Friday’s biggest Manchester United news and transfer gossip.
England manager Roy Hodgson says that 29-year-old striker Wayne Rooney’s place in his squad is not guaranteed, despite the Manchester United forward having become the country’s all-time leading scorer, the Daily Star reports.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal, 64, says he is different to Arsenal counterpart Arsene Wenger and former Red Devils boss Sir Alex Ferguson as he needed different challenges during his career, the Daily Mail reports.
Van Gaal said winger Ashley Young was “very important” to United after the 30-year-old was left out of the latest England squad, according to the Daily Telegraph.
Anthony Martial rejected a bigger offer from an unnamed club in order to complete his dream move to Manchester United this summer, the Monaco vice president has said, via the Metro.
The France striker moved to Old Trafford on deadline day for a deal worth a potential £58million in a move that shocked the football world.