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  1. 'Sancho being left out is a worry'published at 15:21

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    BBC Radio Manchester's Gaz Drinkwater and Joe McGrath expressed their concern for winger Jadon Sancho on The Devil's Advocate podcast.

    The former Borussia Dortmund attacker has been left out of Erik ten Hag's side that travelled to Spain for a warm-weather training camp ahead of the return of domestic football so he can continue to work on an individual programme.

    But Gaz believes there could be a bigger issue, saying: "I don't actually know what the full ins and outs of Sancho being left out is but it is a worry.

    "He is not a winger that is going to chase every ball down and look like he is working really hard and Ten Hag may not like that about him.

    "In recent games when he has gone off the boil a little bit in terms of form there have been games where it is evident that the effort is not there."

    McGrath is also concerned, adding: "That would be the biggest shame for me since the Fergie era of a player not living up to the potential at United - if Sancho is one of those players that doesn't make the cut.

    "We were linked to him for so long and he had glimpses of being a future star in some of the games last year.

    "If this is going to be him not having his moment and Ten Hag using other wide midfielders and other attacking options I will be so upset because he had so much promise and I had so much hope for him in a United shirt."

    Listen to what else Joe and Gaz had to say about Sancho, the World Cup and going to school with Adrien Rabiot on BBC Radio Sounds.

  2. Where are Man Utd playing before domestic football returns? published at 13:38

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    With the return of domestic football now just two weeks away for Premier League clubs, here's a rundown of Manchester United's fixtures.

    The Old Trafford side are currently in Spain for a warm-weather training camp and will play a pair of friendlies against La Liga teams to cap off their preparations for the season restart.

    • Wednesday, 7 December, Cadiz v Manchester United, Cadiz 20:00 GMT

    • Saturday, 10 December, Real Betis v Manchester United, Seville, 18:00 GMT

    Before returning to Premier League action the Red Devils will take on Championship side Burnley in the League Cup on Wednesday, 21 December (20:00 GMT).

  3. Transfer news: United out of Bellingham racepublished at 07:51

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    Manchester United are out of the race to sign England midfielder Jude Bellingham, 19, from Borussia Dortmund. Liverpool, Manchester City and Real Madrid are the front runners. (Sky Sports Germany), external

    Atletico Madrid's Slovenia international Jan Oblak, 29, is Manchester United's main target as they look to bring in a new keeper. (Fichajes - in Spanish), external

    Meanwhile, the Old Trafford club have opened talks with Switzerland goalkeeper Yann Sommer as the 33-year-old's contract with Borussia Monchengladbach runs out in the summer. (Bild, via Mirror), external

    Elsewhere, Inter Milan would find it hard to turn down an offer of 50m euros (£43m) with add-ons worth 10m euros (£8.6m) for Dutch defender Denzel Dumfries, 26, who has been linked with Chelsea and Manchester United. (Calciomercato - in Italian), external

    Want more transfer stories? Read Tuesday's full gossip column

  4. Sancho misses Man Utd Spain trippublished at 09:04 5 December

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    Jadon Sancho will miss Manchester United’s two-match mid-season trip to Spain.

    Sancho was part of the England squad that reached last year’s European Championship final but has struggled for form and fitness this season.

    The 22-year-old has not figured for United since the draw at Chelsea on 22 October.

    United say Sancho is missing the trip, which features games against La Liga duo Cadiz and Real Betis, as he is "continuing his individual training programme as part of a process to get back to his highest level".

  5. Transfer news: United ready to make Gakpo movepublished at 07:44 5 December

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    Manchester United are ready to move for Cody Gakpo in January as PSV Eindhoven are willing to sell the Netherlands striker, 23, following his impressive form at the World Cup. (Sun), external

    However, United would have to pay £50m for Gakpo - double what PSV wanted in the summer - so may switch their attention to AC Milan's Portugal forward Rafael Leao, 23. (Mirror), external

    Manchester United failed to sign Brighton's Ecuadorian midfielder Moises Caicedo for £3.6m two years ago and will have to pay up to £70m for the 21-year-old this time around. (Sun), external

    Want more transfer stories? Read Monday's full gossip column

  6. Transfer news: United keen on Felixpublished at 08:18 2 December

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    Manchester United are keen on signing Atletico Madrid forward Joao Felix, with the Spanish club willing to sell the 23-year-old for 100m euros (£86m). (AS - in Spanish), external

    However, the Red Devils will face competition from Paris St-Germain and Bayern Munich. (Mail), external

    AC Milan are hopeful 23-year-old Portugal forward Rafael Leao, who has been linked with Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City, will sign a new contract with the Serie A side. (Calciomercato, via Football Italia), external

    Want more transfer stories? Read Friday's full gossip column

  7. Transfer news: United make contact with Gakpo published at 08:05 1 December

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    Manchester United are in contact with the agents of PSV Eindhoven forward Cody Gakpo over a move for the 23-year-old in January. (Fabrizio Romano), external

    United will exercise a clause in 25-year-old England forward Marcus Rashford's contract to extend it by another 12 months and stop him talking to other clubs. (Mirror), external

    Real Madrid are monitoring Manchester United and Portugal midfielder Bruno Fernandes, 28, at the World Cup. (Record - in Portuguese), external

    Cristiano Ronaldo, 37, has received an offer from Saudi Arabian side Al-Nassr FC following his exit from United, which would see him earn £150m per season. (Telegraph - subscription required), external

    However, it is thought the Portugal star still wants to play Champions League football and has not yet accepted the offer. (Sun), external

    Finally, United have joined Arsenal in the race to sign 15-year-old Scottish defender Jack Wylie from Rangers. (Mirror), external

    Want more transfer stories? Read Thursday’s full gossip column

  8. 'Play players in form' - Richards on starting Rashfordpublished at 10:32 30 November

    Players who have scored World Cup goals for England on one graphic include Lineker, Rooney, Kane, Charlton, Owen and Rashford

    Match of the Day pundit Micah Richards says he would start England forward Marcus Rashford in the World Cup last-16 tie against Senegal.

    The 25-year-old scored two goals in the Three Lions 3-0 win against Wales in their final group stage game, including England's 100th goal at a World Cup finals.

    His goals also made him the first Manchester United player to score three goals at a World Cup since Bobby Charlton in 1966. If equalling a World Cup winner's mark wasn't enough, Rashford can boast an eye-catching three goals in just 107 minutes of action at the tournament.

    "He missed a couple of squads towards the end of last season and they have brought him back but that is what happens," Richards told the World Cup Daily Podcast.

    "When Gareth Southgate said he was going to pick players on form, if you look at Harry Maguire he is the only player coming into the tournament who hasn't played many games - he trusts him though.

    "Rashford though has been expectational, all throughout this season actually. He offers something different and runs in behind. He has got killer pace and that beautiful whippy dippy technique the way he strikes the ball. It would have been devastating for him if he couldn't showcase all this.

    "This was his fist start for a couple of years but he has took his chance tonight and that is all he can do. Whether he starts the next game is a question but you have to play players in form and I would start him next game."

    At half-time Southgate made both Rashford and Phil Foden swap wings resulting in each player scoring second-half goals.

    Former Premier League defender, Matthew Upson added: "I like Rashford on the right. Nobody wants to see you play with that pace on the outside and then he gets his head up on his strong foot.

    "The next layer for him being able to be a top player in that position - we know he can score goals but being able to get his head up and find someone arriving on the penalty spot or dink one to the back post. Then we are seeing a really top player."

    Listen to the full podcast on BBC Sounds

  9. Transfer news: Rashford to be offered new dealpublished at 08:13 30 November

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    Manchester United will offer England forward Marcus Rashford, 25, a new long-term deal with his current contract due to expire in June. (Fabrizio Romano), external

    Bayern Munich CEO Oliver Kahn says his club will not be signing Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo, 37, in January following his departure from Manchester United. (Sky Germany, via Mirror), external

    Want more transfer stories? Read Wednesday’s full gossip column

  10. Rashford strikes again to hit Charlton's markpublished at 07:44 30 November

    Manchester United fans must be excited by what Marcus Rashford could bring back to the Premier League season given his form at the Qatar World Cup.

    His brace against Wales took his tally at the tournament to three and placed him as joint-top scorer.

    After the game he tweeted: "To hear that I've scored the 100th England goal at the World Cup Finals is unbelievable. The Wales game was good but let's stay focused and just be ready for the game on Sunday."

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  11. United's midfield man is Brazil's unlikely heropublished at 13:24 29 November

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    He was described before the match as Brazil's key "invisible man", by full-time Casemiro was being lauded as the "best midfielder in the world".

    Brazil's World Cup match against Switzerland looked to be heading for a dour, goalless draw but the Manchester United player had other ideas.

    With seven minutes remaining and some fans heading for the exits, Casemiro fired an unstoppable, angled drive into the far corner of the net to leave the remaining supporters roaring in delight and fire his side into the last 16 with a game to spare.

    "I scored but is important to have assisted the whole team," said the midfielder, who was player of the match.

    "When we win, we win together, when we lose, we lose together. It doesn't change my mindset.

    "This is a group, the Brazil national team as players, we must play as a group. That is most important to get the title."

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  12. Latest Devil's Advocate podcast out now! published at 09:57 29 November

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    On the latest episode of the Devil's Advocate, the news of Manchester United’s potential sale is settling in for Gaz and Joe.

    United fan Kim Burdett joins the chat and discusses some of the potential buyers, with the likes of Apple, Elon Musk and Sir Jim Ratcliffe all getting a mention.

  13. 'In an England shirt this lad has never let us down' - Ferdinand on Maguirepublished at 09:19 29 November

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    Rio Ferdinand says Harry Maguire has never let England down and fully deserves his place in Gareth Southgate's side.

    Speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live's World Cup Daily, Ferdinand said the way the England set up is completely different to Manchester United, with the Three Lions' style playing to Maguire's strengths.

    He said: "You look at United and their average position when they’re in possession, the two centre backs are at least in the opposition half. That creates a big distance between where they are and where the goalkeeper is and that space can really kill you if they manage to beat the press.

    "That’s one of the reasons he is not in that team. With England, he’s not asked to cover those big distances so he can stay a bit deeper, they have a lower block, and the space between him and the goalkeeper is not as big, so it protects him from that one area.

    "He himself would say that one of the weaknesses in his game is pace and mobility. If you are negating that with the way the team sets up, his biggest assets come into play. Taking the ball, playing, being confident with the ball, we saw that against USA.

    "I don’t care what you think about Harry Maguire at United, in an England shirt this lad has never let us down. He’s been a top performer, he’s been in the team of the tournament at the Euros and he deserves to play in the team."

    Listen to the Wales v England preview on BBC Sounds

  14. Transfer news: United for Fernandez and eye Zubimendipublished at 08:14 29 November

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    Manchester United have been quoted a price of £100m if they want to sign Argentina and Benfica midfielder Enzo Fernandez, 21, in the January transfer window. (Record via Daily Mail, external)

    Manchester United are also interested in Spain and Real Sociedad midfielder Martin Zubimendi, 23, who has a £52m release clause. (Express, external)

    Meanwhile the Old Trafford club are open to recalling on-loan players in the January transfer window, including English right-back Ethan Laird, 21, at QPR, 19-year-old Tunisia midfielder Hannibal Mejbri from Birmingham City and Ivory Coast winger Amad Diallo, 20, from Sunderland. (Manchester Evening News), external

    Want more transfer stories? Read Tuesday's full gossip column

  15. 'Special moment I will remember forever'published at 07:54 29 November

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    Bruno Fernandes says Monday's win over Uruguay will live with him forever after his brace saw Portugal progress to the last 16 in Qatar.

    The Manchester United midfielder has been directly involved in eight goals in his last five appearances for his country, scoring five and assisting three.

    After the game he wrote on Twitter:, external "Excellent game of all of us and qualification guaranteed! Special moment I will remember forever when scoring in this competition."