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Chris Smalling and Daley Blind impress at the back for Manchester United

The ESPN FC crew react to Manchester United's 4-0 thrashing of Club Brugge, which Craig Burley insists is a smokescreen and only hides United's issues.

Heading into the season, the primary concern with regard to Manchester United's ability to mount a serious title challenge was an apparent weakness at the back, particularly in key centre-half positions.

A tally of 37 goals conceded in the 2014-15 campaign was certainly not a poor return -- and only five more than the league's best defence of Chelsea -- but none of Louis van Gaal's central defensive options had ever truly convinced.

The fact that eight different players started at least two league...

 By Simon Curtis

Manchester City eyeing another legendary victory against Watford

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini says his side are focused only on Watford in the Premier League, after being handed a tough group stage draw in the UEFA Champions League.

When Joe Hart walks out onto the flat green Etihad playing field on Saturday to start Manchester City's game against Watford, it's a pretty good bet he will not be affording his early 80s City goalkeeping namesake Joe Corrigan too many thoughts.

However, wherever ex-Aston Villa, Coventry, Oxford and Manchester City left-back Bobby McDonald is these days, he most certainly will be moved to give the ex-City and England giant a quiet few moments in his own prematch reflections.

City and Watford have...

 By Nick Miller

Premier League transfer sagas: Ramos, De Gea, Benzema, Stones, Pedro

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says the transfer window should close before the season starts, in the wake of big transfers by Manchester City and Chelsea this week.

This summer has seen its fair share of transfer sagas, sometimes tedious, sometimes bizarre, sometimes entertaining. Here are 10 of the best from the Premier League that are either done and dusted, or still causing us issues.

10) Lewis Grabban to Bournemouth - ONGOING

Has anyone ever been quite so desperate to move to Bournemouth? In some respects it might be understandable that Grabban wants to return to the south coast, given that he spent a couple of productive years there before joining Norwich...

 By Ben Pearce

Son Heung-Min boosts Tottenham, but time is ticking to land a striker

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes breaks down the Europa League group stage draw, with Tottenham facing tough matches.

Time may be running out, but as deadline day looms Tottenham are ticking off the areas that needed to be strengthened at the start of the summer.

At least one centre-back was required and Spurs have signed two, bringing in Toby Alderweireld and Kevin Wimmer. An experienced central midfielder was also needed, plus at least one striker and an attacking midfielder, if not two.

Nacer Chadli and Christian Eriksen lacked viable competition and cover last season, while Erik Lamela and Andros Townsend...

 By Musa Okwonga

Daley Blind an unsung hero at Manchester United

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop says Manchester United need to try to sign Real Madrid star Gareth Bale.

Manchester United may make one final push for a big-name signing in the final days of the transfer window, with the club linked with Barcelona's Neymar and Bayern Munich's Thomas Muller.

They have spent much of the summer in a fruitless pursuit of Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos, yet there is a player who will never receive as much fanfare as this trio, and whose form may be truly crucial to United's fortunes this season. Step forward, Daley Blind.

Of United's back four who have begun the season in reassuringly...