Manchester United could make a huge move for Gareth Bale after it emerged that Real Madrid could be willing to sell the Welsh ace, the Daily Star has reported.
United have been repeatedly linked with Bale in recent weeks and it is said that Louis van Gaal is a huge admirer of the player.
Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti had previously stated that he and the club would not be particularly interested in parting with the world record signin...More
Manchester United are planning to capitalise on reports that former Chelsea and Arsenal defender Ashely Cole is unsettled and make a shock move to bring him back to the Premier League, according to the Daily Express.
Cole left Stamford Bridge in the summer after Chelsea chose to not renew the ex-England International’s contract.
A host of clubs were interested in the left back but Cole opted for new challenge abroad with Roma, but r...More
Of the many disappointing aspects of David Moyes’ tenure as Manchester United manager, one of the greatest was the contribution of Marouane Fellaini. The Belgium international followed Moyes from Everton but his performances were so lifeless it wasn’t expected he’d last much longer at Old Trafford than his mentor, sacked in April. That the transfer window closed with Fellaini still at the club was a major surprise.
It was thought tha...More
Chelsea take their unbeaten record to Old Trafford in an intriguing game which sees Manchester United come up against a side from last season’s top four for the first time under Louis van Gaal.
With a short trip to Manchester City and a game against Arsenal also on the horizon, this match begins a sequence which could define what the Red Devils achieve this season, and also reveal how - or indeed if - they can compete against the bes...More
Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw has admitted that he is still looking to find top form as he adapts to life at Old Trafford, the FA.com has reported.
The 19-year-old became one of the world’s most expensive teenagers when he was signed for £27m from Southampton in the summer, having been almost an ever-present in the Premier League for the Saints last season and showed enough promise to be selected in England’s squad for...More
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has backed striker and fellow Dutchman Robin van Persie to start finding the net again following a disappointing run in front of goal, reports the Daily Telegraph.
The former Arsenal star is set to lead the forward line and captain United for the third game in succession when they take on Premier League leaders Chelsea at Old Trafford on Sunday, with regular skipper Wayne Rooney still absent t...More
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