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McTominay: "The whole club is behind him [Solskjær]. We believe in every word he says, and it's not just him. We trust every word from Mike Phelan, Kieran McKenna, Michael Carrick, the entire support staff." [tv2]

Lindelöf: "We didn’t have the time to get to the level we wanted [due to a shorter than usual pre-season]. But I think after this international break, a lot of people will be back and we’ll be ready to perform to the level we want."

Manchester United have added Sevilla's Jules Koundé to a list of players they would like to sign in January. [ESPN]

Aaron Wan-Bissaka was caught speeding at 104mph in the second week of the national coronavirus lockdown, a court has heard. He was given six penalty points on his drivers license and a £600 fine, as well as pay costs and fees up to £160. [standard sport]

Official: Manchester United announce partnership with Laybuy to become the club's official Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) partner.

Juan Mata rejected a €20m-a-year offer from a Saudi Arabian club during the summer transfer window. After turning down a €16m-a-year offer from Saudi Arabia, a second offer of €20m-a-year was made to Juan Mata, which the player rejected as he is convinced Manchester United will win a trophy this season.

Manchester United have put in place the mechanism to sign Rennes' Eduardo Camavinga if Paul Pogba leaves the club. United are posing a great threat to Real Madrid for the 17-year-old. [as]

On deadline day, Everton offered to cover the entirety of Sergio Romero's £100,000-a-week wages as well a £2m loan fee to Manchester United. United wanted to hold out for a £8m transfer fee. Romero was annoyed at the decision and feels he should be allowed to leave. There are suspicions that Manchester United did not want to send Sergio Romero to Everton as they didn't want to strengthen a team who have started the Premier League season with four wins in four games. Sergio Romero could still leave to the MLS, with their transfer window open until October 29. A number of MLS clubs are understood to be interested in Romero. [The Athletic UK]

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