Scott gives his player ratings for ESPN.
Scott discusses the idea of United winning the league for Irish Independent.
The Express reckons we're signing Bale.
The Guardian sings the praises of Michael Carrick.
Inside Futbol says Inter Milan are looking to loan out Nemanja Vidic.
Michael Carrick has sung the praises of Radamel Falcao following his equalising goal yesterday in the 1-1 draw at Aston Villa.
"He's scored so many goals over the years and you always feel that when he gets that chance he will score," Carrick said. "He's scored a terrific header again today and I'm pleased for him.
When it comes to the Premier League, the Christmas period is an unforgiving time. Matches come thick and fast; fixture after fixture as the football calendar waits for no man. Pressure mounts as title-challenges and relegation battles are made and broken. Nothing is ultimately decided at this time of the year, but it can certainly feel like it.
Manchester United draw 1-1 with Aston Villa yesterday after Radamel Falcao equalised following a first half goal from Christian Benteke.
Jonny Evans, who was at fault for the Villa goal, has spoken of the team's frustration at not getting all three points in a game that they dominated.
We felt we should have gone on to win, especially with them going down to ten men.
Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy? A resounding 3-0 victory over Liverpool last week sees United travel to Villa Park on Saturday having put together six wins in succession.
Further woes for Southampton leave Louis van Gaal's side three points ahead of fourth placed West Ham, with the Saints and Arsenal a further two points adrift.
Louis van Gaal has confirmed that from this point on, Michael Carrick will be Manchester United's vice-captain, not Darren Fletcher.
Radamel Falcao has talked about the early years of his life and how he became a footballer, following on his father's footsteps.
"I am chilled and laid-back but very passionate about football and pretty much everything in my life," he said. "The most important thing is that I give my best wherever I go.
Manchester United went from being champions to seventh in the league last season after Sir Alex Ferguson was replaced by David Moyes.
Michael Carrick insists that despite the dreadful displays, the players hadn't given up and were still trying, but it just didn't work out.
It was unusual.
Radamel Falcao has revealed that he looked up to several former Manchester United players when he was growing up, particularly Dutch striker Ruud van Nistelrooy.
"I was always told that the Premier League would suit my playing style and England has always attracted me," he said. "Ever since I was a child, I always wanted to come here so much so that I learned the language so I was preparing myself in some way for a future move to England.
Scott talks to ESPN about whether United can win the league this season.
Scott writes for The Metro about gloating against Liverpool.
The London Evening Standard reports that Javier Hernandez will not be returning to United in January.
The Telegraph looks at derby day traitors.
Marouane Fellaini was appalling in his first season at Manchester United and his reputation wasn't helped by being the only signing of David Moyes, who had a dreadful time at the club too.
The midfielder has played much better this season and managed to keep Cesc Fabregas, the best performing player in the league up until his visit to Old Trafford, in his back pocket during United's 1-1 draw against Chelsea.
Michael Carrick has sung the praises of Antonio Valencia, who has done a good job of filling in at right-back during the injury crisis.
Antonio is a pure athlete. He is immense. It is the work he does that doesn't get noticed, things like carrying the ball up the pitch for 30 or 40 yards when you have been defending.
Robin van Persie has spoken to the official site about training at Manchester United.
Which part of training do you enjoy the most?
I like short games when we play four against four or five against five in short, four or five minute-games. We also do a lot of finishing drills some very nice ones, especially when we work on quality finishing when, instead of doing four or five reps (repetitions) in a row, we do just one or two and then have a rest.