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Manchester United are panic buying, says former assistant Carlos Queiroz

The ESPN FC panel discuss Manchester United's squad being the third most expensive one in Europe and they still don't look like a threatening team.
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has blamed the lack of experience at Manchester United as a key reason why he club didn't sign David De Gea.
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.

Former Manchester United assistant manager Carlos Queiroz has accused the club of "panic buying" and said there is a lack of star quality at Old Trafford.

Queiroz, who had two spells as assistant to Sir Alex Ferguson, said he believed both David Moyes and current manager Louis van Gaal had made mistakes as United adapted to life without their most successful-ever boss.

A summer of heavy spending by United has given them the third most expensive squad in Europe, and Queiroz told the Guardian:...

Matteo Darmian: Manchester United just the beginning for me

Matteo Darmian has impressed since arriving at the club.

Matteo Darmian has insisted he will not become complacent after joining Manchester United and declared that his transfer is just the start for him.

Darmian, 25, completed a £12.7 million move from Torino in July and has begun all of United's first six games of the season.

The Italy international right-back believes he has slotted straight in at Old Trafford but said he is looking to kick on after joining United.

"The important thing for me is that even though I'm a foreigner, I settled in...

 By PA Sport

Wayne Rooney goalscoring has surprised Sir Alex Ferguson

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Tommy Smyth discuss Wayne Rooney being on the verge of becoming England's all-time leading goalscorer as he is one behind Sir Bobby Charlton's record of 49 goals, ahead of their European Championship qualifier against San Marino
England manager Roy Hodgson is convinced it's only a matter of time before Wayne Rooney breaks Sir Bobby Charlton's goal-scoring record.
As Wayne Rooney edges closer to breaking England's all-time goal scoring record, will he go down as one of the country's greats.

Sir Alex Ferguson has admitted Wayne Rooney's history-making exploits have taken him by surprise -- because he never considered him an "out-and-out goalscorer."

Rooney will beat Sir Bobby Charlton's 45-year-old England scoring record if he nets twice more against San Marino on Saturday night.

But Ferguson -- who brought Rooney to Old Trafford as an 18-year-old in 2004 -- said he never did so with any goalscoring records in mind.

In an interview with ITV Sport, Ferguson said: "We thought more of...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Manchester United fire back at Florentino Perez's inexperience claim

Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has blamed the lack of experience at Manchester United as a key reason why he club didn't sign David De Gea.

Manchester United released a biting response to Real Madrid president Florentino Perez's Thursday comments regarding the Old Trafford club's role in Monday's failed David De Gea swap.

A potential €35 million deal to move De Gea from United to Real Madrid was cancelled in the final minutes of Monday's transfer deadline due to completed paperwork not arriving at the Spanish league office on time.

Perez on Thursday laid the blame for the botched transfer at the Old Trafford club's feet, saying...