2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
12-9-8, 5th in English Premier League
Why swapping players might be the new transfer trend (2:38)
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1dRob Dawson

Lingard on dip in form: My mind wasn't there

Manchester United's Jesse Lingard has said the Premier League return will offer him a "fresh start" after his "mind wasn't there" last season.

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1dJames Olley

Liverpool title clincher set for neutral venue

Police chiefs have advised the Premier League to stage Liverpool's potential title decider at Everton at a neutral ground.

On This Day: Barcelona 'put on a show' vs. Man Utd in UCL final (1:20)
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2dRob Dawson

Sources: Man United given Ighalo loan boost

Shanghai Shenhua have softened their stance on extending Odion Ighalo's loan with Manchester United, sources have told ESPN.

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Man United rival Liverpool for Werner

ESPN's Insider Notebook has transfer news on Timo Werner and Manchester United. PLUS: The eye-watering cost of signing Philippe Coutinho.

Ighalo staying at Man United still 'up in the air' (2:24)
Why Jadon Sancho can handle the No. 7 shirt for Man United (1:23)
Why Timo Werner to Man United could still happen (1:41)
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4dRob Dawson

Solskjaer still hoping for last-minute Ighalo deal

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is still holding out hope of a last-minute deal with Shanghai Shenhua to extend Odion Ighalo's loan.

Marcotti: Ighalo is not key for Man United's plans (1:26)
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5dRob Dawson

Sources: Ighalo loan at Man Utd set to end

Man United are facing the prospect of losing Odion Ighalo this week with talks to extend the striker's loan from Shanghai Shenhua at an impasse.

Does Paul Pogba need to leave for Man United to buy Sancho? (1:46)
Man United's Solskjaer comments 'eye-opening for everyone' (2:20)
Man United letting Lukaku leave was a 'massive mistake' (2:22)
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Man Utd sue Football Manager over image rights

Manchester United are suing Football Manager for allegedly infringing their trademark by using the club's name "extensively throughout the game."

2019-20 Prem Ladder

Manchester City281837+3757
Leicester City291658+3053
Manchester United291298+1445
Wolverhampton Wanderers2910136+743
Sheffield United2811107+543
Tottenham Hotspur2911810+741
Crystal Palace2910910-639
Newcastle United299812-1635
Brighton & Hove Albion2961112-829
West Ham United297616-1527
AFC Bournemouth297616-1827
Aston Villa287417-2225
Norwich City295618-2721

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference144th
Goals Scored446th
Goals Conceded304th