Man Utd swoop for Arsenal reject Matthew Willock | Transfers | Tribal Football

Manchester United have snapped up former Arsenal junior Matthew Willock.The talented midfielder was with Reading last season and signed for United earlier this month.

Manchester United have snapped up former Arsenal junior Matthew Willock.

The talented midfielder was with Reading last season and signed for United earlier this month.

Willock has two brothers, Joe and Chris, still with Arsenal.

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Man Utd boss Ferguson admits age catching up to him | Premiership News | Tribal Football

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson admits age is catching up to him.Fergie, 70, was rushed to hospital in May when he suffered a persistent nose bleed at an event in Glasgow.

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson admits age is catching up to him.

Fergie, 70, was rushed to hospital in May when he suffered a persistent nose bleed at an event in Glasgow.

And he admitted: “We are all vulnerable to age aren’t we?

“There’s no question. It does not come without penalties.”

It was a sign that even he has to start taking things a bit easier.

He revealed: “I just took too many flights that week — seven of them.

“It was a bit silly to be flying as much as I did. Belfast, Berlin, Glasgow to Manchester, back to Belfast, it was seven flights in seven days. Maybe that was a way of telling me to slow down a bit in terms of travelling.”

Porto still waiting on Chelsea bid for Pereira | Transfers | Tribal Football

Porto are waiting for an offer from Chelsea to arrive for Alvaro Pereira.The Blues have long been linked with the £20million wing-back.

Porto are waiting for an offer from Chelsea to arrive for Alvaro Pereira.

The Blues have long been linked with the £20million wing-back.

His agent Alejandro Savich said: “He will stay unless there is a proposal. So far there is nothing at all.”

Man Utd boss Ferguson: Man City title triumph left me fuming | Premiership News | Tribal Football

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson admits the manner of losing the title to Manchester City burns him up.

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson admits the manner of losing the title to Manchester City burns him up.

Fergie remains furious at the way his side lost the title on goal difference on a dramatic final day of the season to bitter rivals Manchester City.

He admitted: “I’ve lost my temper and I’m angry. If you lose the league like that, it’s hard to swallow.

“But once the season is over you have to say ‘Right, OK, we will just go again’. That is the great quality we have at this club.

“People may say Manchester City are the team to beat but I don’t agree. We are the team to beat because of the way we react, the way we have bounced back in the past.”

Chelsea striker Lukaku determined to prove himself | Premiership News | Tribal Football

Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku is determined to come good this season.Lukaku, 19, struck twice in a 4-2 win over Seattle with new Chelsea boys Eden Hazard and Marko Marin also on target.

Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku is determined to come good this season.

Lukaku, 19, struck twice in a 4-2 win over Seattle with new Chelsea boys Eden Hazard and Marko Marin also on target.

He admitted: “Those goals have been a long time coming. Last season was very difficult for me.

“But now it’s back to zero and if you have a good manager behind you, like I do now with Roberto Di Matteo, it’s the perfect situation. I’m confident and sure I can do well.”

Man Utd boss Ferguson: Suarez cost Dalglish Liverpool job | Premiership News | Tribal Football

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson believes Luis Suarez cost Kenny Dalglish his Liverpool job.

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson believes Luis Suarez cost Kenny Dalglish his Liverpool job.

Dalglish was sacked by Liverpool owner John W Henry at the end of last season.

And Manchester United chief Fergie is convinced the way Dalglish handled the Suarez situation, after he was accused of racially abusing Patrice Evra, cost him.

Ferguson said: “I wasn’t surprised at Kenny leaving. Henry has looked at the Suarez incident and felt it wasn’t handled right.”

Napoli fury over demands of Chelsea target Cavani | Transfers | Tribal Football

Napoli president Aurelio de Laurentiis is digging in his heels over the future of Edinson Cavani.

Napoli president Aurelio de Laurentiis is digging in his heels over the future of Edinson Cavani.

Cavani is a top summer target for Chelsea and Manchester City.

“I will let him rot on the bench if he asks for €7-8 million in wages,” De Laurentiis told TuttoNapoli.net.