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50-50: Should Ronaldo return to Old Trafford?

Manchester United

Cristiano Ronaldo to return to Man United? Fans are split on Madrid man

The ESPN FC crew look at the rumours that suggest Cristiano Ronaldo could return to Manchester United.

Louis van Gaal says he hopes Cristiano Ronaldo returns to Manchester United and the Real Madrid star's future has come under scrutiny again following their 4-0 humliation against Barcelona in El Clasico last Saturday.

Ronaldo left Old Trafford for £80m in 2009 having scored 118 goals for the club and many fans long for the No.7 to return -- but not everyone is keen on seeing the Ronaldo back in Manchester.

Scott Patterson and Musa Okwonga debate whether Van Gaal is right to want Ronaldo...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Rooney wanted in China; Ronaldo not going anywhere; Pato to Spurs

With January's transfer window fast approaching, ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Shaka Hislop assess the latest round of rumours.

The winter window draws closer with each passing day, and the transfer rumour mill is starting to pick up steam. As always, Transfer Talk has the latest and greatest. See all the summer deals here.

TOP STORY: Rooney to end career in China 

Wayne Rooney, global icon that he is, could become the new face of Chinese football, if the Sun are to be believed.

The cash-rich Chinese Super League has raised its profile -- and the level of play -- with a number of quality signings from Brazil and...

 By Kevin Palmer

Arsenal's Champions League hopes in balance while Man United not clear yet

Arsene Wenger insists Arsenal can still qualify for the knockout stages of the Champions League.

The Champions League group stage returns this week with plenty to play for in the penultimate round of matches.

Arsenal hopes hang by a thread

Arsenal face more injury woe following news that Francis Coquelin has been ruled out for a minimum of two months. He joins Danny Welbeck, Tomas Rosicky and Jack Wilshere on the treatment table, with Aaron Ramsey, Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain all suffering problems this season as well.

"I am concerned about the injuries, of course," said Wenger,...

 By Andy Mitten

Memphis Depay and Manchester United's confidence is rising

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop believes Manchester United rely too heavily on David De Gea and thinks it could catch up to them.
Louis van Gaal discusses the mounting injury concerns at Manchester United.

Had it not been for injuries, Memphis Depay would be struggling to make the Manchester United starting lineup against his former club PSV Eindhoven on Wednesday.

United need to win one of their remaining two games in the Champions League's closest group to qualify for the Round of 16, having found form in the competition since losing at PSV in September.

That was a game in which Depay's goal was one of the few high points for his new club. The 21-year-old had previously played well in the playoff...

 By Chris Wright

Manchester United icon Sir Alex Ferguson's poetic side revealed

Famed for being something of an authoritarian (we believe that's the polite way to put it) throughout his managerial career, an old club document has surfaced that shows what just might be the one and only occasion Sir Alex Ferguson took a lighter approach to disciplining his players.

Dating from his time in charge of Aberdeen in the early 1980s, the official club letter, which has surfaced over on Reddit, sees Ferguson writing to his players to inform them al that they've been fined the princely...

 By Musa Okwonga

De Gea, Schweinsteiger and Depay important in United win at Watford

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner breaks down Man United's late win at Watford with Alexis Nunes.
Louis van Gaal was disappointed with his side's positional play against Watford, but admitted they are normally so good it's boring.
A 90th minute own goal by Troy Deeney gave Manchester United a dramatic 2-1 win over Watford.
English Premier League: Troy Deeney (90') Watford 1-2 Manchester United
English Premier League: David De Gea (70') Watford 0-1 Manchester United
English Premier League: Memphis Depay (11') Watford 0-1 Manchester United

Manchester United eked out an important win at Watford on Saturday, courtesy of David De Gea's decisive saves, Bastian Schweinsteiger's endeavour and Memphis Depay's quality.

Schweinsteiger never gave up on a lost cause, diverting the ball off Troy Deeney in the 90th minute to give United the 2-1 win, moments after Deeney had equalised from the penalty spot after Marcos Rojo felled Odion Ighalo.

Meanwhile, Depay will be delighted that he has proven he can produce when called upon and Schweinsteiger...