David Moyes shows his frustration on another difficult night for the United manager

Chelsea v Manchester United: United are still the greatest, says Moyes

Moyes believes his side remain the biggest club in the world despite sitting in seventh, 14 points off leaders Arsenal

Nemanja Vidic has claimed he will not give up on Manchester United's title chances

Chelsea v Manchester United: Nemanja Vidic refuses to rule out Premier League title chances as he targets win over Blues

Vidic's side will be six points off Chelsea should they become the first team to beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in the league under Jose Mourinho

David Moyes (left) prowls the technical area last night as Jose Mourinho takes notes

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Belgium midfielder Kevin De Bruyne has secured a transfer to Wolfsburg

Transfer news: Chelsea flop Kevin De Bruyne completes move to Wolfsburg as Blues secure a considerable profit on his sale

De Bruyne joined Chelsea for £7m with reports in Germany claiming Wolfsburg have spent £16.7m on the Belgian who has made just nine appearances for the Blues

Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie

Chelsea v Manchester United: Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie ruled out of Premier League clash

David Moyes' two biggest threats are sidelined for the match at Stamford Bridge

Chelsea v Manchester United: David Moyes will have to break two long-standing records if he is to taste victory at Stamford Bridge

Moyes has never won at Arsenal, Chelsea or Liverpool in his 12 year's of Premier League management while Jose Mourinho is yet to taste defeat when playing at home in the league

Jose Mourinho manager of Chelsea

Chelsea v Manchester United: Jose Mourinho has 'no sympathy' for David Moyes

Mourinho believes his Manchester Untied counterpart is secure in his job, despite a difficult season

Chelsea defender Ryan Bertrand

Transfer news: Ryan Bertrand to join Aston Villa on loan from Chelsea, reveals Jose Mourinho

The Blues defender will move to Villa Park for the rest of the season

Kevin de Bruyne has made three Premier League appearances for Chelsea

Transfer news: Wolfsburg hopeful transfer of Kevin de Bruyne from Chelsea is nearing completion

Belgian midfielder set to leave Stamford Bridge

Chelsea present new signing Nemanja Matic

Transfer news: New Chelsea signing Nemanja Matic raring to go with aim of transforming Blues into the best team in Europe

Matic completed a £20m return to Stamford Bridge this week and although the decision lies with Jose Mourinho, Matic is hoping for an immediate selection to make an impact

David Moyes greets the goalscorer Robin van Persie at the end of the game

Robin van Persie tips David Moyes to turn around Manchester United form ahead of crucial Chelsea encounter

Van Persie is currently injured with a thigh strain but he believes that Moyes, given the time, can turn around United's fortunes and become a success

Transfer news: Chelsea reportedly close to signature of French defender Kurt Zouma

Saint-Etienne defender reveals his love for Blues

Wayne Rooney is unlikely to feature in Manchester United's trip to Chelsea on Sunday

Chelsea v Manchester United: Wayne Rooney unlikely to feature as striker could be out for up to three weeks with groin injury

David Moyes is without both Rooney and Robin van Persie and the England star could be out until January as he returns from a warm-weather break

Nemanja Matic of Benfica

Transfer news: Chelsea sign Nemanja Matic from Benfica only three years after letting him go

Former Blue returning to Stamford Bridge on five-and-a-half year deal

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