Here is Sunday’s news and gossip concerning Manchester United:
David de Gea may have signed a new four-year deal with United, but it appears that a move away from the club may not be entirely out of the question, The Sun report.
The Real Madrid target has had a buyout clause of £30m included in the contract, which may pave the way for a future move.
Louis van Gaal may be about to follow in his goalkeeper’s footsteps by signing an extension with the Red Devils, the Daily Star report.
The Dutchman had initially intended to step down in 2017, but may now extend his stay further.
The Premier League side are plotting a January move for Borussia Dortmund playmaker Marco Reus, according to the Metro.
However, Real Madrid are also in the running for his signature.
Louis van Gaal has hailed Anthony Martial after United’s new signing came off the bench to score a wonderful third goal in the victory over Liverpool, the Daily Mirror report.
“I am very pleased. Anthony’s goal was marvellous. Physically, I can see that he can play in the Premier League,” he said.
Finally, David Beckham wants United captain Wayne Rooney to be a part of his new MLS franchise that launches in 2018, the Daily Star report.
Manchester United News and Goals
Man United hope to pull off January move for Real Madrid target Marco Reus
Louis van Gaal ready to put retirement plans on back-burner and sign new Man United deal