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 Posted by Kevin Palmer
3 hours ago

Louis van Gaal has no regrets snubbing Tottenham for Manchester United

The ESPN FC team give their take on how much playing time Louis Van Gaal will be giving to both Juan Mata and Radamel Falcao.

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has insisted he has no regrets about taking on a rebuilding job at Old Trafford after hailing his new club as 'the number one club in the country'.

In comments appearing in the Daily Mirror, Van Gaal has offered some comments that may not be welcomed by Tottenham, who attempted to appoint the Dutchman as their head coach before he opted to take over at United.

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 Posted by ESPN Staff
3 hours ago

Mata to see less time with Falcao addition?

The ESPN FC team give their take on how much playing time Louis Van Gaal will be giving to both Juan Mata and Radamel Falcao.

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 Posted by ESPN Staff
4 hours ago

Assessing Man United's transfer spending

The ESPN FC crew review how Manchester United's spending stacks up against other Premier League clubs.

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 Posted by ESPN Staff
5 hours ago

Best attacking force in the Premier League?

ESPN FC's Janusz Michallik breaks down the top 5 attacking forces in the Premier League and which one he thinks is the best.

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 Posted by PA Sport
6 hours ago

Martin Odegaard tipped for greatness by Morten Gamst Pedersen

15-year-old Martin Odegaard says it will be a dream come true to make his international debut for Norway but is determined to let his football rather than his age do the talking.

Morten Gamst Pedersen says reported Manchester United target Martin Odegaard has more potential than any young player he has ever seen.

The teenage sensation, who became the youngest player to represent Norway last week at the age of 15 years and 253 days, reportedly attracted interest from a number of top clubs during the transfer window.

Norway face England in a friendly on Wednesday but Odegaard will not feature at Wembley as he has been selected for the under-21 side.

"For his age he is unbe...