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Fred Is Highly Critical Of His Manchester United Perfomances After Summer Move

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Brazilian midfielder Fred has criticised his outings for Manchester United since he signed for club during the summer’s transfer window.

The 25-year-old spoke about his performances in the red shirt in an interview with the club’s TV channel, MUTV.

The Brazilian international star has struggled to impose himself in the Manchester United since his expensive transfer from Ukrainian side Shakhtar Donetsk this summer.

Fred has made six appearances in all competitions for his new club this season.

He scored his first goal for Manchester United last weekend during the 1-1 draw at home to newly-promoted side Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League.

Fred shot the hosts into an 18th-minute lead before they were pegged back by a wonderful strike from 2016 European Championship winner Joao Moutinho.

Wolverhampton Wanderers thereafter held on for a valuable point as Fred and the Red Devils dropped points for the third game after the conclusion of Matchday 6 fixtures.

The result left Manchester United eight points adrift of league leaders Liverpool before Fred and his new team suffered another disappointing result.

They were booted out of this season’s Carabao Cup by Championship outfit Derby County via penalties in their third round clash at Old Trafford after both sides played out a 2-2 draw at the end of regulation time.

Frank Lampard’s men triumph 8-7 on penalties to surprisingly book a fourth-round spot at the expense of their more illustrious opponents.

Fred has played in six games this season and he would be hoping him and the team’s fortunes change for the better starting from Saturday’s Premier League duel at West Ham United.

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