Kagawa won’t recapture his Dortmund form at United

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What does the future really hold for him at Old Trafford?

Date: 13th February 2014 at 6:32pm
Written by Thomas Hallett

It says a lot that Shinji Kagawa is completely absent from discussion during Manchester United’s nadir, one characterised by dull, uninspired football. Kagawa was out of favour immediately following the appointment of David Moyes, with the new manager preferring Wayne Rooney in the No.10 role, for obvious reasons, and Danny Welbeck on the flank, under less clear motives. The arrival of Juan Mata has been seen to be the final nail in the coffin for the former Borussia Dortmund midfielder. It’s been a fall from a great height for Kagawa over these past two seasons in English football. After making a name for himself in Germany with two excellent seasons at Dortmund (or one and a half due to injury), the move to Manchester United seemed the logical step for a player of his class. It also went some way to ... Read More

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