Queens Park Rangers defender Rio Ferdinand is relishing his to return to Old Trafford on Sunday as his new side take on his former club, Manchester United, Sky Sports has reported.
Ferdinand became one of the most decorated English players in recent history over 12 years at Man Utd, before the club decided against offering him a new contract at the end of last season. He has so far played all 270 minutes of QPR’s Premier League games...More
Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney has said that new loan signing Radamel Falcao among others can inspire the club to winning the Premier League title, reports the Daily Telegraph.
Falcao arrived on a season-long loan from Monaco on transfer deadline day, boasting a hugely prolific scoring record throughout his career in Europe. During the transfer window, they also added Real Madrid star Angel Di Maria for a British record fee, ...More
Crystal Palace manager Neil Warnock has said that Wilfried Zaha has struggled at Manchester United because they are ‘too big’ a club for the England international, Sky Sports has reported.
Zaha joined Man Utd at the beginning of last season for £15m, after he helped Palace to promotion to the Premier League. However, he has struggled significantly at Old Trafford, making just four appearances, and he ended last season on loan at Card...More
Manchester United will be without defender Phil Jones for up to three weeks after he picked up a hamstring injury while playing for England, the Daily Mail has reported.
The former Blackburn Rovers player was forced off after 77 minutes of England’s 2-0 win away to Switzerland in their first Euro 2016 qualifying match. He was replaced by Phil Jagielka, and after being assessed by medical staff from both club and country, he will now ...More
Tom Cleverley has admitted that his Manchester United career is over as he prepares to begin a new chapter with Aston Villa, reports Sky Sports.
The 25-year-old midfielder secured a loan move to Villa Park that was only confirmed after the closure of the transfer window, with special dispensation from the Premier League.
Cleverley expressed his happiness at the switch, and cited the criticism of the United supporters as one of the ...More
Manchester United are ready to break the bank in order to bring fans’ favourite Cristiano Ronaldo back to Old Trafford, according to The Daily Express.
The Red Devils are reportedly preparing an offer of a £300,000 a week contract for their former player, which would make him one of the highest paid stars in the game.
Ronaldo is on a £290,000 a week deal with his current club Real Madrid, but in recent times soaring wages have seen...More
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