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Manchester United

 By Musa Okwonga

Morgan Schneiderlin a good fit for United as Van Gaal prepares to spend

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner says Manchester United are in for a tough qualifier to reach the Champions League.

With the season over, attention turns to the transfer window, and every day this week we'll be analysing the different areas in Manchester United's squad. Up now: the midfield.

TALKING TRANSFERS: Midfielders

Chelsea: Blues in good shape
Man Utd: Schneiderlin the right fit
Man City: Pogba a dream
Arsenal: Kondogbia an option
Liverpool: Milner a good start

Sum up the midfield situation at the club

On the whole, the options are good, though slightly below what United will need to make a sustained challenge for next year's Premier League title.

United's key midfielder is Ander Herrera, the skillful, bustling playmaker they have missed for years. He ended the season in superb...

 By Chris Wright

Manchester United ace Wayne Rooney goes swimming with a pig

After another long old slog of a season, Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney toddled off on a family holiday to the West Indies for a spot of well-deserved rest and relaxation.

Rooney and his brood happened across one of the stranger phenomenons the Bahamas have to offer after taking a dip in the azure waters just off the shore of the appropriately named "Pig Island".

The United man posted the following holiday snap on Instagram along with the caption: "Didn't expect to see pigs in the sea in...

Talking Premier League Transfers - What does each top club need?

Will Jose Mourinho and Premier League champions Chelsea be active in this summer's transfer window?

With the season over, attention turns to the transfer window, and ESPN FC analysed the different areas of need for Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester City, Manchester United and Liverpool. 

Monday: Goalkeepers

Tuesday: Defenders

Wednesday: Midfielders

TALKING TRANSFERS: Midfielders

Chelsea: Blues in good shape
Man Utd: Schneiderlin the right fit
Man City: Pogba a dream
Arsenal: Kondogbia an option
Liverpool: Milner a good start

Thursday: Forwards

Friday: Managers

 By Chris Wright

Manchester United star Wayne Rooney duets with Ed Sheeran ... again

It looks like Wayne Rooney is really letting his hair down (no sniggering at the back) on his post-season holiday having whiled away a few hours swimming with pigs in the Bahamas a few days ago.

The Manchester United striker has since pitched up in New York, where he is currently embarking on a karaoke rampage through the Irish pubs of the city.

He then invited a special friend up to the mic for a profoundly moving (slightly nauseating, in fact) rendition of Robbie Williams' signature hit, Angels.

Otamendi would meet United's need for strength in central defence

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner, Steve Nicol and Alejandro Moreno discuss the four goalkeepers that are included in the Premier League top 50 in #PremRank, citing David De Gea is the most commanding of the goalkeepers.

With the season now over, attention turns to the transfer window and every day this week, we'll be analysing the different areas in Manchester United's squad. Next up are the defenders.

Sum up the defensive situation at the club

United started the season without anything like a first choice defence available, with wingers Antonio Valencia and Ashley Young being deployed as fullbacks and wing-backs, as manager Louis van Gaal struggled to fill his 3-5-2 formation. Thanks to injuries, Tyler Blackett...

 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...