Juan Mata believes that Man United effectively have five cup finals left this season if they are to salvage anything from what has been a considerably lackluster campaign so far, according to The Daily Star.
David Moyes’ men still mathematically have an outside chance of making the Champions League, but they will have to be on absolute top form if they are to reach the tournament for what would be a 15th consecutive season.
Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez is one of several players likely to leave Old Trafford this summer, and Atletico Madrid are keen on securing the services of the Mexican, according to the Metro.
The La Liga leaders may have identified Hernandez as a possible replacement for top scorer Diego Costa, who is expected to be the subject of a bidding war during the close-season, with Premier League title hopefuls Chelsea among tho...More
Former Newcastle United chairman Freddy Shepherd has claimed he tried to bring Sir Alex Ferguson from Manchester United to replace Kevin Keegan in 1997, ESPN has reported.
Ferguson, who only became a Sir after winning the treble in 1999, was approached by the Magpies after Keegan resigned. United had recently beaten Newcastle to the title despite Newcastle at one point establishing a 12-point lead.
“When Keegan left we tried to get ...More
Darren Fletcher has said Manchester United’s players are fighting for their future at the Premier League club ahead of an anticipated summer overhaul from manager David Moyes, Sky Sports has reported.
United exited the Champions League on Wednesday night, going down 4-2 on aggregate to holders Bayern Munich, and are seven points adrift of the top four place that would see them qualify for next year’s competition via their league plac...More
Manchester United manager David Moyes believes Wayne Rooney’s performance in the Champions League defeat against Bayern Munich was severely hampered by his foot injury, ESPN has reported.
Rooney had a pain-killing injection to allow him to play at the Allianz Arena after chipping a bone in his toe in the first-leg at Old Trafford last week. The England striker sat out United’s weekend win over Newcastle but returned to the starting X...More
David Moyes has insisted Manchester United don’t need Champions League football to appeal to the world’s best players this summer, according to the Daily Telegraph.
United were eliminated from this year’s competition on Wednesday night by holders Bayern Munich, going down to a 4-2 aggregate defeat. Meanwhile, the Premier League champions look unlikely to qualify for next year’s tournament by virtue of their league position - United a...More
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