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Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal has admitted it will be tough for his squad to cope with the threat of Leicester's Jamie Vardy.
Defender Phil Jones and midfielder Ander Herrera are out of Manchester United's trip to table-topping Leicester City on Saturday.
Luke Shaw will have a scan later today to discover whether his slim hopes of playing for England at Euro 2016 are still realistic.
Manchester United striker James Wilson has left on loan to join promotion-chasers Brighton & Hove Albion for the rest of the season.
Wayne Rooney says Manchester United must rediscover their killer instinct in order to avoid an early exit from the Champions League.
Manchester United will give their youngsters a chance to shine, despite the need for instant results, according to Louis van Gaal.
It was an all-too familiar tale for Manchester United at Old Trafford as they failed to break down PSV Eindhoven in a drab 0-0 draw.
Manchester United target Rodrigo Dourado could be sold in January, according to Internacional vice president Carlos Pellegrini.
Louis van Gaal has told Memphis Depay he will not win back his place in the Manchester United first team after one good performance.
Manchester United have joined the queue of top clubs sizing up a January swoop for Walsall's teenage left-back Rico Henry.
Wayne Rooney, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Anthony Martial are available for Manchester Utd's Champions League clash with PSV Eindhoven.
Chinese Super League bosses are reportedly looking to try and entice Wayne Rooney away from Manchester United with a lucrative deal.
Manchester United midfielder Nick Powell is back in the shop window after coming through an outing against Norwich City's reserves.
Manchester United could be without 10 players for Wednesday night's Champions League Group B clash against PSV Eindhoven.
Manchester United could make a move for Barcelona centre-back Marc Barta after he changed his agent, according to Mundo Deportivo.
Manchester United forward Jesse Lingard believes the last-gasp winner against Watford on Saturday sent out a strong statement of intent to their title rivals.