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Pogba, Man United silence the noise vs. Leicester

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Transfer Talk: Chelsea, Manchester United circling Arsenal's Aaron Ramsey

Marcos Alonso scored the winner for Chelsea in a back-and-forth London derby against Arsenal, who paid the price for their missed chances.
Marcos Alonso scored the winner for Chelsea in a back-and-forth London derby against Arsenal, who paid the price for their missed chances.
Marcos Alonso scored the winner for Chelsea in a back-and-forth London derby against Arsenal, who paid the price for their missed chances.
Craig Burley and Paul Mariner don't hold back on their criticism of Mesut Ozil and question how Unai Emery will handle his involvement in the squad.

The English transfer window is closed, but the rest of Europe is still open for business, and Transfer Talk has the latest rumours making the rounds. Follow along with our daily blog throughout the summer.

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Chelsea, United encouraged as Ramsey talks stall

Chelsea and Manchester United are "on alert" over Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey after negotiations over...

Eric Bailly a calamity as abject Manchester United suffer Brighton setback

Can Jose Mourinho get his squad to rebound from a tough loss to Brighton or has his negativity and demeanor affected them beyond repair?
Jose Mourinho refused to blame specific players for Manchester United's shock defeat to Brighton.
Jose Mourinho's men looked utterly listless in a shock early-season defeat for Manchester United at the hands of Brighton.

Manchester United's 3-2 defeat at Brighton on Sunday does not even begin to do justice to the abject nature of their display.

This was arguably the worst of their Premier League performances under Jose Mourinho, and it is worrying to think what might have happened if they had produced this play against Liverpool or Manchester City. The repercussions from the manner of this loss may well be swift and far-reaching. Two games into the league season, United look woefully unprepared for the months ahead.

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Pathetic Manchester United prove Jose Mourinho warning true in Brighton embarrassment

English Premier League: Pascal Gross (44' PEN) Brighton 3-1 Manchester United
English Premier League: Romelu Lukaku (34') Brighton 2-1 Manchester United
English Premier League: Glen Duffy (27') Brighton 2-0 Manchester United
English Premier League: Glen Murray (25') Brighton 1-0 Manchester United
Jose Mourinho's men looked utterly listless in a shock early-season defeat for Manchester United at the hands of Brighton.
Jose Mourinho's men looked utterly listless in a shock early-season defeat for Manchester United at the hands of Brighton.
Jose Mourinho's men looked utterly listless in a shock early-season defeat for Manchester United at the hands of Brighton.
Alejandro Moreno and Shaka Hislop delve into Man United's performance against Brighton and Paul Pogba's post-match comments regarding his attitude.
Manchester United's Jose Mourinho feels 'smaller' teams are harder to beat as they have more ambition when they face the top teams after their 3-2 loss to Brighton.
Can Jose Mourinho get his squad to rebound from a tough loss to Brighton or has his negativity and demeanor affected them beyond repair?
Jose Mourinho refused to blame specific players for Manchester United's shock defeat to Brighton.

BRIGHTON, England -- Three points on Brighton 3-2 Manchester United in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon.

1. Jose Mourinho warning appears true

Jose Mourinho said this season would be tough for Manchester United, but he probably did not expect to be proved right quite so quickly.

Through the summer and during the first week of the new Premier League season, he has painted a bleak picture of United's prospects. Even a 2-1 win over Leicester on opening night did little to improve his mood.

"I...

Man United seek win at Brighton to build momentum, banish memories of May

The FC crew assess the seemingly deteriorating state of the relationship between Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho and Paul Pogba.
Will Alexis Sanchez be the key to Manchester United's success this season? The ESPN FC guys weigh in.
The FC crew choose who they would keep between Paul Pogba and Jose Mourinho.
Craig Burley says Jose Mourinho's post-match comments and Man United's opening win over Leicester were just more of the same to start the season.

Manchester United's visit to Brighton in May featured was an abject performance in a month of poor showings. A sold-out away end travelled for the most distant away game of the season. Brighton is seven miles further from Manchester than Bournemouth -- on a Friday night and saw a limp 1-0 defeat. Things have to be better on Sunday when the two teams meet again.

It was after Brighton away last season that Jose Mourinho ripped into his players and staff, correctly telling them that what he was seeing...

Transfer Talk: Jose Mourinho dares Paul Pogba to hand in transfer request as rift widens

The FC crew choose who they would keep between Paul Pogba and Jose Mourinho.

The English transfer window is closed, but the rest of Europe is still open for business, and Transfer Talk has the latest rumours making the rounds. Follow along with our daily blog throughout the summer.

When does the transfer window close in the top European leagues?

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TOP STORY: Mou tells Pogba to 'ask for transfer'

The fraught relationship between Jose Mourinho and Paul Pogba is apparently approaching a breaking point...

Flashback to Cristiano Ronaldo's Manchester United debut vs. Bolton

In his first appearance in a Juventus shirt, Cristiano Ronaldo opened the scoring during the club's annual intra-squad friendly in Villar Perosa.

This week marks 15 years since Cristiano Ronaldo made his Manchester United debut. On Aug. 16, 2003, Sir Alex Ferguson introduced a scrawny 18-year-old as a second-half substitute against Bolton Wanderers on the opening day of the Premier League season.

Few of the 67,647 fans inside Old Trafford knew who he was. But by the time he left the club six years later, he was regarded as one of the best players on the planet and commanded a world-record transfer fee of £80 million for his move to...