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Transfer Rater: Depay to Manchester United

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Manchester United still in for 'difficult' season despite good form - Jose Mourinho

Manchester United's Jose Mourinho insists his side have played phenomenally in their last three matches and is hoping they can take it into their match against Wolves at Old Trafford.
Craig Burley sings Paul Pogba and Man United's praises after their win over Young Boys, but isn't convinced they'll advance from their group just yet.
David De Gea wants to put and end to Manchester United's stint without a Champions League trophy.
Gab Marcotti sat down with Rio Ferdinand to discuss Paul Pogba's recent form at the World Cup and at Manchester United and how he wants to be the best.
Shaka Hislop saw a complete performance from Manchester United in their win over Watford, but still sees room for improvement.

Jose Mourinho has said three straight wins has not changed his opinion that Manchester United are in for a tough season.

The Portuguese coach predicted during the summer his team would face a "difficult" campaign and despite victories over Burnley, Watford and Young Boys, he has not changed his mind.

"I am optimistic, but a difficult season, yes," he said. "For sure difficult season. I don't change that because we won two matches in the Premier League. Difficult season for sure.

"You see the level...

Sir Alex Ferguson hails 'perfect player' Paul Scholes in video message for Man United tribute

Sir Alex Ferguson called his former Manchester United charge Paul Scholes the "perfect player" in a video message played for a tribute to the midfielder at Old Trafford on Thursday night.

In the message, Ferguson said in part: "And the goals he's scored, unbelievable. He was an absolute perfect player and no matter how many great players we'd had in the past, Paul sits in the great pantheon of those players, no question about that."

The ex-Manchester United manager, 76, was admitted to the...

Transfer Rater: Memphis Depay to Manchester United, James Milner to Leeds

Things change in the blink of an eye in football. The Football Whispers Index takes the latest transfer rumours and gives them a score out of five; the higher the score, the more realistic and reliable the Whisper.

Here are today's top five emerging whispers. And keep an eye on Transfer Talk for all the latest gossip.

Frenkie De Jong to Manchester United

The Dutch youngster is one of the most sought after players in Europe at the moment, and Manchester United are the latest club to throw...

Jose Mourinho tells Diogo Dalot to wait for Premier League debut after impressing vs. Young Boys

Craig Burley sings Paul Pogba and Man United's praises after their win over Young Boys, but isn't convinced they'll advance from their group just yet.
Manchester United's Jose Mourinho insists his side have played phenomenally in their last three matches and is hoping they can take it into their match against Wolves at Old Trafford.

MANCHESTER, England -- Jose Mourinho has told Diogo Dalot he will have to wait for his Premier League bow despite an impressive debut against Young Boys in the Champions League on Wednesday.

Dalot, 19, starred on his first senior start as United won 3-0 in Switzerland but club captain Antonio Valencia will return against Wolves at Old Trafford on Saturday as Mourinho's men go in search of four straight wins for the first time since January.

"I want him in this process of adaptation to play totally...

Knee-jerk conclusions: Alexis Sanchez a busted flush, Jorginho a star turn and Burnley down

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Steve Nicol square off in predicting every fixture in the sixth week of Premier League action.

The Premier League season is five games old so it's far too early to reach sensible, informed conclusions. Therefore, here are 10 knee-jerk, hastily jumped to conclusions:

10. Manchester City's biggest hurdle is complacency

It was interesting that Pep Guardiola said he was "angry" after Manchester City beat Fulham 3-0. One explanation for this is that he is simply a perfectionist, but another might be that he is striving to avoid the complacency that could set in when a team is so far ahead...