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Manchester United

Any hope left for Falcao?

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Young in United contract talks - sources

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 By Ben Gladwell

Juventus striker Carlos Tevez has Manchester United 'blood' - Evra

Juventus forward Carlos Tevez earned and converted the game-winning penalty kick as his side took a vital 2-1 lead over Real Madrid in Turin.
The ESPN FC team delve deeper into Juventus and Real Madrid's team ratings, where Alejandro Moreno knocks Sergio Ramos for the lack of distribution.
Juventus' Carlos Tevez was quite pleased with his side's 2-1 advantage after the first leg of their Champions League semifinal tie with Real Madrid.

Carlos Tevez still has "United blood" according to his former Old Trafford teammate Patrice Evra after the pair were both part of the Juventus side that beat Real Madrid in Tuesday's Champions League semifinal first leg.

Tevez, 31, won the European Cup and Premier League as a Manchester United player, before controversially moving to crosstown rivals Manchester City in 2009.

After claiming another league title at the Etihad in 2011, the Argentina striker left for Juventus two seasons later. On Tuesday,...

Man United's David De Gea: I'm still growing as a player

ESPN FC analyst Craig Burley sounds off on Louis van Gaal's tactics following Manchester United's three consecutive losses, attributing the juggling of the side may be the cause of their poor form.
Former PSV sporting director Frank Arnesen believes Louis van Gaal will eventually secure the Premier League title for Manchester United.
ESPN FC's Steve Nicol does not feel Liverpool will catch Manchester United, despite Louis van Gaal's side's poor form of late.

Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea has said he is confident his best is yet to come and is happy with his performances this season.

De Gea finished third in the voting for the PFA Player of the Year award, behind winner Eden Hazard and runner-up Harry Kane, and said he can still improve.

The Spain international won the Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year award last season but said he feels he has got better since then.

"Yes, I have," he told Inside United. "I'm very young and I always try to...

Does Falcao have one more shot at Man United redemption?

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno breaks down Ashley Young's importance to Manchester United this season.
It's been a rough campaign for Falcao with only four goals and four assists in 24 Premier League appearances.

On New Year's Day, when Radamel Falcao scored his third goal for Manchester United against Stoke, there was the belief, or maybe desperate hope, that 2015 would be the year for the Colombian to shine once more.

United were third in the league, just one point ahead of fourth placed Southampton, and just three ahead of Tottenham Hotspur below them. It was clear that the battle for a spot in next season's Champions League would only intensify as the months went by, so maybe Falcao would prove his worth...

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Manchester United plot Hummels, Gundogan move, Pogba says no to PSG

Jurgen Klopp's departure from Dortmund may open the door for a number of his star players to leave too.

The rumours are gaining momentum and, in many instances, credibility. Transfer Talk has the latest news as the summer window nears...

United's Gundogan, Hummels double

A Transfer Talk favorite here, the old double move, brought to you by Manchester United. Metro UK are reporting that Louis van Gaal is nearing a deal that would bring both Ilkay Gundogan and Mats Hummels to Old Trafford this summer.

Gundogan has informed Borussia Dortmund that he wants to leave the team at the end of the season,...

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Real Madrid top list of most valuable clubs for third straight year - Forbes

Cristiano Ronaldo & Co. have retained their title as football's most valuable club.

Real Madrid have retained their place as the most valuable football team in the world for a third straight year, according to Forbes.

The reigning European champions' value has dropped five percent to $3.26 billion (£2.13 billion) this year, but their $746 million (£489 million) revenue is the highest of any sports team in the world.

Rivals Barcelona are second in the 2015 list with a value of $3.16 billion (£2.07...