Belgium midfielder Marouane Fellaini has thanked Jose Mourinho for his "faith" after signing a new two-year contract at Manchester United.

 

Manchester United and Belgium  striker Romelu Lukaku has open up on his life story and how he was brought from a very poor background through to how amazing his journey has been so far.

The Football Association has approved Manchester United’s application to establish a professional women’s team in the FA Women’s Championship, starting later this year.

 

Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder Fred says both Manchester United and Manchester City are interested in signing him.
 

Hundreds of Manchester United fans in the country are expected to converge at the Lizzy's Sports Complex on Friday, May 25, 2018, to engage in fun-packed activities.

Manchester United have been named the most valuable football club brand in the world, according to a new study by Brand Finance.

Everton are stepping up their interest in re-signing striker Wayne Rooney from Manchester United.
 
The future of the the 31-year-old, who started 15 Premier League games last season, has been the subject of speculation for several months.
 
The United captain's long-time adviser Paul Stretford held talks over a possible move to China in February.
 
Rooney began his career at Goodison Park before joining United for £27m in August 2004.
 
Everton's major shareholder Farhad Moshiri would regard Rooney's return to Goodison Park as a major coup.
 
Rooney has said repeatedly that he would not leave Old Trafford for any Premier League team other than Everton, although it is understood that they are not the only club interested.
 
Rooney, who has a contract with United until 2019, has seen his playing opportunities limited under Jose Mourinho's management.
 
Asked in May if he wanted to stay at Old Trafford, the former England captain said: "Of course. I've been at this club for 13 years, but I want to play football."
 
Everton's director of football Steve Walsh said in February that "it would be wrong" to ignore a potential deal for the forward, who is United's record goalscorer.
 
Real Madrid's Alvaro Morata, 24, has emerged as United's preferred striking option to replace the injured Zlatan Ibrahimovic - with any deal likely to mean Rooney will be allowed to leave Old Trafford.
 
Mourinho's side are scheduled to report for pre-season training on Saturday before leaving for a five-match tour of the United States the following day
Everton are stepping up their interest in re-signing striker Wayne Rooney from Manchester United.
 
The future of the the 31-year-old, who started 15 Premier League games last season, has been the subject of speculation for several months.
 
The United captain's long-time adviser Paul Stretford held talks over a possible move to China in February.
 
Rooney began his career at Goodison Park before joining United for £27m in August 2004.
 
Everton's major shareholder Farhad Moshiri would regard Rooney's return to Goodison Park as a major coup.
 
Rooney has said repeatedly that he would not leave Old Trafford for any Premier League team other than Everton, although it is understood that they are not the only club interested.
 
Rooney, who has a contract with United until 2019, has seen his playing opportunities limited under Jose Mourinho's management.
 
Asked in May if he wanted to stay at Old Trafford, the former England captain said: "Of course. I've been at this club for 13 years, but I want to play football."
 
Everton's director of football Steve Walsh said in February that "it would be wrong" to ignore a potential deal for the forward, who is United's record goalscorer.
 
Real Madrid's Alvaro Morata, 24, has emerged as United's preferred striking option to replace the injured Zlatan Ibrahimovic - with any deal likely to mean Rooney will be allowed to leave Old Trafford.
 
Mourinho's side are scheduled to report for pre-season training on Saturday before leaving for a five-match tour of the United States the following day
MANCHESTER UNITED have shelved plans to sign Antoine Griezmann - and will now chase Romelu Lukaku instead.
But Ibrahimovic’s injury - he won’t play be fit until the middle of next season - has forced the club to re-evaluate their options.
 
While Wayne Rooney is set to leave, Mourinho still has Juan Mata and Henrikh Mkhitaryan who can play in the No.10 role.
 
And that’s convinced Mourinho that a traditional No.9 is what he needs with Lukaku his top target.
 
A United insider said: “Griezmann had been a target but the club’s priorities have changed since Ibra’s injury.
 
“The club are now looking at alternatives who can play in the No.9 role - as opposed to a luxury No.10.”
Everton hitman Lukaku, who is represented by super-agent Mino Raiola, has been on United’s radar for months.
 
He is wanted by Chelsea too and the two clubs are now set to lock horns in the summer’s biggest transfer battle.
 
The lure of Champions League football had left the Blues in the driving seat to get a deal done.
 
But United have sneaked in the back door by winning the Europa League and they are preparing a mega-bucks package to convince him to snub a Stamford Bridge return.
 
United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward worked with Raiola on the £86m transfer deal for Paul Pogba.
Raiola also played a role in the deal to bring Mkhitaryan to United last summer.
 
Lukaku scored 26 goals in all competitions for Everton last season but has refused to sign a new deal.
 
Raiola said yesterday: “Lukaku had a promise that if certain clubs came this summer that he could leave this summer.
 
"We are not in concrete talks with anybody at this moment, but hearing the market I think some clubs will contact Everton
 
"If the price is right for Everton and the project is right for Lukaku then I think he will want to make another step, but we are not there yet."
 

Paul Pogba feels proud that Manchester United were able to silence their critics by lifting the Europa League trophy.

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