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Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has revealed that he has no injured players ahead of his side’s opening clash of the 2015-16 Premier League season, against Tottenham Hotpsur, due to be played at Old Trafford on Saturday.

However, the Dutchman was also reported adding: "It is not possible for Rojo to be match fit as he was the last player to come back."

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PSG set to table massive bid for Di Maria

French financial giants Paris Saint-Germain are believed to be gearing up to make a lucrative offer for Manchester United winger Angel Di Maria. According to reports in The Guardian, the Parisiens are set to table a £47m for the player in the coming days, with their manager Laurent Blanc having already publicly spoken of his interest in the player.

Additionally, it is also understood that Di Maria will demand wages of around £185,000-a-week, after taxes, during the discussion of personal terms with PSG. (read more)

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Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is certainly leaving no stone unturned in strengthening the youth ranks of his club. According to reports in The Metro, the Blues have now made an approach to sign young forward Leon Bailey, who plies his trade at Slovakian side Trencin.

The 17 year old Jamaican, who has represented his country at the Under 23 level, is considered a fast developing forward, who is expected to turn out to become one of the hottest youth strikers in Europe in due course. The youngster, who has been endorsed by Nike recently, is also thus believed to be a target for Manchester United and Ajax, with an unnamed Belgian club reportedly showcasing a keen interest in landing him on loan this summer.

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Manchester United winger Ashley Young has pointed out that his team have only themselves to blame for failing to notch up a win over the Gunners in their Premier League fixture at Old Trafford today, conceding an unfortunat goal towards the latter stages of the game.

The Englishman was quoted telling reporters after the match ended: "You saw the players at the end, we let it slip and let Arsenal back into it. We looked comfortable."

 

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Manchester United and Arsenal have received a massive boost in their pursuit of Borussia Dortmund defender Mats Hummels. According to reports in the press, the German ace has spoken of his wish to move abroad, away from the Bundesliga, in the times to come.

Hummels was quoted telling reporters: "Basically... I think moving abroad will be good for my professional and personal well being. Eventually, I'd like to leave the Bundesliga. I'm being open about this because I'm not a fan of those who claim they are staying but, behind the scenes, have actually secretly agreed a transfer away from their current club."

 

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Southampton ace Morgan Schneiderlin, who is understood to be a target for the likes of Manchester United, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool, has refused to throw any light on reports of his probable move away from St. Mary’s Stadium in the summer.

The Frenchman was quoted in the BBC, saying: "That's [his move] up to everyone's personal choices and the club choice. We are going to see where we are going to finish and what everyone's going to do but right now I can't predict anything."

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Real Madrid do not need to acquire the services of Manchester United ace David De Gea, at least that is what former Los Blancos President Ramon Calderon has revealed. According to the Spaniard, Real already have the best goalkeeper in the world in the form of Iker Casillas, and a quality backup option in Keylor Navas.

Calderon was quoted telling talkSPORT: "We already have the best goalkeeper in the world, which is Casillas. We also have just bought Keylor Navas. I don't see any need to get any other goalkeeper. De Gea is perhaps also one of the top five goalkeepers in the world but Casillas can still be at the top for three or four years. I don't see any need [for De Gea]."

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