Guillem Balague speaks highly of Nicolas Otamendi.
The Bayern Munich veteran is being linked with a move to Old Trafford this summer.
Ajax sporting director Marc Overmars has made it clear the goalie is going nowhere.
The Arsenal legend feels the Spaniard will make way for the 23-year-old midfielder in the long run.
Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes believes the Red Devils signing Raheem Sterling from Liverpool is unlikely but not impossible.
The Brazilian star aims to hold a press conference next Tuesday.
Peter Schmeichel believes Manchester United can still achieve success if David de Gea moves to Real Madrid.
The ex-France international is putting off his retirement plans to explore options for next season.
Former Leeds defender Gunnar Halle has backed Uwe Rosler to take the Whites back to the Premier League.
Managing at the Bernabeu would fulfil a lifelong ambition for Rafa Benitez.
With some massive Premier League clashes on the card this weekend (Everton v Liverpool, Chelsea v Man Utd), there is a good chance for a few players to impress and improve their club status. Here are five of them.
A captain who allegedly used racist language, the striker allegedly caught with prostitutes, a left back that allegedly shoots the kid on work experience (with a pellet gun) - the list goes on and on. Footballers, it appears, can be guilty any number of misdemeanours and escape unscathed. Even the big clubs like Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool seem unable to reign in their star players.
Purely Belter, Escape to Victory, There's Only One Jimmy Grimble, Gregory's Girl, Once in a Lifetime, or Bend it Like Beckham. I highlight my favourites and ask - which is yours?