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Manchester United trio to make U-turn after Moyes sacking

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Manchester United trio Danny Welbeck, Shinji Kagawa and Robin van Persie could all now make a U-turn on their respective futures at Old Trafford after it was announced David Moyes has been sacked, according to the Daily Express.

The Red Devils confirmed speculation that broke yesterday that Moyes was going to be relieved of his services at Manchester United after a horrendous nine months in charge of the Premier League champions.

Reports over the course of the season had suggested several Manchester United players had grown disillusioned with life at the north-west giants under Moyes.

Van Persie was reportedly set to leave the club at the end of the season after becoming unhappy following the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson and fellow Dutchman Rene Meulensteen.

Kagawa was also said to be pining for a move away from the club after failing to hold down a regular first-team spot at the start of the season.

Welbeck had apparently submitted an official transfer request  to leave the club prior to Manchester United's weekend defeat to Moyes' former side Everton as he was unhappy with the lack of game-time he was being given at the club.

However the aforementioned trio and now expected to stay at Old Trafford after Moyes' sacking was confirmed by the club on their official website.

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