Monday, February 22

United in the news

United and Liverpool FC in Charles N'Zogbia transfer sights (Pat McGatt, Click Lancashire)

Charles N'Zogbia has admitted he could be tempted to leave Wigan for a 'bigger' club over the summer.

Milan manager Leonardo offered to quit following Manchester United defeat (Daily Mail)

The Brazilian coach responded to his boss who on Wednesday claimed that: 'Milan would be much better if those in charge allowed the team to play.'

Ferguson says Rooney needs predator's instincts to match former Manchester United legends (Ian Ladyman, Daily Mail)

‘Where I hope he improves is with his predatory instincts in the penalty box. He’s done great this year."

Moyes masterminds Everton win over Manchester United (Tony Barrett, The Times)

The script, as is so often the case when Wayne Rooney comes to town, appeared to have been written in advance.

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