Even though some United supporters were sceptical about the signing of Shinji Kagawa, it would be fair to say that the signs so far are certainly positive and the player is already making a massive difference to the team’s attacking play. As expected, the Japanese media have recognised this immediately, with a couple of the country’s newspapers already lavishing praise on the 23-year-old. Continue reading
While several of his rivals have been splashing the cash this summer, Sir Alex Ferguson has remained quite reserved in the transfer market and has not made any big money signings. It appears as though this could be the case for the remainder of the summer as well, with Ferguson claiming that he is not prepared to spend ludicrous amounts of money just to land a target. Continue reading
Since completing a move to Old Trafford from Dortmund earlier in the month, there has been plenty of comments regarding Shinji Kagawa. The majority of them have been positive, with many international teammates leaping to praise their countryman and state that he will be a revelation in English football. Continue reading
With Shinji Kagawa arriving at Manchester United as something of an unknown quantity, there have been countless players lining up to speak highly of the Japanese midfielder. The latest is one of United’s own, with Ji-Sung Park stating that his club has signed a very talented player.
Park, who has come in for some criticism from his own supporters this term, will be one player who will be competing with Sir Alex Ferguson’s new recruit for a place in United’s midfield. Continue reading
It would be fair to say there has been a mixed reaction following Shinji Kagawa’s transfer from Borussia Dortmund, with some supporters concerned that the Japan international has simply been recruited to boost shirt sales in the Far East. However, since the £16m transfer many people have moved to defend the deal, with the latest being Kagawa’s Japan teammates who claim that the 23-year-old is a special player who will prove a real menace in the Premier League. Continue reading