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Schneiderlin and Memphis Depay allowed to leave

So more now on Jose Mourinho’s comments that Morgan Schneiderlin and Memphis Depay will both be allowed to leave this window if Manchester United receive the right offer. The Portuguese has confirmed neither player will feature against Reading tomorrow. "I will allow them to leave the club if the right offer comes," he said. "I don't think about them as options in this moment. In normal conditions they would be selected for the match tomorrow, and they aren't, because we are waiting. "A couple of weeks ago it looked like 100 per cent, and in this moment, looks like zero per cent because we don't have any offer that is close to the quality that they have."

United not to sign new defender, Mourinho confirms

Jose Mourinho says he is not planning to sign a new defender in January despite the departure of Eric Bailly to the Africa Cup of Nations. United have been linked with moves for Southampton's Jose Fonte and Victor Lindelof of Benfica. "No, I wait for Bailly," said Mourinho when asked if he would be shopping for another defender. "I hope the three can control the situation in those eight matches. "We'll try to make a rotation between these three. We still have Daley Blind as the fourth, in case we need him to play there. We have Michael Carrick, so let's try."

Griezmann could move to Man Utd

Jose Mourinho’s project at Manchester United appears to be taking shape after some early teething problems, but it appears the Portuguese is not resting on his laurels. His quest to take United back to the top of European football has seen him set his sights on Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann – and The Sun claim United will do all they can to bring him to Old Trafford. United splashed the cash to sign Paul Pogba in the summer, and it’s being reported they will offer his France team-mate an identical deal worth £220,000-a-week to lure him away from the Vicente Calderon. The Sun go as far as saying Griezmann is United’s No 1 transfer target and they are willing to make him the club’s top earner, along with Pogba.

Depay set for stay

We kick things off this morning with a look at Memphis Depay’s future at Manchester United. To all intents and purposes the Dutchman’s underwhelming spell at Old Trafford looks to be coming to an end, however the Daily Telegraph report he could be set to remain at the club until the end of the season. It’s believed a combination of United’s £20m price tag and Depay’s £90,000-a-week wages demands are proving too difficult for suitors to match.

Valencia chase former Man Utd defender

Valencia are interested in signing former Manchester United left-back Patrice Evra, according to CV Radio. Valencia sporting director, Jesus Garcia Pitarch, recently traveled to Italy to negotiate the signing of West Ham loanee Simone Zaza with Juventus officials. According to CV Radio, Garcia Pitarch took advantage of those negotiations to discuss the prospect of signing Evra from Juventus too. The 35-year-old, who has not been a first-team regular this season, has recently been linked with a return to Manchester United.

EPL Player of the Month for December revealed

Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been named the Fan's Player of the Month for December, The Professional Football Association official Twitter account confirms. ⚽ 🏆 The PFA Fan's Premier League #POTM for December is @ManUtd’s @Ibra_official! 🏆 ⚽ — PFA (@PFA) January 4, 2017 The 35-year-old has been one of the key performers in Manchester United's revival and stable play back in the last month of 2016. The Swedish attacker's impressive statistics for December include the five scored goals and three assists in six games.

Man Utd 2-1 M’brough. Pogba’s late header completes the comeback [Highlights]

Manchester United earned a hard-fought victory over Middlesbrough at Old Trafford today. Grant Leadbitter gave a surprise lead to the visitors in the 67th minute after Alvaro Negredo's well-taken chest assist. However, Jose Mourinho's men didn't surrender and kept on pushing forward to get the desired three points. First, Anthony Martial equalized the score in the 85th minute after Ibrahimovic's great pass, and just one minute later Paul Pogba's head completed the comeback.

Mourinho unwilling sanction loans

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has stated 'keeper Sam Johnstone will be the only player allowed to leave on loan. "Sam Johnstone is the only player that I will allow to go on loan because he doesn't play one single minute, he needs to play," said Mourinho. "We have a young goalkeeper in Joel [Pereira], a goalkeeper that played many minutes in the past six months in the Portuguese Premier League and now it's time for Sam to play six months. "That's the only loan move that we are going to do."

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