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Five reasons why Shinji Kagawa should swap United for Dortmund (1)

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Like him or loathe him, David Moyes hasn't actually made that many terrible decision so far in his Manchester United career.

Sure the start hasn't been a patch on the norm that Sir Alex Ferguson had installed into the Red Devils' machine, but aside from a disappointing transfer window, there is only so much the former Everton boss can do.

Of course one thing that does fall solely down to him is the squad selection, and in this department Moyes has made one fatal error; not consistently playing Shinji Kagawa. 

It's only in the last week or so that the Japanese playmaker has managed to garner serious game-time and, with the season almost a at the quarter-of-a-way-through mark, serious questions have been raised over his long-term future.

Meanwhile Borussia Dortmund have expressed a clear interest in bringing Kagawa back to Germany, having sold him to Old Trafford in 2012. 

So would Kagawa ever fancy a return to the Bundesliga giants? We look at five very pertinent reasons why he should ditch United in favour of Dortmund...

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Shinji Kagawa
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