Friday, January 15

United in the news

Man Utd agree £5m dial up (Neil Custis, The Sun)

UNITED have signed a £5million five-year sponsorship deal with a Nigeria mobile phone company.

Simpson blow for Newcastle boss Hughton (Simon Bird, The Mirror)

Chris Hughton has suffered a blow after losing out in a bid to keep Manchester United defender Danny Simpson.

Owen Coyle warns Manchester United off Bolton's star man (Daily Mail)

Manchester United boss Ferguson is known to be an admirer of centre-half Cahill and could make a move for the former Aston Villa man if Nemanja Vidic leaves Old Trafford for Spain.

United pledge to continue increasing match-day revenues (Owen Gibson, The Guardian)

They plan to reduce the number of ordinary tickets available in favour of new "sports-bar packages" that guarantee purchasers drinks
, snacks and a premium seat. More.

United put trophies on the table in £500 million bond pitch to investors (Paul Kelso, Daily Telegraph)

The club confirmed that there is a contingency to raise capital from the sale and lease-back of the Carrington training ground.

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