It was a very disappointing day for Manchester United as they suffered a humbling 3-0 defeat at the hands of Everton at Goodison Park. James McCarthy, John Stones and Kevin Mirallas goals condemned United to back-to-back league defeats for the first time under Louis van Gaal and put their quest to finish in the top four on hold.
Sir Alex Ferguson has sung the praises of Cristiano Ronaldo, who has 39 league goals to his name this season, 50 in all competitions, saying he could score goals for any team.
In contrast, he believes that Messi, who is on 35 league goals and 47 in all competitions, could only thrive as he does at Barcelona.
20,000 empty seats, are you f**king sure?
The champions of England can't seem the sell out their stadium but are still expanding it and hiking up ticket prices. Good luck with that.
Marouane Fellaini has reflected on the shock of how big Manchester United is, and how he had to learn that quickly when signing for the club the summer before last.
It is better for me. I know my team-mates, I know my manager, I know the club. It was new to me, when I joined. It is a big club, I knew that, and I knew we had to win every game, but it was still different.
Marouane Fellaini has sung the praises of Louis van Gaal, claiming that the manager has brought more intelligence to United's game.
Football is about the brain, too, no? Van Gaal has brought that here. He tells us how important it is to read the game. When we have a meeting, he will ask why we did certain things, and then we get his opinion.
Luke Shaw had arguably his best performance in a United shirt in our game against Chelsea last weekend. Louis van Gaal has claimed this came as no surprise to him, and that he is expecting even more from the left back next season.
I believe in Luke Shaw so, for me, it isn't a surprise.
Marouane Fellaini has reflected on how different football is for him this year compared to last. Under David Moyes, Fellaini looked dreadful.
When Louis van Gaal took charge, fans presumed the player would just be written off and shipped out. In a pre-season friendly, Fellaini's every touch was met with ironic cheers and some boos from the crowd.
Louis van Gaal has put the pressure on David de Gea by revealing to the press that the goalkeeper has been offered a lot of money by the club to extend his contract.
While unconfirmed, there have been suggestions that De Gea is waiting until United's place in the Champions League next season has been settled before committing to the club.
All eyes are on Maraouane Fellaini ahead of Manchester United's game against Everton tomorrow. The former Everton midfielder, who joined United with David Moyes, was a figure for ridicule on Merseyside last season. United had paid over the odds for him, after allowing his clause to expire, and he had been fairly dreadful.
Having spent his entire career playing for Sir Alex Ferguson, and now getting experience from being Louis van Gaal's number two, Ryan Giggs is setting himself up nicely for a future career in management.
Patrice Evra revealed this week that Ferguson told him just two players in his final squad were made to be managers, Evra and Giggs.
The Times rich list has been published today and shows that Wayne Rooney is the richest footballer in the country. United's assistant manager, Ryan Giggs, and former defender, Rio Ferdinand, also feature in the top 10.
Scott wrote for ESPN about which defenders should stay or go this summer.
Sport Witness reports on Depay's meeting with United.
The Telegraph reckons West Ham are trying to lure David Moyes.
Paul Scholes write for The Independent about who he thinks is the player of the year.
Louis van Gaal has confirmed today that Rafael da Silva is out for the rest of the season, after breaking his ribs when playing for the U-21s as part of his rehabilitation.
This season, he has been in the match day squad just 18 times from a possible 39 in all competitions. He has played the full 90 minutes on just five occasions, the last of those in the 1-1 draw against Chelsea at Old Trafford.
United's six-game winning run came to a cruel and unfortunate end last week at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea edged a 1-0 victory courtesy of an Eden Hazard counter. Late injuries to Michael Carrick, Daley Blind, Marcos Rojo and Phil Jones didn't look to hamper United's performance too much besides a shift in the side which saw Wayne Rooney back in a midfield role, with Paddy McNair, Radamel Falcao and Luke Shaw all returning to the starting XI.