Jumat, 13 Juli 2012

Kagawa Ready to Become Highlights in MU

Manchester, England - Japan midfielder Shinji Kagawa said on Thursday he was aware of the spotlight that comes with playing for Manchester United, but added he was confident he could handle the pressure.

"I definitely feel the global media attention now," said 23-year-old player, who last month joined the United Kingdom at the giant four-year contract from the German champions Borussia Dortmund.

"I am a member of a big club in Manchester United. I think I can handle the pressure and I'm pretty sure I can adapt to the style of the Premier League," added Kagawa, who scored 24 goals in 56 games for Dortmund, during a press conference Manchester United.

Kagawa arrival is a boost for United, which in a few minutes to maintain Premier League title last season until the final winner on the last day for Manchester City in a 3-2 victory over Queens Park Rangers, making the club one of their city rivals to win.

With the City taken over wealthy owners based in Abu Dhabi, and Chelsea's Champions League winner, who recently beat Manchester United by signing France playmaker Edin Hazard, who supported the Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, fears have emerged over Ferguson's ability to compete in the transfer market.

MU also need to strengthen their midfield after Darren Fletcher still be recovering from intestinal complaints and there are also concerns about the fitness Anderson.

Midfielder Paul Scholes retirement leave halfway through last season and along with fellow veteran Ryan Giggs at Old Trafford, has signed a contract for one more year with United.

But Kagawa in the Red Devils have players who are considered to be very young.

He helped Dortmund Germany won twice in a row and scored 17 goals when they complete their domestic league last season with a double degree.

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