... and a move for Toffees midfielder Ross Barkley is also unlikely as United manager targets top four
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
The England winger's goal against Stoke helped his side to reach the semi-finals of the Capital One Cup
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
Belgian sensation strikes twice to dig Moyes out of a hole after Gardner takes full advantage of chaotic defending to give struggling Sunderland a shock early lead
Liverpool last night announced that they have found a way back into the club for Kenny Dalglish, appointing him as a non-executive board director 17 months after terminating his second period as manager.
A look ahead to Wednesday’s Champions League Group A fixture at the Donbass Arena
The Japan international is yet to play a minute of Premier League football this season
Scottish midfielder back in training following lengthy illness while Rooney may play on Saturday
Move for Portugual international came after failed bids for Leighton Baines
The problem with remembering Bill Shankly – as Liverpool did yesterday ahead of today's centenary of his birth – is the sense it creates of how far they have fallen from the years when he ruled with enough impunity to laughingly dish out toilet rolls to the opposition and telephone Don Revie with a warning on nights before Leeds United were in town.
When, in ITV's build-up to this match, Lee Dixon argued it would be daft to sell Wayne Rooney to a title rival in Chelsea, Roy Keane responded, "Sell him to Fulham then". David Moyes would rather not sell Rooney at all, and certainly not until he has found a replacement. That, though, even for a club of Manchester United's wealth and appeal, will be difficult for Rooney, as a succession of England managers have come to realise, is a hard act to replace.
United manager hits back at press over Rooney saga as Dutch striker ensures easy win
The Liverpool boss insists Suarez remains happy despite confusion over a contract clause that Arsenal believed they had activated
Words such as "princess" and phrases like "don't be a woman" are included on the guide