10.45am Man Utd news LIVE: Rashford, Shaw and Lindelof all injured, Ousmane Dembele January transfer, Everton reaction – The Sun

MANCHESTER UNITED secured a 3-1 at Goodison Park as they overcame a tame Everton side.

But victory came at a price as Marcus Rahsford, Luke Shaw and Victor Lindelof all picked up injuries.

Follow ALL of the latest United transfer gossip and news below…

  • Justin Lawrence

    SER-GO ROMERO

    Sergio Romero is reportedly hoping to leave Man Utd for free in January as he trains alone at the club.

    Romero has been left out of the Red Devils’ Premier League and Champions League squads by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

    SunSport claim that Romero is now training alone in an attempt to push through a move.

    It’s reported that the Argentine is hoping United will let him leave without a fee in January having become fourth-choice.

  • Justin Lawrence

    FERNANDES FRUSTRATION

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer claims he was “frustrated” by Bruno Fernandes' positioning during the win at Everton despite the midfielder's match-winning performance.

    Despite Fernandes' man-of-the-match showing, Solskjaer admitted there was one area the 26-year-old could have improved on as he praised the player after the match.

    The United boss told MUTV : “Great performance. Of course leading the boys, there’s desire and determination. He’s everywhere on the pitch!

    “Sometimes that frustrates me, because sometimes there’s passes being played where he should have been and he’s not there.

    “But you know when you’ve got someone who drives them on like this, of course you’re very happy.”

  • Justin Lawrence

    CAVANI OPTIMISM

    Harry Maguire believes that Edison Cavani will score plenty of goals for Manchester United.

    The United captain was impressed with Cavani’s contribution inhis side's 3-1 win over Everton where he scored and had a penalty appeal turned down.

    Maguire said: “He worked tirelessly up there and did the dirty work and he got his rewards right at the end. I think he’s going to be a big player for us, he’s going to score goals.”

  • Justin Lawrence

    MAD MAGUIRE

    Manchester United captain Harry Maguire believes criticism levelled at the club is rooted in jealousy over past successes.

    He shared his feelings after his side's 3-1 win over Everton.

    Maguire said: “Because we are the biggest club in the world. People don't want us to do well. Why? Probably because of the success we've had in the past.”

  • <a href='http://www.thesun.co.uk/sport' rel='external nofollow ugc' class='url'>Alex Terrell</a>

    AVERAGE POSITIONS

    Here are Everton and United's line-ups throughout the 90 minutes yesterday.

    Note how close Anthony Martial (9), Marcus Rashford (10) and Bruno Fernandes (18) were on the pitch in the end.

    And boy was it effective!

  • Joshua Jones

    GOOD MORNING MAN UTD FANS

    I hope you had a good night’s rest and you’re ready for a stress-free Sunday thanks to yesterday’s result.

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men grabbed all three points with a convincing 3-1 win away to Everton.

    A brace from Bruno Fernandes and a goal for new boy Edinson Cavani was enough to cancel out Bernard’s opener.

    The win didn’t stop boss Solskjaer from ripping into the tight fixture list.

    Solskjaer let rip in a furious, Sir Alex Ferguson-esque rant over his side's fixture pile-up just moments after watching his side beat Everton.

    A clearly seething Solskjaer told BT Sport: “We were set up to fail. The kick-off time set us up to fail.

    “We have been to Turkey, played loads of games this season already, we got back Thursday morning and we are playing Saturday lunchtime.

    “It's an absolute shambles. These boys deserve better.

    “Luke Shaw has got injured because of it. It's a hamstring which might be a long one.

    “And Marcus Rashford might be struggling.”

    United’s hopes of signing goalscoring sensation Erling Haaland may have hit a snap, Real Madrid are in the hunt and they have a secret weapon – Martin Odegaard.

    The chance of joining fellow Norwegian starlet and close friend Odegaard at the Bernabeu makes Real an especially attractive option for Haaland.

    Spanish newspaper AS also suggest agent Mino Raiola has a 'gentleman's agreement'.

  • Joshua Mbu

    REAL DEAL

    Real Madrid made some serious bank out of the players sold to Premier League clubs………

  • Joshua Mbu

    ROME STRETCH

    Sergio Romero is back in training at Manchester United and counting down the days to the next transfer window.

    The Argentinian keeper did not return to work after his lengthy dispute over being snubbed by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for the Europa League semi.

    Romero is now staying fit on his own and hoping United will let him leave without a fee in January to end his misery as their unwanted extra keeper.

    The crunch will come over whether Romero gets a pay off when he leaves. 

    He is unlikely to pick up similar wages away from Old Trafford.

    Credit: Getty Images 

  • Joshua Mbu

    RIO SPEAKS

    Club legend Rio Ferdinand has spoke out after United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's rant over the timing of the fixture.

    Solskjaer was not happy with the fixture being played just three days after his sides defeat to Basaksehir in Istanbul.

    Speaking on BT after the game, Ferdinand said: “This happens at top clubs, we’ve all been away in, say, Ukraine and then play away in Newcastle in a lunchtime kick-off.

    “That’s part and parcel of it. I understand his frustration because we used to moan – you want the league to be a little bit lenient and say, ‘We’ll give you a little bit extra time’.

    “But it wasn’t the case and you’ve got to get on with it.

    “His frustrations lies in players getting injured, but also, he’s controlled the narrative during that interview.

    “He’s talked about what he wanted to talk about and that’s something a lot of the top managers in the past have done.

    “It takes away from maybe the other things that were going on before the game, but the result is the be all and end all and he got the result he needed.”

  • Joshua Mbu

    OFF THE MARK

    United new boy Edinson Cavani got off the mark today against Everton!

  • Joshua Mbu

    MAKING PROGRESS

    Marcus Rashford has held a positive chat with Boris Johnson just hours after starring in the 3-1 win over Everton.

    The Manchester United superstar has been at loggerheads with the government over his fight to feed hungry children.

    MPs sparked fury last month after they voted down a plan to extend free school meals through the school holidays.

    But it didn't deter the 23-year-old from continuing his campaign as he rallied the country together with thousands of cafes and restaurants offering free dinners.

    Following weeks of political pressure, Boris Johnson promised no child would go hungry this Christmas.

    And it appears Rashford has made even further progress in his campaign.

    Taking to Twitter, he wrote: “Just had a great conversation with the Prime Minister now is the time for collaboration.”

  • Joshua Mbu

    'RYAN CAN'T RESIST'

    Ryan Giggs’s brother Rhodri has labelled him a sex addict who cannot resist women on nights out.

    Rhodri, 43, whose ex-wife Natasha had a secret eight-year affair with the former Manchester United ace, told a sports podcast: “Everyone has a weakness.

    “Ryan’s was that when he goes out, he has to sleep with women.”

    But asked if he despised his brother, Rhodri told The Michael Anthony Show podcast: “No, I don’t. I feel sorry for him

    “He’s had the most amazing career but it’s just tarnished and that’s not down to me. It’s down to his own philandering. I was faithful.”

    Rhodri was speaking a month before Giggs, 46, was arrested over a bust-up with girlfriend Kate Greville.

  • Joshua Mbu

    OLE'S THOUGHTS

    Watch United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's post-match thoughts.

  • Joshua Mbu

    STRIKING RESEMBLANCE

    Chelsea legend Joe Cole has likened Manchester United's Bruno Fernandes to Blues boss Frank Lampard.

    Fernandes produced a wonderful display in today's win at Goodison Park.

    Speaking to BT after the game, Cole said: “This (goal) is like Lampard in his prime the way he timed it. If you look at Luke Shaw he could have delivered it first time but he didn’t.

    “He waits and waits and waits and Fernandes just reads it, gets in between the centre halves.

    “He’s got that instinct from midfield where he is always going to score goals because his timing is excellent and his finishing is top drawer as well.”

  • Joshua Mbu

    ODE PALS ACT

    Real Madrid are “optimistic” of signing Erling Haaland – thanks to secret weapon Martin Odegaard.

    Borussia Dortmund are battling to keep Manchester United target Jadon Sancho and strike-partner Haaland for the long term.

    But the chance of joining fellow Norwegian starlet and close friend Odegaard at the Bernabeu makes Real an especially attractive option for Haaland.

    Spanish newspaper AS also suggest agent Mino Raiola has a “gentleman's agreement” with Dortmund that Haaland can leave the German giants in 2022 if he wants to.

    And all the time the 20-year-old goalscoring feats become more remarkable.

  • Joshua Mbu

    GONE TOO SOUN

    Graeme Sounessclaims he quit management due to modern players’ bad attitudes – just like those at Manchester United.

    The pundit, 67, enjoyed a stellar playing career before entering the dugout in 1986.

    He told Sky Sports: “Don’t talk to me about the modern player, their attitude and responsibilities they seem to shy away from today.

    “That [Man Utd] dressing room needs to have a close look at itself, collectively and individually, as to why they’re in this situation.

    “There are some very good players in that dressing room: stand up and be counted now.

    “For yourself first and foremost, then your families, then for your manager and football clubs.

    “That’s why I stopped being a manager a long time ago, you can’t demand it from them anymore. Instead, you’re asking them.

    “I think at the end of every sentence you end up having to say ‘Please’ today. ‘Please can you run a bit harder, please can you be more aggressive, please can you give everything?’

    “They were givens and that should be a given. You’re at a big club at United, you never play easy games, every game is a cup final for the opposition.

    “From the outside looking in, a lot of them are in their armchairs, looking to blame other people.”

  • Joshua Mbu

    NOT HAPPY

    Watch as United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer fumes over today's kick-off time.

  • Joe Miles

    UNITED RATINGS

    Harry Maguire and Fred put in stellar performances against Everton but Rashford and Martial looked off the pace.

    Click here to find out how SunSport's Joshua Jones rated all of the United players.

  • Joe Miles

    'ABSOLUTE SHAMBLES'

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer let rip in a furious, Sir Alex Ferguson-esque rant over his side's fixture pile-up just moments after watching his side beat Everton.

    A clearly seething Solskjaer told BT Sport: “We were set up to fail. The kick-off time set us up to fail.

    “We have been to Turkey, played loads of games this season already, we got back Thursday morning and we are playing Saturday lunchtime.

    “It's an absolute shambles. These boys deserve better.

    “Luke Shaw has got injured because of it. It's a hamstring which might be a long one.

    “And Marcus Rashford might be struggling.”

  • Joe Miles

    CAV SOME OF THAT

    Edinson Cavani scored his first Manchester United goal today's win over the Toffees – and had selfless team-mate Bruno Fernandes to thank for it.

    The Toffees were caught on the break as they pushed for a late equaliser.

    The pitch opened up and United were able to unleash a four-on-two attack.

    Fernandes could have fired at goal to complete his hat-trick, but unselfishly squared for Cavani.

    The Uruguayan, 33, made no mistake as he coolly fired past Jordan Pickford in the home goal.

    It was Cavani's first goal for his new club having gone goalless in his opening four games.

  • Joe Miles

    IT'S ALL OVER

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer can breathe a sigh of relief after United thumped Everton 3-1.

    Manchester United escaped an early scare after Bernardo gave the Toffees the lead in the first half.

    Click here to read SunSport's match report.

  • Joe Miles

    JOR DROPPING

    Jordan Pickford escaped punishment AGAIN after a wild kick on Harry Maguire in the box during Everton's game against Manchester United.

    The Toffees stopper recently dodged trouble after ending Virgil van Dijk's season in the Merseyside derby and fans are furious that he got away with one again.

    Former referee turned BT Sport pundit Peter Walton said: “I thought it was foul and it should have been looked at again for a penalty kick.”

    Pickford spilled the ball, and as he attempted to clear he connected with the England centre-back with a flailing leg.

    Replays show Maguire with his hand on the Three Lions keeper as he tried to catch the high ball but contact appeared minimal.

    The England pair clashed after the incident.

    And despite calls for a United penalty, nothing was given.

  • Joe Miles

    PASS THE BUCK

    Manchester United made 20 passes before Bruno Fernandes levelled the scoring against Everton this afternoon. Not bad, eh?

  • Joe Miles

    OVER TO BRU

    Never fear, Bruno Fernandes is here.

    The Portuguese superstar has scored TWICE to give United the lead over Everton.

  • Joe Miles

    FERD IT HERE FIRST

    Will Manchester United be able to give Rio Ferdinand the birthday present that he wants?

    Let's wait and see, but the Red Devils are already 1-0 down against Everton.

    Bernard scored in the 19th minute to pile the pressure on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

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