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Manchester United

 By Andy Mitten

Rio Ferdinand became a Manchester United great after early difficulties

The ESPN FC crew react to the retirement announcement of former England international Rio Ferdinand.

Nilmar paused to think. The striker who once scored a winner for Brazil vs. England had been asked to name the best player he'd ever played against. "Rio Ferdinand for Manchester," he eventually replied. "I played against him for Lyon. He's fast, and his positioning was perfect."

It was the 2007-08 season when Nilmar came up against Ferdinand, who announced his retirement on Saturday after playing his final season for QPR. The central defender was at his peak as Manchester United won the European...

 By Musa Okwonga

Man United could use a full-back like Denis Irwin

The ESPN FC crew discuss Manchester United's Angel Di Maria in the latest #PremRank, where Shaka Hislop believes with time, he will make an impact at Old Trafford.

One of Manchester United's best-ever defenders, Rio Ferdinand, has just announced his retirement from professional football, while the club is currently looking for an elite player to occupy the right-back role. United's back four is in transition, and it feels timely to reflect upon some of those greats who have graced it before.

One of those is Denis Irwin. When discussing the finest full-backs to have played the game, it seems his name is often overlooked -- which is, in itself, strangely fitting....

Van Gaal achieves Champions League but United must improve next year

Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal had a special relationship with the media this season. Take a look at some of his best quotes from the year.

With the Premier League season over, here's a look back at Manchester United's campaign as thoughts turn toward the summer and next season.

Your season in a sentence and final grade: C+

Highlight

Thrashing Manchester City 4-2 felt good after a run of poor performances and results against them over the past couple of seasons. Robin van Persie's 94th-minute equaliser against Chelsea was probably the wildest Old Trafford celebrated a goal this season. But the best day of the season was beating Liverpool...

 By Musa Okwonga

Man Utd goalkeepers -- David De Gea key, but will Valdes replace him?

The ESPN FC crew discuss whether or not Victor Valdes can be Manchester United's top goalkeeper should David De Gea leave this summer, but Shaka Hislop does not feel the 33-year-old is capable of handling the starting goalkeeper duties.

With Manchester United's season now over, thoughts have now firmly turned to the recruitments to be made over the summer.

Every day this week we'll be analysing a different area of the squad -- we start with the goalkeepers.

Sum up the goalkeeping situation at the club

The current and undisputed No. 1 at Old Trafford is David De Gea, but it is unclear how much longer that will be the case. He is arguably one of the top three goalkeepers in the world, and his excellence has drawn the attention of...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Man United lead Morgan Schneiderlin race; Yaya Toure staying at Man City

Morgan Schneiderlin says he wants to leave Southampton if another club can offer him Champions League football.

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.

United to steal Saints star from under Arsene's nose?

Chelsea risked looking the fools by re-signing Nemanja Matic for £21 million last year having swapped him and £25 million for David Luiz three years previous, but the Blues are laughing now with a world-class defensive midfielder in their Premier League title-winning side.

Manchester...

 By Andy Mitten

FA Cup final offers Tom Cleverley a chance to end the season in style

The Exploding Heads reveal everything you need to know ahead of Saturday's FA Cup final between Arsenal and Aston Villa.

As the English football season prepares for its final showpiece, Tom Cleverley is satisfied that his life is looking brighter than at any time in the last two years.

The on-loan Aston Villa midfielder has Saturday's FA Cup final to look forward to, plus his wedding the following month. He also finds himself out of contract and free to move from Manchester United, the club he's been with since the age of 13.

The 25-year-old has realised that his future isn't at Old Trafford. 2013-14 didn't go well...