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2016/2017 Season

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 By Musa Okwonga

Daley Blind could edge ahead of Luke Shaw under Jose Mourinho at United

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol discusses one of Jose Mourinho's big selection issues.

Daley Blind chose last Saturday's 4-1 home win over champions Leicester City to remind Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho he has another excellent option at left-back.

Strictly speaking, it's difficult to imagine Blind, who seems an affable enough character, going to the manager and demanding anything. Yet his performance was eloquent enough, and though Paul Pogba walked away with the official man of the match honours it was arguable that Blind at least rivalled him on the day.

He was directly...

 By Andy Mitten

Jose Mourinho's Man United have promise with Herrera and Rashford

ESPN FC's Craig Burley discusses Manchester United's win over Leicester.

Manchester United played their best half of football at Old Trafford for years last Saturday, with four goals against champions Leicester helping Jose Mourinho's men to a 4-1 win, avoiding a third successive league defeat in the process. 

It was exactly what was needed and the pluses were many. Paul Pogba had his finest game yet in United's first team. His regular midfield foil in Mourinho's preferred 4-2-3-1 formation has yet to be found, but Ander Herrera is making a decent fist of it. The...

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West Ham new contract talks with Reece Oxford stall - sources

Reece Oxford
Reece Oxford is one of the country's most highly-rated youngsters.

Talks over a new West Ham United contract for Reece Oxford have stalled, alerting Manchester United and Manchester City, sources close to the player have told ESPN FC.

West Ham have been in talks with Oxford over a new deal for several months, but the parties have been unable to agree terms on a contract extension for the teenager.

The 17-year-old has 18 months left on his current deal and West Ham risk losing one of their prized assets on the cheap if a breakthrough is not made.

Oxford broke into...