The Fiorentina winger, who has been repeatedly linked with the Old Trafford outfit, congratulated his compatriot on scoring against Aston Villa.
Andrej Kramaric’s father has admitted that the current Premier League leaders want to sign the Croatian striker.
The former England international is excelling for Manchester City, but the numbers show Jose Mourinho was right not to renew his contract.
The former Aston Villa wideman has been in good form for the Old Trafford outfit, which deserves to be recognised.
With the giant Belgian unavailable for the trip to face Aston Villa today, Ander Herrera looks likely to get a start.
The Brazil international is being linked with a move back to his homeland, but Mauricio Pochettino may need him this January.
Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew, of course, knows a bit about operating under pressure and getting on the wrong side of football fans. And he has spoken out in support of fellow Premier League boss, Arsenal's Arsene Wenger.
Roy Keane and Kevin Pietersen provided titillation, while two wonderfully esoteric titles took the cycling book into uncharted territory. And then there was the Oscar Pistorius case…
The dilemma is apparent. On 20th April, 2012, Ched Evans, then 23, was convicted of rape at Caernarfon Crown Court and sentenced to 5 years in prison. At the time, he was enjoying a successful spell at Sheffield United, having scored 35 goals during the 2011–12 season.
For services to West Ham, women in business and The Apprentice, Karren Rita Brady, hereafter to be known as Baroness Brady of Knightsbridge, stood robed in ermine before the Speaker, Baroness D’Souza, to be formally introduced into the House of Lords.
The development team behind the hugely successful Fifa series of football games has published a list of the 50 best players in the world.
Germany may have beaten Argentina to win the World Cup, but Twitter and Facebook have been engaged in their own battle for social supremacy during the football tournament.
‘It was utterly unexpected, historic and inexplicable,’ Jeff Z. Klein wrote in the New York Times. ‘Germany,’ he continued, ‘obliterated host Brazil, 7-1.’