Real Sociedad deny any Chelsea bid for Antoine Griezmann

Transfer news: Real Sociedad deny any Chelsea bid for Antoine Griezmann

Spanish club insist no contact has been made from any club, notably Chelsea

Samuel Eto'o scored a hat-trick to beat Manchester United

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Spain won the UEFA EURO 2012 trophy

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Mohamed Salah scores the winning goal for Basel against his new club

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Chelsea ready to pay-off Michael Essien's contract to speed up AC Milan switch

Transfer news: Chelsea ready to pay-off Michael Essien's contract to speed up AC Milan switch - reports

Blues willing to pay Essien a lump some to speed up move to AC Milan

Wayne Rooney may not recover from his groin injury in time to face Sunderland

Transfer news: Manchester United could risk losing Wayne Rooney for free in an attempt to qualify for the Champions League

United are facing up to the prospect of missing out on Europe's elite competition which coincides with Rooney heading into the final year of his contract this summer

Chelsea's Spanish midfielder Juan Mata vies with Swansea City's Welsh defender Neil Taylor (AFP)

Transfer news: Juan Mata does not fit in with the Manchester United 'philosophy', warns Gary Neville

Former United defender feels his experience of the Premier League and creativity would lift the side and would fulfil the big-name player David Moyes needs to sign

Michael Carrick, Danny Welbeck and Adnan Januzaj of Manchester United look downbeat in the defeat to Chelsea

Chelsea 3 Manchester United 1: Phil Jones claims United are 'not a million miles away' from the Premier League pace setters

Yet another defeat for David Moyes' side sees United fall 14 points behind league leaders Arsenal

Jose Mourinho gestures on the sidelines during Chelsea's 3- win over Manchester United

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho humbled by Football Writers' Association Tribute Award

Mourinho was the guest of honour at the award ceremony just hours after masterminding the 3-1 defeat of Manchester United

Jose Mourinho gestures on the sidelines during Chelsea's 3- win over Manchester United

Chelsea 3 Manchester United 1: Jose Mourinho demands more from his side in order to stay clear of Premier League rivals

Mourinho hopes that United recover to beat Arsenal, Manchester City and Tottenham while also calling for a need to improve from his own side in their hunt for the title

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

Nemanja Vidic can't believe his red card in the 3-0 defeat to Chelsea

Chelsea 3 Manchester United 1: Premier League title defence is over, admits captain Nemanja Vidic after crushing loss

A Samuel Eto'o hat-trick saw United slip 14 points behind leaders Arsenal and Vidic, who was sent-off late on at Stamford Bridge, believes the gap is now too much to claw back

Samuel Eto'o takes the ball past Phil Jones

Chelsea 3 Manchester United 1: Five things we learned from Manchester United's humbling at Stamford Bridge

Manchester United have lost the power of the comeback

Positive move: Moyes has been impressed by Darren Fletcher’s return

Chelsea v Manchester United: Optimistic David Moyes still refuses to write off title

‘We’ve got to believe there’s still a chance,’ insists the United manager

Mourinho’s words will at the very least place further focus on the 18-year-old Belgium-born winger Adnan Januzaj

Chelsea v Manchester United: More Jose Mourinho mind games as he builds up Adnan Januzaj

Jose Mourinho praised Manchester United’s Adnan Januzaj as a “fantastic player” whose composure makes him look 25 rather than 18.

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