Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s professionalism has impressed Manchester United coaches as he is now locating a permanent residence away from The Lowry Hotel, according to reports.
He is said to be confident of succeeding at Old Trafford despite his mixed start to life in England under Jose Mourinho.
The Armenian hasn’t received a fair chance to showcase his talent at Man United following his £26.3million move from Borussia Dortmund in the summer.
After making just one appearance since his full debut against Manchester City on September 10, Mourinho has confirmed Mkhitaryan will finally have a role to play in Thursday’s Europa League tie against Feyenoord.
He’s a seriously talented player but has also previously struggled to settle in at the Westfalenstadion, hopes are Mourinho can continue to ease him into football as the 27-year-old looks to find his feet.
After training alone at Carrington on a day off last month, he has impressed coaches, but his habit dates back to his stint at Shakhtar Donetsk as he’s strived for perfection throughout his career.
Mkhitaryan would walk into our current squad with ease when he finds his form and I can’t wait to see him back in action against Feyenoord.