The Premier League Matchday 7 has been concluded and all eyes are now set on the fixtures of the upcoming International break. From Italy vs Spain to Belgium vs France there is no shortage of interesting games to look forward to.
This brings us to the area important to supporters of Manchester United. Fans of the Red Devils will be anxious to find out which of their players will star for their National teams. Below are three players to keep an eye on as they possess the ability to pull off the spectacular this international break.
The creative Frenchman has been in the media for the wrong reasons recently as he has refused to renew his current contract with the Red Devils. He represents the French national team and will face Belgium on Thursday, October 7th.
The difference between his quality for his club team and his national team could once again be obvious as many have concluded that his performances for his country are better than those for his club. His creativity is something to look out for as he is a player capable of unleashing spectacular and dazzling passes.
The tactical-style Didier Deschamps goes for suits his creativity as Kante covers the defensive area of the midfield giving him more freedom to be creative.
Sancho has been involved in a lot of controversies lately as many pundits have labelled him a flop and a waste of the high amount spent on him. He definitely has a lot to prove this break as good performances for his national them could guarantee him a starting shirt.
It will please united fans to see him get back to his old ways as his skill and tricks are certainly aesthetically pleasing. The England vs Andorra match on the 9th of October is one to watch out for.
When big names are mentioned in football it is impossible to not mention the Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo. He has undoubtedly made his impact on United already since he has been signed but his latest outing against Everton saw him come from the bench and this international break gives him an opportunity to show why that is a bad decision.
It remains to be seen whether he can convince his critics and most especially his coach that his age is not a barrier by dropping excellent performances for his country. His fellow compatriot Diogo Dalot could also be in action for their national team as he has put in some exciting performances recently.
What do you think about these players and their international fixtures? Make your opinions known in the comments section.
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