Danny Welbeck notes Manchester United 'difference' as new signing details Casemiro influence
Here are your latest Manchester United morning headlines on Tuesday, September 19.
Returning striker makes Old Trafford admission
Danny Welbeck says he had Manchester United-supporting friends and family in the stands at Old Trafford, which he described as 'different' from his time spent at the club.
Brighton comfortably overcame United in the Premier League and Welbeck scored the opening goal of the match inside 20 minutes when finding the bottom corner after being left unmarked in the penalty box. Welbeck made his way through United's academy and he left the club in 2014 to join Arsenal.
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The well-taken goal was Welbeck's fourth in the top-flight against his old club and that's the most by any player to have played for United. However, speaking after his side's victory at the famous stadium, he said it's not something that he particularly pays focus to.
Reguilon outlines Casemiro influence after move
Sergio Reguilon is grateful to former Real Madrid teammate Casemiro for helping him settle in the dressing room quickly after signing for United on loan.
United signed Reguilon as a stop-gap replacement for Luke Shaw and Tyrell Malacia on deadline day as their two senior left-backs were injured. Tottenham allowed their Spanish defender to switch to Old Trafford at short notice and he made his debut against Brighton during a 3-1 defeat.
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Having won the famous trophy three times, the Reds have a wonderful history in the European Cup. Now the Dutchman has to live up to that legacy.