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David Beckham is among those set to receive money back from failed building projects

Wayne Rooney with representatives of Aeroflot

Bryan Robson and Andy Cole become latest Manchester United legends to urge Wayne Rooney to remain at Old Trafford

Chelsea and Arsenal are among those to have been linked with a move for the England striker

Alan Pardew: Newcastle’s manager appreciates the owner’s support

Newcastle eager to settle score against Tottenham

Magpies buoyed by arrival of January transfer signings

Javier Hernandez replaces Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as Manchester United's super-sub

With his stunning performance at Aston Villa on Saturday, Javier Hernandez entered football folklore as one of the game's great substitutes.

French Lesson: Yohan Cabaye believes his side are still learning to adapt to the additional demands of playing in Europe this season

Stopping Gerrard is key to ending 18-year jinx at Anfield, says Cabaye

If Liverpool could have chosen an opposing club to walk under the "This is Anfield" sign and face them this afternoon, Newcastle would have been close to the top of the list. Brendan Rodgers's team might be reeling from their 3-1 Capital One Cup defeat by Swansea on home turf in midweek, but their Premier League visitors this afternoon have 18 years of hurt on Merseyside to overcome.

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Danny Welbeck cannot wait to welcome Robin van Persie into the Manchester United fold.

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Andy Cole accuses Alex Ferguson of dirty tricks quiz campaign

Andy Cole has accused Sir Alex Ferguson of a dirty tricks quiz campaign.

Berbatov will end career at United, predicts agent

Dimitar Berbatov would be happy to stay with Manchester United until the end of his career, the player's agent said on Saturday.

Berbatov back with famous five

Manchester United 7 Blackburn Rovers 1: Bulgarian striker ends debate over his future in spectacular fashion to send United top at Rovers' expense

Nice work if you can get it as agent prepares to pocket estimated £3m

One of the biggest winners from Wayne Rooney's new contract is Paul Stretford, the vacuum cleaner salesman turned agent who could make an estimated £3m solely for his role in getting Rooney – who, until a few months ago, saw himself as a lifelong Red – to agree an extended deal.

Andy Cole: Centre-forwards are dying out – Sneijder is a new breed of goalscorer

If the quality of the football at this World Cup has been called into question, there can be no argument about the fact we have seen some scintillating performances from attacking players and some stunning goals. For obvious reasons, I have been studying my fellow strikers closer than any other players in South Africa and the race for the Golden Boot has been thrilling.

Andy Cole: Eight still standing but Argentina and Brazil in league of their own

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