- Fri May 11 3:52 PM
Manchester United’s odd league campaign will have them end in second place whatever the result versus Watford despite José Mourinho’s side rarely exciting or convincing. The visitors arrive safe in 13th and could end as high as 10th should they beat United and, given West Brom’s victory at Old Tr...
- Fri May 11 11:46 AM
• Everton manager says any player who wants to leave can go • Allardyce denies Rooney has asked for a move amid US interest Sam Allardyce has denied Wayne Rooney
has asked to leave Everton but insisted the former England captain cannot be given assurances over his playing time at Goodison Park. T...
- Fri May 11 9:25 AM
• Forward favours United move after Ajax contract talks break down • Interest casts further doubt over future of Anthony Martial José Mourinho is targeting Ajax’s Justin Kluivert this summer, with the 19-year-old favouring a move to Manchester United. Kluivert, son of the former Barcelona and Net...
- Fri May 11 8:30 AM
A wake is in store in Swansea, Klopp faced with a juggling act and a swansong for Conte and Benítez? This feature, you will note, is called ‘10 Things to Look Out For’ rather than ‘10 Things to Look Forward To’. Thank goodness for that, because there might not be much to look forward to at the Li...
- Thu May 10 9:59 PM
This was the kind of lethargic performance that José Mourinho has in mind when he warns that Manchester United will continue to exist in the shadow of their formidable neighbours next season. They are 19 points behind City and although this forgettable draw ensured that Mourinho’s side will finis...
- Thu May 10 7:04 PM
Premier League updates from the 7.45pm BST kick-off Sign up now to The Fiver, our daily football email And you can email Simon here , or tweet him here 7.04pm BST So since they lost at Brighton on Friday Manchester United have jettisoned Rojo, Young, Darmian, Mata, Fellaini, Matic, Martial and Ra...
- Thu May 10 4:33 PM
• DC United offer on the table for former England captain • Rooney unhappy at lack of playing time under Sam Allardyce Wayne Rooney
will await clarification from Everton on the club’s future management situation before deciding whether to end his Goodison Park comeback after only one season. The...
- Thu May 10 1:20 PM
The pod discuss the greatest player of all time , musical failures , televised football and Manchester United’s first title for 26 years Modern life is a great advert for nostalgia. That’s why we started Nessun Dorma, a semi-regular podcast about football in the 1980s and 1990s . We’ve almost fin...
- Thu May 10 9:48 AM
• United play Watford at home in their final game of the season • Former manager out of intensive care after brain haemorrhage Manchester United are considering marking their final Premier League match, at home to Watford on Sunday, with a gesture of support for Sir Alex Ferguson. United confirme...
- Wed May 9 1:55 PM
• ‘We are confident, ’ reveals Mourinho after Ferguson’s brain surgery • Manager says Romelu Lukaku
will miss game at West Ham José Mourinho has stated that Manchester United are “very, very positive” that Sir Alex Ferguson will recover from a brain haemorrhage suffered on Saturday. The 76-year-o...
- Tue May 8 10:30 PM
Departing Manchester City midfielder says helping usurp Manchester United was his greatest achievement at the Etihad Yaya Touré believes his greatest achievement at Manchester City was helping the club replace Manchester United as the pre-eminent domestic force, pointing to his 2011 FA Cup semi-f...
- Mon May 7 4:31 PM
No update as yet on condition of former Manchester United manager after brain haemorrhage Manchester United players past and present have offered support for “father figure” Sir Alex Ferguson as the football world waited for news on his recovery from a brain haemorrhage. The 76-year-old former Ma...
- Mon May 7 9:04 AM
Today’s tell-all is enjoying the sunshine Having failed to impress against Brighton after being given a rare start on Friday night, Anthony Martial looks headed for the Old Trafford door marked “Do One”. While he didn’t refer to the 22-year-old or his fellow forward Marcus Rashford by name in his...
- Sun May 6 9:45 PM
Your weekend round-up of the best photography from England’s top flight • Follow Guardian sport on Instagram for more great photography The Dozen archive Continue reading
- Sun May 6 6:16 PM
Former Manchester United players David Beckham and Cristiano Ronaldo
among those sending messages of support Sir Alex Ferguson remains in a serious condition at the Salford Royal Hospital following a brain haemorrhage as the football world rallies to his support with a deluge of messages wishing...
- Sun May 6 3:57 PM
After Manchester City tweeted in support of Sir Alex Ferguson on Saturday the mood here was celebratory from start to finish as the coronation of Pep Guardiola’s champions should be – though the pitch invasion at the close featured two City fans holding a large banner saying: “Football aside get...
- Sun May 6 3:47 PM
Manchester United supporters devastated after hearing former manager is recovering after brain haemorrhage Arms folded, Sir Alex Ferguson’s statue stares determinedly across the Bridgewater canal and into the distance. From the Old Trafford stand bearing his name, the bronze monument unveiled six...
- Sun May 6 3:36 PM
Sir Alex rewarded those covering his thrilling Manchester United teams with the best of times What do you write in these moments? It isn’t easy and even now, Fergie being Fergie, there is still that slightly unnerving feeling that one day he might go over everything that is written and take issue...
- Sun May 6 12:41 PM
Sir Alex Ferguson is in hospital after suffering a brain haemorrhage on Saturday. The former Manchester United manager underwent emergency surgery. This was said to have been successful and his family were at his bedside as he began his recovery. United, the club he managed for almost 27 years un...
- Sat May 5 11:26 PM
Ferguson ended his era as Manchester United manager in 2013, but frequent trips to US and demands of lecture circuit found him in high spirits The news about Sir Alex Ferguson will have come as a shock to anyone who saw him on the pitch at Old Trafford last Sunday, presenting Arsène Wenger with a...
- Sat May 5 8:04 PM
• Former Manchester United manager in intensive care • Darren Ferguson missed Doncaster’s final game of season on Saturday Sir Alex Ferguson is seriously ill in hospital after undergoing emergency surgery for a brain haemorrhage. The former Manchester United manager is reported to have been rushe...
- Sat May 5 12:21 AM
Mourinho: ‘the players who replaced others did not perform’ Manchester United manager says Brighton showed more desire José Mourinho has pointed to the disjointed displays offered by Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial as justification for their bit-part roles this season after Brighton secured a...