Manchester United morning news: Giggs's message of hope for Old Trafford youngsters

Ryan Giggs

A round up of news stories about Manchester United this morning.

Manchester United assistant manager Ryan Giggs says the club still have a belief in youth.

United’s summer transfer spending saw Louis van Gaal make big name and expensive signings after using youth team players through the early weeks of the season.

“The club will never change - Players will leave but we have got to make sure young players come through because United fans demand it. I want to see young players come through,” said Giggs.

Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville has questioned why the club sold Danny Welbeck.

Welbeck moved to Arsenal on transfer deadline day for around £16 million.

“I can’t work it out - There’s been right-backs and left-backs galore who have been bought for £15m this summer. How have they got him for £16m?” he told talkSPORT.

Marouane Fellaini has vowed to fight for his place at Manchester United.

The Belgian midfielder has struggled to make an impact at Old Trafford ever since his move from Everton on the final day of the transfer window last summer.

“I want to fight for my place. The coach wants to play with the eleven players who make the best team. I want to be part of that,” he’s quoted by the Star.

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