Scott writes for The Metro about United's faith in youth.
The Busby Babe says selling Welbeck was no mistake.
The Daily Mail reports on Ronaldo returning to United.
The Independent talks about Januzaj's hattrick for the U-21s.
Stretty News talks about our new signings.
"I am very happy for this victory and the support was great," he said. "I want to continue that way. I want to say thank you to the fans and I enjoyed that a lot, this match. It was fantastic. I almost scored. The goalkeeper was good. I hope to score the next game. It felt good to make my debut here at Old Trafford and I am happy to get the win.
Ander Herrera scored his first goal for Manchester United yesterday in our 4-0 win over QPR.
Whilst he was pleased with opening his goalscoring account with his new club, he was happier to get the three points.
"I am happy, of course," Ander explained. "It is important to make a goal at Old Trafford, one of the best stadiums in the world.
Following his debut in United's win against QPR, Daley Blind told the official site how well he has settled in to life at his new club.
"When I came here there was a really warm welcome and I felt directly good in the team," he said. "Also, Robin helped me a lot because I know him from the Dutch squad.
Following the completion of his deal at the beginning of the summer, Ander Herrera has now had a few weeks to assess the other new signings at the club.
After United's 4-0 victory over QPR, Herrera discussed his new team mates.
"I think they played very good football, they had some very good passes and always kept the ball," he said.
Wilf Zaha had a fairly miserable time in his first year as a Manchester United player. Having been signed by Sir Alex Ferguson in the January before he retired, David Moyes clearly wasn't a fan of the young winger and barely played him.
Louis van Gaal has sent Zaha on loan to the club we bought him from, Crystal Palace, but the player hasn't given up on a United future.
Daley Blind had a fantastic debut for Manchester United yesterday in the middle of the park. He completed an incredible 107 passes with a 96% accuracy.
Following the game, Blind says working with Louis van Gaal will only make him better.
"He is very honest to everybody, he knows what he wants and he knows his philosophy," Blind told the official site.
Good afternoon comrades, and welcome to today's Live Blog coverage of Manchester United v QPR in the Premier League. What a day for United supporters, debuts aplenty, the most expensive side we've ever fielded, Rio Ferdinand returns... all the ingredients for a memorable game of football. Van Gaal has abandoned his three at the back system already, will QPR be able to cope with the array of dazzling attacking talent they'll be facing today?
De Gea, Rafael, Evans, Rojo, Blackett, Blind, Herrera, Mata, Di Maria, Rooney, van Persie.
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Daley Blind is expected to make his debut for United on Sunday and Louis van Gaal has hinted that we can expect to see the Dutchman playing in midfield.
"He is a player who can see situations in advance," he said. "He can [therefore] always pass to the free player, and when he doesn't have the ball, he knows when he has to press the opponent.
When last season ended, Rio Ferdinand's future was still up in the air. It was only after the final game of the season that Manchester United confirmed that they would not be renewing Ferdinand's contract.
Ahead of his Old Trafford return on Sunday, Ferdinand has admitted it will be emotional for him coming back.
Whilst the likes of Gary Neville and Mike Phelan have criticised United for selling Danny Welbeck, Louis van Gaal says he has no doubts that he made the right decision, with Rafamel Falcao coming in Welbeck's place.
"I don't have any doubts because Falcao is, for me, one of the best strikers in the world," said van Gaal.
Adnan Januzaj hasn't had much playing time this season and was used in the centre of midfield against MK Dons. When asked what his favourite position is, he was very clear with his answer, but insists he is happy to play anywhere for Manchester United.
"No.10 of course," he told Squawka.
Whilst Radamel Falcao has only joined United on a loan deal, it seems clear that the striker is thinking about his long-term future at the club, and can't wait to get started.
"I feel well, I started to play two months ago with Monaco and I've improved in the last month a lot," he said.