Manchester United

  • Fellaini prepared to suffer broken bones...

    Marouane Fellaini says he would break bones for Jose Mourinho after emerging as a key figure at Manchester United. The Belgium international has not always seen his skill set embraced at Old Trafford since completing a £27.5 million move from Everton in 2013. He has often being...

    Fellaini prepared to suffer broken bones for Mourinho as he plans Man Utd stay

    Marouane Fellaini says he would break bones for Jose Mourinho after emerging as a key figure at Manchester United. The Belgium international has not always seen his skill set embraced at Old Trafford since completing a £27.5 million move from Everton in 2013. He has often being accused of embodying what United became in the wake of Sir Alex Ferguson’s departure, with the club seen to have deserted their footballing roots. Darmian wants Man Utd stay Fellaini has, however, taken on an important role under Mourinho in 2016-17 and is grateful to the Portuguese coach for having restored confidence in his ability both from himself and those in the stands. The 29-year-old, who made 47 appearances in all competitions this season, told hln.be: “When I feel that people trust me, I’m prepared to do everything. “If I have to break my foot for him [Mourinho], I’ll do it. That’s me. Even when I’m in pain, I play.” Fellaini will form part of Mourinho’s plans once again in 2017-18, having seen a 12-month extension option in his contract triggered. He is, however, looking past that point and hopes fresh terms will be tabled at some stage which allow him to further extend his time with the Red Devils. Griezmann denies Utd reports “Now I am here at Manchester United, I'm in and want to stay here,” Fellaini added. “I work every day with great players, with great staff, at a great club and I'm happy to be here and try to give everything for this club.” Fellaini figured in all three of United’s 2016-17 trophy triumphs, with the Belgian gracing the Community Shield, EFL Cup final and Europa League final.

  • Darmian wants Manchester United stay

    Matteo Darmian suggested that he is happy to remain at Manchester United, but stated now is not the right time to talk about his future. The Italy full-back struggled to break into Jose Mourinho's starting XI in the early stages of the season and has consistently been linked wit...

    Darmian wants Manchester United stay

    Matteo Darmian suggested that he is happy to remain at Manchester United, but stated now is not the right time to talk about his future. The Italy full-back struggled to break into Jose Mourinho's starting XI in the early stages of the season and has consistently been linked with a move away from Old Trafford. No rest for Dybala and Higuain However, Darmian was a regular feature towards the end of the season and played a crucial role in the Red Devils' 2-0 Europa League final victory over Ajax on Wednesday. And the 27-year-old, who has two years to run on his contract, hinted that a transfer away is not on his mind. "I have a contract with United for two more years and I am feeling well here," Darmian told Gazzetta dello Sport. "This is maybe not the moment to talk about my future, having just won the Europa League." United, who finished sixth in the Premier League, threw all their efforts into winning the Europa League in order to secure Champions League football and Darmian was thrilled the gamble did not backfire. "It was hard to make it to the final, but it gives a lot of satisfaction when you win the trophy," he added. "It was the first time for Untited to win this trophy, we have made history."

  • Gerrard to take on Man Utd again in Carr...

    Michael Carrick has confirmed former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard is the latest star name to commit to his testimonial next week. A Manchester United 2008 XI will take on a Carrick All-Star team at Old Trafford on June 4. Griezmann denies Man United reports Gary Neville, R...

    Gerrard to take on Man Utd again in Carrick's testimonial

    Michael Carrick has confirmed former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard is the latest star name to commit to his testimonial next week. A Manchester United 2008 XI will take on a Carrick All-Star team at Old Trafford on June 4. Griezmann denies Man United reports Gary Neville, Rio Ferdinand, Nemanja Vidic, Patrice Evra, Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs are among the former players lining up for United in a team that will be managed by Alex Ferguson. And Carrick has revealed Gerrard, who made a Liverpool return in a post-season friendly victory over Sydney FC this week, will be one of the All-Star players trying to get one over United, resuming the many battles he had with the club in his playing days. He will join the likes of Frank Lampard, Robbie Keane, Eric Abidal and Gaizka Mendieta in a team managed by Harry Redknapp. Carrick said of Gerrard: "I have known him for a long time and played with him for England. He is probably one of the reasons I haven't had as many England caps as I would like! "He is such a great player who has done so many great things over the years. I have had some big battles with him over the years, obviously big rivals, playing in the same position.  "But I always felt there was big respect between us. I'm really, really happy that he is coming back to play here in my testimonial."

  • 'I'm still a Colchonero' – Griezmann rej...

    Atletico Madrid star Antoine Griezmann has seemingly rejected reports suggesting a deal has been struck for him to join Manchester United, claiming he is yet to make a final decision over his future. As well as insisting he remains a Colchonero – a term used to describe players,...

    'I'm still a Colchonero' – Griezmann rejects claims Man Utd deal is done

    Atletico Madrid star Antoine Griezmann has seemingly rejected reports suggesting a deal has been struck for him to join Manchester United, claiming he is yet to make a final decision over his future. As well as insisting he remains a Colchonero – a term used to describe players, coaches and fans associated to Atleti – the France international declared recent rumours about his next move were inaccurate. Bernardo Silva signs for Manchester City Griezmann declared no verdict on his future will be reached until he has held talks with his representatives. "The rumours are unfounded, I am still a Colchonero," Griezmann wrote on Twitter late on Friday.  "My destiny will be decided after discussing it with my sporting advisors." Speculation linking Griezmann with a move to Old Trafford has intensified over the past week. First, the 26-year-old rated his chances of a move to United as "six out of 10", a chance that was reported to have increased significantly when Jose Mourinho's men won the Europa League to seal a place in next season's Champions League. Griezmann then hinted he was willing to leave Atletico by revealing at his autobiography launch that he would consider his chances of winning trophies when he considers his future this off-season. But the forward has a €100million release clause in his Atletico contract and club president Enrique Cerezo has said he does not expect a club to meet that fee. Griezmann scored 26 goals in 53 appearances for Atletico across all competitions this season.

  • Baby, I'm coming home! Evra could not be...

    It looks like Patrice Evra is ever so slightly looking forward to returning to Old Trafford next week. Tite: Coutinho is perfect for Barcelona The Marseille full-back is due to take part in Michael Carrick's testimonial match next Sunday, in which a team comprising members of t...

    Baby, I'm coming home! Evra could not be happier about Old Trafford return

    It looks like Patrice Evra is ever so slightly looking forward to returning to Old Trafford next week. Tite: Coutinho is perfect for Barcelona The Marseille full-back is due to take part in Michael Carrick's testimonial match next Sunday, in which a team comprising members of the Champions League-winning side of 2008 will face an All-Star XI. Evra, a winner of 10 major trophies in a glittering United career, will get the chance to line up alongside old team-mates including Rio Ferdinand, Nemanja Vidic, Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs, with Alex Ferguson to lead the team as manager.   Red alert breaking news!!! I'm coming to #carricktestimonial @carras16 @manchesterunited @redOT baby I'm coming home  Fergie sorry#beyonce i kill it  can't you see is no other team above you what you have to do when a player like me love you I love this game something don't feel right I'm feeling to high I'm coming to carrick testimonial hahahaahah #ilovethisgame#forevrared#united#manchesterunited#manchester#red#respect#redevils#love#life#winner#championsleague#manchesterunited2008#teams#champions#beapanda#proud#family#goals#redarmy#reunited#home#oldtrafford#baby#ferguson#united A post shared by Patrice Evra (@patrice.evra) on May 26, 2017 at 6:56am PDT The 36-year-old is rarely shy about sharing his emotions via his official Instagram page but his latest post, which you can see above, is among the more excitable short videos you are likely to see!

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