United Rivals Set For Bailly Battle Following Mourinho Fall-Out

United Rivals Set For Bailly Battle Following Mourinho Fall-Out

United Rivals Set For Bailly Battle Following Mourinho Fall-Out

However, the Ivory Coast worldwide has not started for United since their defeat to Brighton in August, making two substitute appearances in the wins at Burnley and Watford. But after a poor performance against Brighton & Hove Albion at the start of the season in a 3-2 defeat, Bailly was dropped by Mourinho despite being one of many who failed to play their best on that day.

The Mirror reports that Arsenal and Tottenham are both interested in the Ivory Coast worldwide and could make a move in January if Bailly remains an outcast at that point.

The newspaper said that Bailly has now made a decision to join Arsenal in January.

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The Ivory Coast global has struggled to force his way into United boss Jose Mourinho's plans at this early stage of the new season, prompting speculation that he could be on his way out of Old Trafford. He is an honest man, always ready to give everything for the team. Their only clean sheet of the season came against a Bailly-less United at Old Trafford.

Another report by the Manchester Evening News points out that it appears the United boss has finally settled on Chris Smalling and Victor Lindelof - also culpable during the defeat to Brighton - as his preferred defensive pairing.

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