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Fernando Torres: The Spanish striker started the match on the Chelsea bench

Comment: Jose Mourinho makes clear his mistrust of current crop of Chelsea strikers Fernando Torres, Romelu Lukaku and Demba Ba

The Blues started the match against Manchester United without a single recognised striker

Wayne Rooney alongside David Moyes

Manchester United v Chelsea: David Moyes selects Wayne Rooney in starting XI

Mourinho's side starts without a recognised striker

David de Gea backed to continue progress at Manchester United

Dave Beasant is expecting much from the young Spaniard

David Moyes said he wasn’t nervous before his first game

Manchester United v Chelsea: David Moyes promises United will prove the doubters wrong

First home match for Moyes sees Jose Mourinho's Chelsea side visit Old Trafford

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Transfer news: Gareth Bale returning to England amid reports Tottenham are considering PSG and Manchester United offers

Real Madrid are not the only suitors for the Wales international

Manchester United’s bid for Leighton Baines infuriated Everton

Comment: Less of the piety over transfer offers – Everton and other Premier League clubs must remember, you are allowed to bid

The transfer market is the ultimate expression of a club’s place

David Moyes claims he would have let Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini leave Everton

Roberto Martinez should let Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini go, says David Moyes

Everton criticised United’s £28m joint bid for duo as 'derisory and insulting'

Wayne Rooney came off the bench to assist Manchester United's third and four goals - although his body language did not suggest contentment (Michael Steele/Getty Images)

Transfer news: Romelu Lukaku would welcome arrival of Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney at Chelsea

The Manchester United striker is set to be the subject of a third bid from the Blues

Romelu Lukaku in action on Chelsea's pre-season tour of Asia

Striker Romelu Lukaku eager to start for Chelsea against Manchester United

Two of the Premier League title favourites meet at Old Trafford on Monday

David Moyes in the United hot seat once occupied by Sir Alex Ferguson

Transfer news: Peter Schmeichel warns Manchester United against making 'statement signing'

New arrival must improve team warns former keeper

Jose Mourinho: The Chelsea manager's whole transfer strategy has revolved around Rooney

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho calls for transfer window to close before start of Premier League season

Transfer activity can continue until September 2 this year

Robin van Persie puts Manchester United ahead with an acrobatic effort in the champions’ win

Swansea 1 Manchester United 4 match report: Flying Dutchman Robin van Persie sets David Moyes on fast track to glory

Two goals from RVP and Danny Welbeck's double lift new manager as Wayne Rooney returns to the fold

David Moyes in the United hot seat once occupied by Sir Alex Ferguson

David Moyes ready to occupy biggest seat in league at Manchester United

New manager admits things ‘will never be as good’ as under his predecessor

David Moyes takes his United side to Swansea tomorrow

Premier League: Swansea v Manchester United match preview

A look ahead to this weekend's Premier League fixture at the Liberty Stadium

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