McTominay demands Reds are ruthless – Manchester United

The Reds haven’t scored two in a match since we thumped Chelsea 4-0 in the opening Premier League match of the season in August. Being unable to carve out that second goal has cost United points against Wolves, Southampton and now Arsenal. McTominay, who scored his first senior Old Trafford goal in the 1-1 draw …

David De Gea issues Old Trafford message – Manchester United

De Gea, however, felt United did enough to have won the match. “I think so. We had good chances, of course they have good chances as well, but the better ones were for us,” David said. “But we gave away an important goal. So we want to keep learning. We have a young team, so …

Manchester United vs. Arsenal score: Three takeaways as Rashford struggles, Gunners earn point at Old Trafford – CBS Sports

Manchester United entered Monday’s matchup against Arsenal craving for a huge win against a Big Six opponent to start righting the ship. Instead, the Red Devils conceded late and settled for a 1-1 draw to Arsenal at Old Trafford. Manchester United scored late in the first half but couldn’t hold on, while also missing out …

Manchester United vs. Arsenal live updates, score: Gunners visit Pogba and company at Old Trafford – CBS Sports

Matchday 7 of the Premier League closes out with one of the best matchups thus far this season as a win-needy Manchester United squad hosts Arsenal on Monday at Old Trafford. The Red Devils are trying to put it all together and produce some momentum in what’s been a slow start to the season, while …

Manchester United vs Arsenal, Premier League: live score and goal updates – The Telegraph

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Manchester United facing potential £74m bill for transfer ‘add-ons’ – The Times

The total amount that Manchester United could have to pay out for add-ons for players they have signed has soared by £30 million in the last two years. The deals for Harry Maguire, Daniel James and Aaron Wan-Bissaka, plus Fred and Diogo Dalot in 2017, have pushed the add-on total to an all-time high of …