Manchester United goalkeeper Victor Valdes

Manchester United transfer news: Victor Valdes gives clear indication he wants to fight for his future after Besiktas deal falls through

Goalkeeper was put up for sale after a row with Louis van Gaal but could yet play again for United's first team

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Marcos Rojo insists he wants to stay at Manchester United despite rumours of rift with Louis van Gaal

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Javier Hernadez leaves Manchester United: Mexico striker joins Bayer Leverkusen

The striker leaves Old Trafford after failing to make an impression on Louis van Gaal

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Ramiro Funes Mori joins Everton: Toffees seal £9.5m move for Argentina international as he signs five-year deal

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Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea

David De Gea: Why did the deal from Manchester United to Real Madrid collapse?

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John Stones to Chelsea: Papy Djilobodji agrees £2.7m deal with Blues but still hope for Everton defender in later window

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Monaco's French forward Anthony Martial celebrates after scoring a penalty

Anthony Martial transfer: Martial arts not in doubt but £36m is huge gamble by Manchester United

Frenchman has pace, power and skill but, as with all teenagers, it is hard to know how he will develop

David De Gea: Manchester United goalkeeper's £29m move to Real Madrid off - because paperwork 'not done in time'

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