Sunday, November 15

United in the news

Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea scramble to sign Connor Wickham - the next Wayne Rooney (Joe Bernstein, Mail On Sunday)

Wickham (pictured right), the youngest first-team player in Ipswich's history, is regarded in the game as the most exciting young Englishman to emerge since Wayne Rooney.

Big guns in £20 million Rodwell Battle (Neil Ashton and Greg Gobere, News of the World)

Manchester United and Chelsea are locked in a £20million battle for Everton teen Jack Rodwell.

Laurent Blanc lined up to succeed Sir Alex Ferguson as Manchester United boss (Simon Mullock, Sunday Mirror)

Laurent Blanc has emerged to top the Manchester United short-list of managers to succeed Sir Alex Ferguson.

United to launch move for Bayern star (Anthony Clavane, Sunday Mirror)

Manchester United are set to launch a £15million bid for Bayern Munich star Philipp Lahm this January.

Sir Alex Ferguson - my toughest battle (Rob Shepherd, News of the World)

Sir Alex Ferguson today makes a passionate appeal to Prime Minister Gordon Brown to fund a revolutionary cancer cure.

Nani's either brave or flipping stupid, says Ince (Paul Ince, News of the World)

You know, I didn't think he had it in him.

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