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The Guardian Aug 27, 2014
How will Ángel di María compare with British football's record signings?

How will Ángel di María compare with British football's record signings?

Will Di María go the way of Fernando Torres and Andriy Shevchenko or Dennis Bergkamp and Rio Ferdinand?Manchester United have no excuses now. In the past 12 months they have spent £195.3m on Marouane Fellaini, Juan Mata, Luke Shaw, Ander Herrera, Marcos Rojo and Ángel di María. Their transfer record, which had stood since Dimitar Berbatov joined from Tottenham Hotspur on a crazy deadline day back in 2008, has been smashed twice in eight months.United are no strangers to extravagance. Sir Matt Busby made Denis Law the most expensive player in the history of British football in 1962; Ron...
The Busby Babe Aug 25, 2014

Napoli end interest in United midfielder — reports

According to the papers, Marouane Fellaini's ankle injury has ended his chances of spending the season on loan with Napoli. Exciting news, everybody! It turns out that Manchester United may go into the new season with one more central midfielder than expected! Marouane Fellaini is staying! The Belgian midfielder has been linked with a move to Napoli for much of the summer, as Rafael Benitez seeks to reinforce his squad and United look to trim their squad and, perhaps, restore a little of Fellaini's value ahead of a permanent move next summer. But Fellaini's recent ankle injury —...
The Busby Babe Aug 24, 2014
Sunderland vs Manchester United: Live thread

Sunderland vs Manchester United: Live thread

Join us for the second game of the season. Shall we try this again? United's curtain-raiser against Swansea last weekend didn't exactly go to plan, as injuries and defensive chaos saw the Welsh side leave Old Trafford with three points. While the transfer market at last appears to be yielding to Ed Woodward's desperate pleadings, injury rules out two of United's three signings of the summer, Ander Herrera and Luke Shaw, while Marcos Rojo's debut will have to wait until his work permit is cleared. Also missing with various twinges and strains are Marouane Fellaini, Jesse Lingard and Michael...
Cartilage Free Captain Aug 20, 2014

What would Spurs want with Javier Hernandez and Marouane Fellaini?

Some decent but not great players play for a really big club. That really big club doesn't want them anymore, but they would probably like to continue playing at the highest level, ideally for a club that is pretty reputable and has a chance of getting into Champions League. Obviously, those players are getting linked to Tottenham Hotspur. We've heard this story a million times, and the latest edition is a report from Caught Offside that Spurs want to sign Marouane Fellaini and 'Chicharito' Javier Hernandez for a combined £24m. These players were originally purchased for a combined £40m,...
Fellaini joins Reds injury list

Fellaini joins Reds injury list

The United midfielder could be out of action for some time after reports he has picked up a foot injury.

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