Manchester United morning news: Fellaini admits to problem, Keane attacks United ex-stars

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

Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini says the club need to find the right balance in their performances.

Fellaini admits there’s a problem at the moment over how the side blends defence with attack.

“We know we have a problem with the balance between defence and attack, but we train all day to try and make it better. We offered too much space in defence [against West Brom]” said the Belgian.

Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has described the club’s ex-players who working in the media as a ‘Mafia’.

Keane claims that United’s ex-players try and kid fans in the media in their new roles after retiring.

“They always try to kid you on. That's why I took a step back from Man United. They're all decent lads, don't get me wrong, but it's almost like a mafia situation,” said Keane.

German club Stuttgart have revealed they are willing to listen to offers for central defender Antonio Rudiger.

United are one of the sides to have been linked with the young defender, along with Premier League rivals Chelsea.

“Antonio is under contract until June 2017 with our club. The thing is, how much longer can we keep hold of such a player? - A move will only be considered for Antonio if he joins a really big outfit,” said Stuttgart boss Armin Veh.

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