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Jonathan Barnett denies his client will leave the Bernabeu this summer and says the Wales international is 'very happy' at current club

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Steven Gerrard and Robin van Persie

Why Liverpool can catch Manchester United and qualify for the Champions League

A top four finish remains possible for Brendan Rodgers' team

Gareth Bale and Angel Di Maria

Gareth Bale to Manchester United could be engineered with 'swap deal' involving Angel Di Maria, claims Dietmar Hamann

Speculation over Welshman's future has intensified following dismal performance against Juventus

Joao Virginia: Manchester United on the verge of signing 15-year-old Benfica goalkeeper

Youngster was training at Carrington last summer

I fear David De Gea will leave Manchester United this summer, says Phil Neville

Goalkeeper has been linked with move to Real Madrid

Barcelona are the latest club to join the race for Paul Pogba's signature

Paul Scholes: It would be a 'rookie' mistake to bring Paul Pogba into the Juventus midfield for the second leg

French midfielder missed the first leg through injury

Eric Abidal mistakenly thinks Andy Cole is former Manchester United strike partner Dwight Yorke

Abidal posted a picture from a TV studio with the wrong name

Carlos Tevez celebrates during Juventus' win over Real Madrid

Patrice Evra points to 'Manchester United blood' after Carlos Tevez inspires Juventus win over Real Madrid

Juventus win 2-1 in Champions League semi-final first leg

Phil Jones

Manchester United injury news: Phil Jones set to be fit for final three games

Defender set to make welcome return

Phil Jones is the best young defender in Europe - the Manchester United man is better than Raphael Varane and Marquinhos

Jones scored full marks on the CIES Football Observatory ratings system

Ashley Young to be handed 'new three-year' Manchester United deal after impressing Louis van Gaal this season

Young has been one of United's best performers this season

Gareth Bale scores for Real Madrid against Getafe on Sunday

If Gareth Bale joins Chelsea, they will dominate for the next four years. Manchester United and Arsenal have to act, says Gary Neville

Former Manchester United defender also points to Chelsea's youth set-up

Adnan Januzaj and Memphis Depay could be moved in opposite directions

Manchester United transfer news: Adnan Januzaj to be offered in deal for Memphis Depay

Januzaj could be a makeweight in the summer deal

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