Sport Bayern Munich midfielder Toni Kroos

English champions may have to wait to sign the German star

Cleared for take-off: Javier Hernandez scores Manchester United’s late winner against Stoke City yesterday which David Moyes hopes will help kick-start the team’s Premier League season

Transfer news: Javier Hernandez has future at Manchester United, insists David Moyes

The striker retweeted an article that suggested he should seek regular football elsewhere

Wilfried Zaha is likely to start for England Under-21s when they take on Lithuania later today

Manchester United winger Wilfried Zaha to be given chance to impress... for England Under-21s against Lithuania

Zaha is yet to feature under David Moyes in the Premier League and hasn't played since the curtain-raising Community Shield victory over Wigan in August

TOM CLEVERLEY

England v Montenegro: Tom Cleverley ruled out after returning to Manchester United to have treatment on a calf injury

The FA has confirmed that the midfielder will not feature against at Wembley tonight although he was not expected to be named in the starting line-up

Marouane Fellaini will be ruled out for two weeks rather than the two months first feared by Manchester United

Manchester United given boost after Marouane Fellaini injury not as bad as first feared

Midfielder is expected to miss just two weeks as opposed to the two months United feared once he has surgery on damaged wrist ligaments

Javier Hernandez scored the game's only goal in the Capital One Cup win over Liverpool

Javier Hernandez tells David Moyes he must be 'given more opportunities' to prove himself at Manchester United

The Mexican has started just two games this season and reports suggest he may look to move elsewhere

Adnan Januzaj

Adnan Januzaj backed to remain grounded by Manchester United team-mate Michael Carrick

A tug-of-war between international teams for the youngster's services looks set to take place

Marouane Fellaini has been ruled out for seven weeks after damaging ligaments in his wrist

Manchester United dealt injury blow after £27.5m transfer addition Marouane Fellaini ruled out for seven weeks

The midfielder damaged wrist ligaments forcing him to miss the 2-1 victory over Sunderland at the weekend

Wilfried Zaha

Transfer news: Manchester United winger Wilfried Zaha to be sent out on loan in January - reports

The £15m signing is yet to make his debut in the Premier League

Kevin Ball asks to be considered for the role

Sunderland v Manchester United: Kevin Ball looking to maintain unlikely beaten run

Last caretaker spell saw Ball draw 0-0 with United at Old Trafford

Ryan Giggs, right, talks tactics with Robin van Persie this week

Ryan Giggs puzzled by poor Manchester United but Nemanja Vidic points to the absence of Sir Alex Ferguson

Draw in Donetsk had flashes of steel, but player-coach warns against 'flabbiness'

Nemanja Vidic tangles with Shakhtar’s Douglas

Nemanja Vidic retains faith in Manchester United squad despite awful start to season

David Moyes faced a particular tough opening set of fixtures

David Moyes take training with Manchester United

Champions League: Manchester United showed fight in draw with Shakhtar Donetsk says Chris Smalling

The Red Devils were held to a 1-1 draw in Ukraine

A win at Shakhtar will be a great comfort for David Moyes

Shakhtar Donetsk v Manchester United: Champions League match preview

A look ahead to Wednesday’s Champions League Group A fixture at the Donbass Arena

Manchester United forward Shinji Kagawa admits he 'cannot survive' at Old Trafford unless he improves

The Japan international was taken off at half time in the defeat to West Brom

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