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 By Andy Mitten

Norwegian fans offer Manchester United a home from home

Paul Pogba expects Manchester United to return to their place amongst Europe's elite teams.

Endre Steinshamm is a Manchester United fan, who watches every game and travels to Old Trafford a couple of times each season. He lives in the far north of Norway -- close to the Russian border -- in a place called Kirkenes, where the sun doesn't shine between Nov. 27 and Jan.15 and where it's light between May 17 and July 25 every year. There's an option to travel by husky sled from the local airport to a nearby hotel made of snow.

Further along up the Norwegian coast is Honingsvag, the most northerly...

 By PA Sport

Gareth Bale's agent labels talk of Manchester United move as 'ridiculous'

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol is adamant that Gareth Bale is the clear-cut starter over any possible challengers and won't want to leave Real Madrid.

Gareth Bale's agent has dismissed the "ridiculous'' speculation suggesting his client could leave Real Madrid this summer.

Bale, 28, is preparing for his fifth season at the Santiago Bernabeu, having won the Champions League three times during that spell, but reports have once again linked him with a move away.

Multiple reports in Friday's newspapers claim Manchester United are set to make a move for the Wales international, with the Daily Mail claiming that he could be sold as part of Madrid's...

Gabriel Martinelli returns to Manchester United for second trial

Steve Nicol feels Pogba has the ability to be one of the world's best players, but doesn't agree he's at a Barca level yet.
Manchester United's Jose Mourinho believes Paul Pogba is just as good as the best players in the world such as Lionel Messi and Neymar.
While transfer speculation swirls around him, Neymar keeps scoring goals, this time against Manchester United in the ICC.
Stewart Robson thinks Manchester United would be wise to continue their pursuit of Gareth Bale this transfer window.
Paul Pogba expects Manchester United to return to their place amongst Europe's elite teams.

Manchester United academy coaches are taking another look at Brazilian teenager Gabriel Martinelli.

The 16-year-old forward has returned to Carrington as part of an on-going trial from San Paulo-based side Ituano and played for a United youth XI against Lincoln City on Wednesday.

He replaced Nishan Burkhart after an hour at Sincil Bank as United won 2-0 thanks to goals from Brandon Williams and Millen Baars.

United have already bolstered their academy ranks this summer, with 16-year-old Belgian...

Sergio Romero hopeful he will get more games at Man United

Steve Nicol feels Pogba has the ability to be one of the world's best players, but doesn't agree he's at a Barca level yet.

Sergio Romero is hoping Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho will show the same faith in him this season as he did during the last campaign.

Romero, 30, made 18 appearances last term, including in the Europa League final victory over Ajax in May, making it his most prolific season since making 33 appearances for Sampdoria in 2012-13.

The Argentina international is still behind established No. 1 David De Gea in the United pecking order, but has signed a new contract that will keep him at the club...

 By Chris Wright

Zlatan Ibrahimovic compares himself to King Kong in Instagram post

Having seen his short stint with Manchester United fizzle to something of an anticlimax last season, you may be forgiven for assuming that Zlatan Ibrahimovic's confidence may have taken a knock in recent months.

Of course, nothing could be further from the truth, as the 35-year-old free agent's last few Instagram posts duly prove.

King and Kong

A post shared by IAmZlatan (@iamzlatanibrahimovic) on

Firstly he looked utterly nonplussed about being immortalised on a Swedish banknote like it was an everyday occurrence, only to follow up by assuming a state of undress...