Manchester United's more conservative style of play is contributing to Wayne Rooney's poor form, says Matt Le Tissier.
Victor Valdes' wife has hit out at Manchester United for not inviting him to a charity event at Old Trafford on Sunday.
Marouane Fellaini scored as Manchester United U21s beat Liverpool 3-2 on Monday night
David Moyes has left the door open for a return to club management in Europe, despite being sacked by Real Sociedad.
Jamie Vardy scored for an 11th consecutive Premier League game as Leicester City and Man Utd drew 1-1 on Saturday Night Football.
The latest transfer news, as an AC Milan star reveals Mario Balotelli dreams of playing for Real Madrid.
Manchester United raised a record £230,000 at a UNICEF dinner on Sunday night.
Liverpool have become the highest paying club in agents' fees in the Premier League - more than any of the top-four.
Did your Premier League team live up to expectations? Sky Sports Now guest Tony Cascarino gives us his weekend grades.
Bayern Munich legend Lothar Matthaus has urged Thomas Muller to turn down interest from Manchester United and Chelsea.
Phil Neville and Salvador Gonzalez have taken temporary charge of Valencia following the resignation of coach Nuno Espirito Santo.
Wayne Rooney is struggling to understand the role Louis van Gaal wants him to play at Manchester United, says Andy Dunn.
Guillem Balague feels Phil Neville has the perfect recipe for managerial success - if he can adapt to Spanish football.
Wayne Rooney, Jamie Vardy, Steve McClaren and Pep Guardiola are discussed on the latest Sunday Supplement podcast.
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Watch the Sunday Supplement panel debate whether Pep Guardiola could be the next Manchester United manager.
Man Utd captain Wayne Rooney was taken off at Leicester because he was "a little bit injured", says Louis van Gaal.
Louis van Gaal was pleased by Man Utd's response from their midweek setback in Saturday's 1-1 draw at Leicester City.
Gary Neville says Manchester United are two match-winning players away from comfortably winning the Premier League.
In his latest podcast, Gary Neville joins Martin Tyler to discuss record-breaking Jamie Vardy and Man Utd's draw at Leicester.