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Manchester United

 By Mike Whalley

Man United's Raheem Sterling enquiry rejected by Liverpool - sources

The ESPN FC team discuss Raheem Sterling's future at Liverpool, but Shaka Hislop still believes Sterling should remain at Anfield.
Liverpool forward Raheem Sterling is set to ask Brendan Rodgers for a transfer away from Anfield next week, with several other Premier League stars looking to resolve contract issues in the upcoming window.
Our football experts discuss Raheem Sterling's potential departure from Anfield.

Liverpool have rejected an approach from Manchester United for England international Raheem Sterling.

United have registered an interest in Sterling, 20, but have been told he is not for sale, sources have told ESPN FC.

It is extremely unlikely that the winger would move to Old Trafford given the intense rivalry between the two clubs.

Sterling is currently involved in a protracted contract stand-off with his club, which has cast his Anfield future into doubt.

He is expected to tell Liverpool that...

 By Musa Okwonga

Man Utd summer business out to regain balance as Woodward plans

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti believes Tottenham Hotspur could sell Harry Kane to Manchester United for the right price, but he's still skeptical about the transfer rumour.

Louis van Gaal's speech at Manchester United's annual awards dinner on Tuesday night was an instant classic.

But the following morning, it is a relatively more sedate segment of his talk that has caught the eye. When addressing the need for the club to buy new players, the Dutchman stated: "Our selection is out of balance. We have managed to be fourth but we have to manage to be the champions. We have to manage the balance and then improve it because we want to be the champions. It shall be a rough...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Di Maria, Mangala have much to prove for Man United, Man City next season

Angel Di Maria has struggled to settle at Manchester United during his first season in the Premier League, but the Argentine has high aspirations at Old Trafford.

Sunday proved humbling for Manchester City's most expensive new player. At Swansea, Eliaquim Mangala put in a defensive display to suggest why City have not been too keen to publicly reveal how much the Frenchman actually cost.

Meanwhile, Angel Di Maria, a confirmed £59.7 million signing, could only watch from the Old Trafford bench as Manchester United drew 1-1 with Arsenal.

David De Gea's 73rd-minute injury and the need to bring on Victor Valdes as a goalkeeping replacement left United...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Mario Mandzukic, Christian Benteke, Radamel Falcao in transfer triangle

ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti discusses the likelihood of Bastian Schweinsteiger moving to Manchester United from Bayern Munich.
Radamel Falcao has just four goals since joining Manchester United.
Radamel Falcao could be the linchpin for a deal involving Christian Benteke and Mario Mandzukic.

As the majority of the world's leagues ready for the season's end, the rumours continue to pick up steam. Things are starting to get real, transfer fans ...

Top strikers on the move

It's a tangled web, this transfer business, so bear with us here. The principal players in this latest striker shakeup in Europe are Radamel Falcao, the Monaco loanee whose £43.5 million option to buy seems unlikely to be picked up by Manchester United; Christian Benteke, the relegation revelation for Aston Villa and...

 By Paul Parker

Van Gaal's Manchester United can't let old boy Steve Bruce embarrass them

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says he hopes the warm reception given to wantaway goalkeeper David de Gea, will convince the Spain international that his long-term future is at Old Trafford.

Wayne Rooney wasn't kidding anyone when he tried to put a positive spin on a disappointing campaign this week by declaring that the season's main objective of qualifying for the UEFA Champions League had been achieved.

Yes, they will finish in the top four compared to seventh in 2013-14, but a trophyless season simply isn't good enough for a club like Manchester United.

Full marks to manager Louis van Gaal for echoing the club's competitive ethos when he warned of a "rough summer" for some of his...