Man United news LIVE: Latest news and updates on Tuesday

Man United news LIVE: Latest news as Jadon Sancho is ‘removed from the club’s WhatsApp group’ and former striker Wayne Rooney opens up on mental health struggles

 Follow Mail Sport’s live blog for all the latest news and updates from Old Trafford on Tuesday as Jadon Sancho is ‘remove’ from the Manchester United WhatsApp group.

Man United should NOT panic about Rasmus Hojlund's Premier League goal drought… team-mates don't play to his strengths and haven't created a chance for him in 160 minutes

As Rasmus Hojlund saw the No 11 come up in red on the fourth official’s board with 11 minutes to go at Fulham, frustration got the better of him.

His withdrawal made it eight games and counting without a Premier League goal. He was annoyed, as you would expect, shaking his head before being replaced by Anthony Martial as United went in search of a winner.

Erik ten Hag tried to appease the striker before he slumped into his seat on the bench. It is four times in eight league games now he’s been hooked before the final whistle, but panic? There is no need for that.


Watch Marcus Rashford narrowly escape getting a parking ticket on £280,000 McLaren by seconds

A video of Marcus Rashford narrowly avoiding a parking ticket on his McLaren supercar has gone viral on social media.

The clip appears to show the Manchester United star, 26, just seconds from incurring a fine for leaving his vehicle parked on double yellow lines and the pavement.

Filmed over a month ago, Rashford is seen arriving in the nick of time as a waiting traffic attendant ponders whether to give him a ticket with the McLaren 765LT – worth an estimated £280,000 left on the kerb perched over double yellow lines.


Daniel Sturridge tells Rasmus Hojlund to start having 'conversations' with Man United team-mates in a bid to end his goals slump

Daniel Sturridge has instructed Rasmus Hojlund to start sharing more information with his Manchester United team-mates to help him to kick-start a run of goalscoring form.

Hojlund was brought to Old Trafford in the summer to be Erik ten Hag’s figurehead in attack, however, he has struggled to settle into new surroundings and is still searching for a first Premier League goal.

All three of his strikes for United have come in the Champions League, while against English opposition he has struggled to make an impact for Ten Hag’s side.


Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and Man City can ALL book their place in the Champions League knockout stages, while English sides have plenty to do… but who else needs a win in the next round of Group Stage games?

To the joy of football fans everywhere, Champions League action gets back underway this week and there’s plenty to play for in matchday four.

Surprisingly, there are a number of teams – including the likes of Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, Manchester City – who can secure qualification to the next round already by securing a win this week.

The European giants will be keen to wrap up their respective group stage journeys with two games to spare but will be well aware of the challenges that lie ahead.


Phil Neville is named Portland Timbers head coach as the former Man United and Everton defender secures a quick return to MLS five months after Inter Miami sacking

The Portland Timbers have announced that Englishman Phil Neville will be taking over as manager of the club for the 2024 season.

Portland let go of manager Giovanni Savarese in the middle of last season after he was in charge for 216 games.

Neville’s last managerial job came with Inter Miami CF from 2021 until 2023 – when he was fired after going 5-0-10 to start the season.


Wayne Rooney reveals he'd drink until he 'almost passed out' when he faced difficulties during his playing career as former England captain opens up to Rob Burrow about his struggles with mental health

Wayne Rooney has revealed how he would drink until he ‘almost passed out’ to escape his struggles at the peak of his career.

In a new podcast hosted by rugby league legend Rob Burrow, the Birmingham boss admitted he was in a ‘low place for a few years’ after using alcohol as his coping mechanism rather than asking for help.

‘I’ve had many different challenges, both on the pitch and off the pitch, and my release was alcohol,’ said ex-England and Manchester United captain Rooney when asked how he has dealt with tough times in his life.


Jadon Sancho is 'REMOVED from Man United's WhatsApp group' as his exile from the first team continues after refusing to apologise for a social media outburst

Jadon Sancho has reportedly been removed from Manchester United’s WhatsApp group as his exile shows no sign of ending.

The £73million winger has been forced to train on his own at the academy and barred from using first team facilities since publicly branding manager Erik ten Hag a liar over his reasons for dropping him for the 3-1 away defeat by Arsenal in September.

Sancho removed the social media post media but refused to apologise for the outburst resulting in a now prolonged absence from the senior squad.


Good morning!

Hello and welcome to Mail Sport’s live coverage of all things Manchester United on Tuesday.

On the heels of victory against Fulham over the weekend, and just one day away from a must-win Champions League match against Copenhagen, the news out of Old Trafford shows no sign of slowing dow.

First up…


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