Manchester United

Rooney backs Welbeck move

Manchester United skipper Wayne Rooney has backed striker Danny Welbeck's decision to leave Old Trafford for Arsenal in the off-season.

Arsenal v Manchester United

Arsenal will welcome old rivals Manchester United to the Emirates Stadium on Saturday, with both sides looking to climb into the Premier League's top four.

Falcao rubbishes fitness claims

Manchester United striker Radamel Falcao has rubbished claims he is facing a long-term fitness problem, labelling the suggestions as "pure speculation".

Small Blind boost for United

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal admits Daley Blind faces a long spell out, but nowhere near the six-month absence initially reported by the media.

Blind not facing six months out

Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal expects Daley Blind to be sidelined for a lengthy spell but denied that the midfielder is facing six months out.

Nani keen on Sporting stay

Nani has seemingly made a U-turn on claims he is keen to return to Manchester United, with the winger now stating he is more than happy to remain at Sporting CP.

Rooney praise for Hodgson

England striker Wayne Rooney has lauded the impact Roy Hodgson has had on the team since their disastrous showing at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

Nani retains Red Devils hope

Nani is confident that he still has a future at Manchester United, as long as he can maintain his good form for Sporting CP during his loan stay.

Rooney hails 'special' evening

Wayne Rooney was left revelling in a "special night" of football after his brace helped England see off Scotland 3-1 in Tuesday's friendly in Glasgow.

United coy over January deals

Manchester United chief executive Ed Woodward says the club do not have any major plans for the January transfer period.

Di Maria injury not serious

Argentina coach Gerardo Martino has played down the severity of Angel di Maria's injury, claiming the midfielder suffered 'nothing serious'.

Santos puzzled by Nani loan

Portugal coach Fernando Santos admits he cannot fathom why Nani was allowed to leave Manchester United in the off-season, but is glad he did.

Martino: Di Maria slump normal

Argentina coach Gerardo Martino says he is unsurprised by Angel Di Maria's dip in form following a flying start to the campaign.

Kenwright: Rooney will come home

Everton chairman Bill Kenwright is confident that Manchester United star Wayne Rooney will return to Goodison Park to see out his career.

'Fellaini cannot play football'

Former Croatia international Zvonimir Boban has questioned the decision to play Marouane Fellaini ahead of Radja Nainggolan in the Belgium team.

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