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Robin van Persie not playing is helping Manchester United

The ESPN FC crew break down the tactical change for Juan Mata in Manchester United's formation against Liverpool.

Having essentially won the Premier League title for Manchester United in his first season, before becoming largely anonymous in his second, there were huge hopes for Robin van Persie ahead of the 2014-15 season.

Van Persie had just enjoyed a decent World Cup as captain for Louis van Gaal's Netherlands squad. He scored one of the best goals of the year against Spain, shortlisted for the Puskas Award, and his country ended the tournament on a high, beating the host nation, Brazil, in the third-place...

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Daley Blind: Manchester United helping me to become a more complete player

The ESPN FC panel debate whether or not Manchester United should keep Marouane Fellaini next season, provided that they finish in the Premier League top four.
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno wonders if we will see Radamel Falcao feature again for Manchester United this season.
The ESPN FC crew break down Manchester United's chances of finishing in a top-four spot in the Premier League.

Daley Blind believes moving to Manchester United and competing in the Premier League has helped him to grow as a player.

Blind, 25, completed a £14 million move from Ajax to Old Trafford last summer to join up with former Netherlands coach Louis van Gaal after an impressive 2014 World Cup with the Oranje.

The defensive midfielder has played in a variety of positions for United this season -- most recently at left-back against both Tottenham and Liverpool -- and Blind believes the pace of the...

Real Madrid talking Iker Casillas exit package, target David De Gea - sources

ESPN FC's Ross Dyer and Tommy Smyth react to the developing news that Iker Casillas could be finally on his way out of Real Madrid.

Real Madrid have taken the first steps in moves that will see goalkeeper Iker Casillas finally leave the club this summer after 18 years, sources have told ESPN FC.

Although Casillas has not yet begun negotiations with prospective new clubs, and a destination remains unknown, his representatives have already started discussions about the financial package he would receive on leaving the Bernabeu, sources say.

The expected exit would have huge implications for Manchester United, given Real Madrid's...

Manchester United are not willing to sell Angel Di Maria - sources

The ESPN FC panel debate whether or not Manchester United should keep Marouane Fellaini next season, provided that they finish in the Premier League top four.

Manchester United are determined to keep Angel Di Maria at Old Trafford, club sources have told ESPN FC, despite recent uncertainty over his future.

Reports of United manager Louis van Gaal "berating" Di Maria, 27, in the dressing room following last week's 2-1 win at Liverpool have led to suggestions that he may move on this summer.

Despite an initially encouraging start to his Old Trafford career, the Argentina international's form has faded and he has been unsettled since his house was burgled...

Gareth Bale could make Man United title challengers, says Scholes

The ESPN FC panel answer your tweets on Gareth Bale's future, the decline of English players and Chelsea's Premier League lead.
The FC team discuss whether Gareth Bale should stick it out at Real Madrid or head back to the Premier League.
ESPN FC's Spain correspondent Sid Lowe lays out the reasons why Gareth Bale has been made a target for criticism among Madrid supporters this season.

Paul Scholes believes Gareth Bale would be a "perfect" signing for Manchester United and would propel them into the status of title contenders.

Scholes, who won 11 Premier League titles and two European Cups as a United player, thinks Bale could have the same impact as Eric Cantona or Wayne Rooney.

Bale is enduring a difficult time at Real Madrid and had his car attacked after Sunday's Clasico defeat to Barcelona. Scholes feels the Wales international would get the unstinting support of the United...