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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Ryan Giggs could be Manchester United's Guardiola - Bryan Robson

The ESPN FC panel debate if Ryan Giggs is capable of taking over if Van Gaal were to leave before the end of the season.
The ESPN FC panel answer your tweets on Ryan Giggs and whether or not David Silva is better than Mesut Ozil.

Bryan Robson claims Manchester United already have their very own Pep Guardiola in Ryan Giggs. 

The former Old Trafford captain has urged United's CEO Ed Woodward to stick with the original plan that was arranged, and make Ryan Giggs the new boss once Louis van Gaal goes.

However, with the Dutchman's future already in doubt, in addition to Pep Guardiola's impending summer arrival to Manchester rivals City, Jose Mourinho and Mauricio Pochettino have been strongly linked to take over in the summer. 


 By Musa Okwonga

Manchester United's hand to be forced by the changing market?

Man United manager Louis van Gaal voices his dissatisfaction with referee Michael Oliver following their 1-1 draw against Chelsea.

Over the last decade, Manchester United have increasingly shown themselves to be more motivated by profit than with the quality of what the team is producing on the field. Yet two recent events may soon demonstrate that the link between success on and off the field is unavoidable.

The first was the transfer of Brazilian playmaker Alex Teixeira from Ukraine's Shakhtar Donetsk to Jiangsu Suning of China. The second was the news that the club's share price has fallen to its lowest level in three years...

Manchester United have not given up on the title - Michael Carrick

Diego Costa's stoppage-time goal negated a second-half strike from Jesse Lingard as Chelsea and Man United played to a 1-1 draw.
Louis Van Gaal was disappointed with his team's performance in the final minutes of Sunday's 1-1 draw with Chelsea.

Michael Carrick insisted that Manchester United have still not given up hope of winning the Premier League title.

The vice-captain said it remained an ambition for Louis van Gaal's side last week and maintained that position, even though Chelsea's late equaliser against United on Sunday means they are now 12 points behind leaders Leicester.

The 34-year-old also admitted that Diego Costa's injury-time leveller was a real setback for them.

"I think it was a big day for us in terms of the league situation,"...

Standard Liege's Victor Valdes felt 'very alone' at Manchester United

Victor Valdes gave up two goals in his home debut for Standard Liege after keeping a clean sheet in his first appearance.
Victor Valdes had the perfect debut for Standard Liege, as they beat Oud-Heverlee Leuven in the Jupiler Pro League.

Victor Valdes said he felt so isolated at Manchester United that he was worried no one at the club would have noticed if he had been knocked unconscious.

Valdes has joined Standard Liege on loan, bringing an end to an unhappy spell at Old Trafford when he made just two first-team appearances.

He was denied a squad number or a place on United's preseason tour last summer after manager Louis van Gaal claimed he refused to play for the reserves, which Valdes refuted.

And the 34-year-old had to train...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

What's trending: Busquets for Man City? Fans plan mass walkout

Chelsea interim manager Guus Hiddink comments on an injury to Kurt Zouma that forced him to be stretchered off the field.
Paul Mariner thinks the fan protest against Anfield ticket prices may have influenced Liverpool's late collapse against Sunderland.

Here are the top stories from Monday:

BARCELONA: Barcelona star Sergio Busquets has told ESPN Deportes that he could be tempted to leave the club by incoming Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola.

- Lionel Messi has not been ruled out of Wednesday's Copa del Rey trip to Valencia by Barcelona coach Luis Enrique but the Blaugrana superstar looks likely to be rested after undergoing a procedure to treat kidney stones.

PREMIER LEAGUE: Fans' groups of multiple Premier League teams will meet to...