Ashley Young is a target for Aston Villa, Sunderland and Southampton, according to the Daily Express. Young has been linked with a move away from Old Trafford for some time and the report suggests the three Premier League clubs are all interested in the services of the 29-year-old.
Young, who played the first three games of the season but has since failed to make an appearance, is under contract with United until 2016 but the club looks unlikely to offer Young an extension, given he's consistently failed to deliver since arriving at Old Trafford in the summer of 2011.
Samuel Eto'o's hat-trick helped Chelsea beat Manchester United 3-1 win at Stamford Bridge on Sunday a result that left Jose Mourinho's side within two points of leaders Arsenal. But the defeat means title-holders United are now 14 points behind the Gunners with 16 league games of the season remaining.
Having started 2014 in terrible fashion with consecutive home defeats against Spurs and Swansea, United travel to Sunderland tonight hoping to take another step towards the Capital One Cup final, at the moment the Reds' most realistic chance of silverware in this disgraced season.
Sunday's showing in the FA Cup was nothing short of embarrassing something we've become somewhat accustomed to in the first six months of the campaign and United must improve, if they're to secure a positive result against a side that might be bottom of the table, but will undoubtedly be fired up for the occasion.
It's taken him over a month to build up the courage to talk about it, but Ashley Young has finally opened up and broken his silence over the infamous "bird poo" incident that he suffered against Swansea on the opening day of the season.
The bilious anger caused byUnited getting their campaign off to a losing start at Old Trafford was quickly overshadowed when Vine clips suddenly flooded social media which appeared to show Young taking a globule of bird poo directly in the mouth.
August for Manchester United didn't go as expected –but then it sort of went exactly as expected, in the back of our minds, at least since David Moyes made it his mission to make us all a little more humble. It turns out that, yes, there would be no quick fix. Even the manager says it'll take three months before it finally starts to click.
Manchester United's Ashley Young is notorious for his diving or simulation as some call it and was rightly carded today for the above incident, however the way I seen it was it was more cowardly than anything as if he had of attacked the ball for a shot or to nip in inside it would definitely made Wes Brown foul him but Ashley Young chose to avoid a collision with the former United defender incase he got hurt which was much more cynical than the dive?
Ashley Young had an unsaviour moment at Old Trafford today as a bird shite in his mouth in the first half which was exactly what came of the Manchester United performance as Colin Monk out-witted his more illustrious opponent which gave Swansea a deserved 2-1 win in the season curtain raiser!
The Oxford dictionary defines despair as ‘the complete loss or absence of hope'. Most United fans may have different definitions. Watching Ashley Young receive the ball 30 yards inside the opposition half, turn, and play the ball back 60 yards to the keeper.
The pre-season tour of the USA could not have gone any better for Manchester United. Wins against elite European opposition and against the old enemy has buoyed Manchester United fans worldwide. Clearly, the Dutch manager has lifted the spirit of the entire club and instilled belief into the players once more.
Manchester United are beginning to find their passing feet that was missing for most, if not all of last season and it was none more evident last-night against Real Madrid as Darren Fletcher broke up an attack passed to Rooney who brilliantly played a one two with the United captain who in turn released it to Welbeck before he set-up Ashley Young to give United a 1-0 lead in front of a record crowd in Michican.
As far as experiments go, Manchester United's decision to appoint David Moyes last summer was as close to an unmitigated disaster as it gets. In fact, by the time Moyes was unceremoniously relieved of his duties, things had gone beyond the point of no return and drastic action was required.
Away from heat maps and statistics recording pass completion rates, football remains an extremely simple game.
David Moyes: Portrait of a Scapegoat - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
When the news was confirmed early on Tuesday morning that Manchester United boss David Moyes had been sacked, it sadly came as no surprise as the writing had been on the wall for a while. The champions had 27 fewer points than they did after 35 games last season.
Manchester United have completed their final training session before tomorrow's game against Bayern Munich. As we reported earlier, Wayne Rooney, Jonny Evans, Patrice Evra and Ashley Young all took part.
Earthquakes. They are incredibly powerful and in many cases devastating. They tear apart streets, they knock down buildings, and, most impressive, they can on occasion cause Lionheart English international Ashley Young to fall to the ground.
Here are ten images of the devastating might of earthquakes as they toy with Ashley Young's legs.
Manchester United's players have been posting photos to their social media accounts during their Champions League travels. Goalkeeper David De Gea posed for a photo with Javier Hernandez and wrote: "Champions League time!! Let's go to Greece." Wingers Ashley Young and Antonio Valencia also uploaded a photo, with Young commenting: "On the way to Greece!
The R'n'B fans among Manchester United's squad 'got lucky' last night when they bumped into Pharrell Williams at their team hotel. Staying in London ahead of this evening's game against Crystal Palace, United duo Danny Welbeck and Ashley Young posed for a photo with the N.E.R.D. frontman. Williams' pink ten-gallon hat stole the show some [.
Manchester United's record signing Juan Mata enjoyed a winning debut as his new club recorded a 2-0 victory at home to Cardiff City in the Premier League.
Leaders Arsenal, meanwhile, blew an opportunity to move four points clear after drawing 2-2 at Southampton, but Liverpool tightened their grip on fourth place with a superb 4-0 defeat of local rivals Everton.
Juan Mata made his Manchester United debut tonight as Ole Gunnar Solksjaer returned to Old Trafford for the first time as the Opposition.
However it was Ashley Young who stole the show, first setting up Robin Van Persie for the opener and then grabbing one himself just when United looked vulnerable at the back as United beat Cardiff 2-0 at Old Trafford tonight.
30If you are part of the ABU brigade, that headline has to make you laugh. For years Man United opponents have said that referee Howard Webb favored Sir Alex Ferguson and United in the big games. So there is some irony them that in Webb's first game at Old Trafford in the David Moyes era that Moyes branded Webb's decision not to award a penalty and send Hugo Lloris off for a challenge on Ashley Young during Tottenham's 2-1 win over Manchester United as "scandalous".
David Moyes and Manchester United got the 2014 off to the worst possible starts, slumping to yet another home defeat as Spurs won at Old Trafford for the second consecutive year, leaving them 11 points behind league leaders Arsenal.
Despite a poor first half performance, United rallied when they found themselves 2-0 down but could not complete another comeback thanks, according to Moyes, to Howard Webb's "scandalous decision" not to award a penalty when Ashley Young was clattered by Hugo Lloris with three minutes remaining.
Manchester United have been getting into the festive spirit with a Christmas challenge at their training ground. Ashley Young, Anderson and Kiko Macheda took part in the challenge. They went up against former players Quinton Fortune, David May and Mickey Thomas, as well as a team comprising head of fitness and conditioning Tony Strudwick, fitness [.
Ashley Young has admitted that he's well aware of having matured a reputation for diving but, while he understands the criticism, he has no intention to apologise for the controversial incidents that have seen him thrust under the spotlight this season.
The United winger came under intense scrutiny earlier this season as he was booked for diving against Crystal Palace, before subsequently winning an extremely soft penalty asKagisho Dikgacoi, while another of Young's theatrical tumbles earned United an extremely dubious penalty kick away at Real Sociedad.
Much of the frustration and analysis of casual observers regarding Manchester United's dip in form this season has been around new manager David Moyes. But the analysis has failed to recognize the slip in competitive position in the transfer market inflicted by the club's American owners.
The Red Devils commercial revenues worldwide are roughly similar to Barcelona or Bayern Munich, but both of those clubs have twice or three times the spending power of United currently.
Nani has spoken out in favour of David Moyes, claiming he's received a much-needed confidence boost since the Scotsman replaced Sir Alex Ferguson in July.
Timely though the confidence boost might have been, United are still to reap the benefits, with Nani starting only five Premier League games this season and, much like fellow wingers Antonio Valencia and Ashley Young, failing to impress this season.
Manchester United are no longer mid-table, we're no longer enduring the worst start in our Premier League history, we're very much still in the title race. All of which leaves one important question: who are we going to demonise this week? It can't be David Moyes, after all we're winning, it can't be Nani or Danny Welbeck, they haven't been playing.
In recent seasons Ashley Young has gained a bit of a reputation as something of a diver. This began at Aston Villa and has gained increased attention since he joined Manchester United, partly because of the club's profile and particularly because he was criticised by David Moyes after his plunge against Crystal Palace earlier this season.
This is one of many posters denouncing that terrible act that is too often encountered in football, diving. Here, Ashley Young, a player for Manchester United is shown in a parody of Bruce Willis's Die Hard in Dive Hard 2. Iain Mcintosh of ESPN Soccernet addressed the prevalence of diving in soccer today with this great piece.
Pictures appeared in the press last week showing Danny Welbeck, Tom Cleverley and Ashley Young going out in town after the defeat against Bayern Munich. They were out until the early hours and were seen dancing in the street and chatting up girls.
Reports in the press have today claimed that Moyes has fined the players for this.
At this point, most top flight footballers would've figured out close your ears, Ashley Young they can't get away with horrible dives because there's a camera covering every inch of the big stadiums but for the restrooms. Even then, one gets the feeling there's a pervert or two among club owners. At the lower level, however, one might be able to get with it.