernando Quintero has said he would prefer to move to Inter Milan, amid speculation linking him with a move to Old Trafford. (Sky Sports) INS: None OUTS: Angelo Henriquez (Wigan Athletic, loan), Bebe (Rio Ave, loan), Joshua King (Blackburn Rovers, undisclosed), Robbie Brady (Hull City, £2m), Scott Wootton (Peterborough, loan), Davide Petrucci (Peterborough, loan)
Manchester United striker Federico Macheda would welcome the chance to prove himself on loan away from Old Trafford.
Manchester United striker Federico Macheda is unlikely to move to Italy in search of regular first-team football, according to his agent. The 21-year-old looks set to leave Old Trafford next month after falling behind Wayne Rooney, Robin Van Persie, Danny Welbeck and Javier Hernandez in the pecking order. But Macheda, who has made just three appearances from the bench in all competitions this season, does not look likely to move to Serie A despite joining Sampdoria on loan in January last year. Giovanni Bia, Macheda's agent, hinted the Italian could be heading to a club in Spain or Germany earlier in the week and appeared to confirm the Primera Division would be his preferred destination. "I can exclude a return to Italy," Bia told Sportitalia. "He could probably do better in La Liga where technique is worth more than physique. "He's a boy who has had his injury problems, but Sir Alex Ferguson continues to believe that he can turn into a good player. We just have to find the right situation for him at thi ...
Anfield boss interested in Old Trafford forward. Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgershas reportedly taken an interest in young Man United striker Federico Macheda. The Italian Under 21 international has struggled to force his way into the Old Trafford first team picture afteran explosive start to his Man United career and his agent hastalked up the possibility of his client looking to move on and could well be tempted by the possibility of a move to Anfield. The 21 year old Man United forward spent unsuccessful loan periods at QPR and Sampdoria though it is worth noting that the Rome born marksman didn’t get all that much time to impress during either spell. Macheda exploded onto the scene three and a half years ago when he scored a cracking winner on his Premier League debut against Aston Villa, he then scored the following weekend away at Sunderland but then struggled for form and has seemingly fallen well down the pecking order following the signings of JavierHernandez and Robin Van Persie and seen youngst ...
Federico Macheda's agent has warned United he may leave Old Trafford in January if he does not get opportunities in the first team.
Federico Macheda is ready to leave Manchester United: STRIKER will quit Old Trafford in the New Year unless he...
Federico Macheda has grown frustrated with life at Manchester United and will seek a move away from Old Trafford as soon as the January Transfer Window.
Ryan Giggs set to lose a Manchester United teammate in January - striker Federico Macheda wants move away from Old Trafford! Read more: [from GMF]
Manchester United striker Federico Macheda will reportedly stay at the club this summer, despite being linked with a move away from Old Trafford.
Federico Macheda became an instant Old Trafford hero when he scored a injury-time winner goal on his debut against Aston Villa in April 2009
BBC football stuff; former England Liverpool, Real Madrid, New Castle & Manchester United 3yearz striker Michael Owen aged 33, was released by United to make the continuation of his football playing career else where. He was shown the exit door early this morning by Man United. The next victim could also be the former Bulgaria Fc Bayern Leverkusen & Tottenham Hotspur Fc striker Dimitar Berbatov aged 31 that will be DEPARTING the Old Trafford outfit. While Italian young striker Federico Macheda aged 20 & Brazillian Fabio Da Silva aged 22 will moved out of Man United to Benfica on loan.
Manchester United have agreed to sign Benfica winger Nicolas Gaitan in a £20m deal, according to a report in the Manchester Evening News. Both Fabio da Silva and Federico Macheda will move to the Portuguese side as part of the arrangement, according to the Daily Telegraph. Fabio is likely to go on a season loan while Macheda’s move could be permanent. Gaitan has enjoyed an impressive season with Benfica, and it has been reported that the Argentine 24-year-old has a £38million release clause. The Argentinian playmaker, who has been dubbed the ‘Argentine Cristiano Ronaldo’ is more likely to attract a fee in the region of £20million. But reported comments by Macheda would seem to pour cold water on the report of a 'Done Deal'. The striker, out of favour at Old Trafford and with a couple of loan periods already in his United career, said: "Me to Benfica and Gaitan to Manchester United? I don't know about that, but I want to stay in England in the Premier League."
Manchester United defender Fabio da Silva to depart Old Trafford to join Benfica on loan...Manchester United have agreed a deal to sign the Benfica midfielder Nicolás Gaitán with both Fabio da Silva and Federico Macheda moving to the Portuguese club as part of the terms.
Federico Macheda became a instant Old Trafford hero on 5 April 3 years ago, scoring a injury-time winner to send United back to top of epl
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