West Ham 'disgusted' by fans' anti-Semitic chants on Manchester tram

West Ham 'disgusted' by fans' anti-Semitic chants on Manchester tram

West Ham 'disgusted' by fans' anti-Semitic chants on Manchester tram

Solskjaer says Herrera is now out because of a "muscle injury" sustained in training but expects him to be available for matches against Manchester City and Chelsea at the end of April. Paris Saint-Germain are believed to be interested in signing the 29-year-old, who is out of contract at Old Trafford at the end of this season.

It is reported that United offered the shithouse extraordinaire a four year deal and nearly double his current wage, which would have been significantly more than he would be paid elsewhere.

"Manchester United were well beaten in midweek by a Barcelona side who kept them at arm's length".

"That save is unbelievable", Solskjaer said of De Gea.

"When he got here, he told me I was part of his plans and that he wanted me to get myself fully fit". He got another muscle injury.

With so much more to play for, and with a desire to get back on track for the new permanent gaffer, it's very hard to envisage anything but a home win but [1.4] certainly doesn't look a fantastic price and the value sits in the side markets.

"Liverpool and City are too far head at the moment for what we like".

Solskjaer declined to offer a public assessment of United's chances of keeping Herrera.

"It's going to be survival of the fittest or survival of the best".

Paul Pogba was off his game yet again as Manchester United succumbed to a 1-0 loss at home to Barcelona in the Champions League, according to Paul Ince.

Solskjaer suggested that the Chile forward could make his squad for the second leg against Barcelona next Tuesday.

Asked if he believes Phelan will stay, Solskjaer said: "I hope so". I'm not sure if he's going be available for tomorrow. He'll train today and he's injury-free.

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In 1995 West Ham's draw with Man Utd at Upton Park on the final day of the season cost them a hat-trick of titles, they took great pleasure from Paolo Di Canio's goal in the FA Cup in 2001 that won the tie at Old Trafford, the farewell to the Boleyn victory in 2016 when Winston Reid scored the victor and this season's 3-1 evisceration of Jose Mourinho's side by the man the United manager kept calling "Mr Pellegrino".

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