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Manchester United still dogged by too many unknowns

Although Sir Alex Ferguson recently admitted that his discipline may have cost Manchester United titles, it is still irrefutable that his passionate approach yielded United 13 league titles in his 27-year tenure at Old Trafford.

If someone had told you a few years ago that Manchester United fans would be dissatisfied with a transfer window that saw the club get rid of plenty of deadwood and bring in the likes of Bastian Schweinsteiger, you'd never have believed them.

United have seemingly finally solved the midfield problem, spoiled for choice with top-quality options in the centre of the park for the first time in over a decade. Yet there aren't many supporters who are content with the business United and executive...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Anthony Martial fee gets bigger, Florentino Perez blasts Man United

The ESPN FC crew discuss how Manchester United should deal with David De Gea's situation for club and country.

As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to the latest rumours and gossip -- even now that the window has closed. See all the summer deals right here.

TOP STORY: Martial money keeps going up

Manchester United made what some (everybody) would perceive to be a transfer deadline-day panic-buy with the £36 million acquisition of Monaco starlet Anthony Martial, but the real shock came when the French club revealed the eventual fee could rise as high as £57.6 million.


 By Chris Wright

Man Utd's summer signings predicted by Nostradamus 460 years ago

The ESPN FC crew share their thoughts on the overall success of Manchester United's transfer window.

Noticing a distinct pattern emerging in Manchester United's summer dealings, Reddit user GrabbingTheBrassRing decided to leaf through Nostradamus' historical tome "The Prophecies" for answers.

He was duly rendered agog (with tongue firmly entrenched in cheek) after being astonished to discover that almost all of the club's main transfer ins and outs had been predicted some 460 years ago. Well, sort of anyway.

First up was Memphis Depay's £25 million acquisition, which Nostradamus indisputably...

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Man United's Gareth Bale hopes ruined by David De Gea, Real Madrid saga

The ESPN FC team wonder if Man United may ever get Gareth Bale but it looks like that ship has sailed...

As always, Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse when it comes to the latest rumours and gossip -- even on the day after the window closes. See all the latest deals from this summer right here.

TOP STORY: Man United's Gareth Bale hopes are ruined

The summer transfer window may be over but the fallout is spreading across the footballing world. Manchester United and Real Madrid have been at war since David De Gea's failed move to the Bernabeu, and the Daily Star now reports that the collapse...

 By Andy Mitten

Another Manchester United transfer window full of squad turnover

The ESPN FC crew share their thoughts on the overall success of Manchester United's transfer window.

At a news conference to announce new signings earlier this summer, Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal said that his squad needed to be increased in numbers in order to cope with the likely demands of playing in four competitions this season. United had 27 first-team squad members at the end of last season. With the summer transfer window just finished, the Reds now have 24 first-team players, just 18 of them senior, going into the next game against Liverpool.

Ben Amos and Anders Lindegaard...

 By Musa Okwonga

Van Gaal and De Gea's marriage of convenience at Manchester United

How can David De Gea be reintegrated in the Manchester United team?

After Real Madrid's unaccountably slow handling of David De Gea's planned move to Spain, the goalkeeper is set to remain at Old Trafford for at least half a season more. Depending primarily on De Gea's attitude and that of his boss Louis van Gaal, his remaining time at Old Trafford could benefit the club tremendously.

The first question is whether De Gea would fit immediately back into the team, and there is no reason he would not. There are no reports of his falling out with colleagues, and club...