Manchester United manager David Moyes looks on in despair as his side crash to a 3-0 defeat at Chelsea

Chelsea 3 Manchester United 1: David Moyes insists title chances remain alive despite heavy defeat at Stamford Bridge

Moyes record of never winning at Chelsea, Arsenal or Liverpool continues after he suffers a seventh league defeat of the season

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Transfer news: Everton hoping to fend off Manchester United interest in Leighton Baines with improved long-term contract

Everton furiously rejected United's approaches for the England defender last summer and hope to tie down his future after a breakthrough in negotiations

Fabio Coentrao has started only four games since United tried to sign him last summer

Transfer news: Who could replace Patrice Evra at Manchester United - Leighton Baines, Fabio Coentrao, Luke Shaw?

Evra's contract expires in the summer and Moyes has already confirmed his intention to bring in a new left-back

David Moyes smiles after Manchester United beat Swansea 2-0

Manchester United 2 Swansea City 0 match report: Antonio Valencia steers United out of barren run

Ecuadorean winger follows up saved header to break the deadlock and Welbeck adds a second to ease the pressure on the United manager as Swansea misfire again

Ryan Giggs looks downcast after scoring an own goal in Manchester United’s defeat against Sunderland at the Stadium of Light

Manchester United are in alien territory admits David Moyes, but the club on 'the verge of turning' following Capital One Cup defeat to Sunderland

But manager rejects the idea that the presence of Sir Alex Ferguson in the stand was unhelpful

Anders Lindegaard in action for Manchester United against Norwich City

Manchester United will return to Premier League summit in no time, claims goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard

The reserve goalkeeper believes United are in a transitional period and will return to their winning ways once they come out of it

Fabio da Silva, centre, will not be offered a new contract when his current deal expires

Transfer news: Manchester United might not make any January signings with club refusing to consider stopgap acquisitions

David Moyes has said there is an 'urgency' for new recruits

Alexander Buttner with David Moyes

Transfer news: Alexander Buttner insists 'I don't want to leave' Manchester United

The left-back has been linked with a move away following United's interest in alternative left-back options

Southampton's highly rated left-back Luke Shaw is a transfer target for Chelsea.

Transfer news: Southampton left-back Luke Shaw resists temptation of move to Chelsea or Manchester United

The England Under-21 international has been strongly linked with a move away from St Mary's

United manager David Moyes has been watching the Atletico Madrid midfielder Koke

Transfer news: David Moyes facing up to prospect of missing out on Leighton Baines again in January window

... and a move for Toffees midfielder Ross Barkley is also unlikely as United manager targets top four

Manchester United celebrate after Wayne Rooney draws them level against Hull City

Hull City 2 Manchester United 3 match report: David Moyes praises United’s never-say-die spirit but defensive errors live on

Wayne Rooney levelled things up after the Tigers shot out to a two-goal lead but James Chester's own goal gave the visitors a hard-fought victory

Ashley Young's stunning strike on Wednesday was his first goal for United in 19 months

Manchester United spirits are soaring again, claims Ashley Young ahead of West Ham game

The England winger's goal against Stoke helped his side to reach the semi-finals of the Capital One Cup

Manchester United winger Ashley Young celebrates after scoring in the League Cup quarter-final win over Stoke City

Stoke City 0 Manchester United 2: David Moyes delighted to see Ashley Young make 'impact' for the right reasons

Moyes admits that he has spoken to Young about his tendency to dive but his first goal in over 19 months earns praise from the Scot

Goalscorers Patrice Evra and Ashley Young celebrate making the semi-finals

Stoke City 0 Manchester United 2 match report: Patrice Evra and Ashley Young supply the thunder as United reach semi-finals amid dreadful weather

Conditions can't stop David Moyes' men setting up meeting with Sunderland

Luis Suarez craves plaudits, like so many in the strikers' union

Luis Suarez contract: Liverpool managing director travels to Barcelona to begin talks with agent over new deal

The newly crowned Football Supporters' Federation Player of the Year will be keen to leave Liverpool if the club cannot regain their Champions League pedigree for 2014-15

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