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Manuel Pellegrini’s men also boast an elephantine 18-strike goal difference advantage over their rivals, meaning only one set of results will see the two sides swap places, banishing Pep Guardiola to the Europa League in the process.
Inside the Swans’ last ten games they’ve scalped a selection of divisional aristocracy, with Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool among their victims as well as upwardly mobile West Ham. Since Francesco Guidolin took over from caretaker manager Alan Curtis the Welsh side have shipped a mere three times in seven games at the Liberty Stadium to offer further evidence they can thwart their guests.
City have been in less than convincing form of late, winning once in their last six outings and losing two of the last three, with both of those losses on the road. The Swans were unlucky not to get a draw at the Etihad amid their December doldrums and, with the good times rolling once more, a home win is far from out of the question. United will need to fulfill their part of the bargain against a team that beat them on the south coast regardless.
They can draw upon rock solid home form in doing so, having won seven of their last ten at Old Trafford ahead of the encounter, drawing the remaining three.
Opponents Bournemouth seemed to have put their feet up after the win over Aston Villa that banished the spectre of relegation for the season and should be tame enough to roll over and have their belly tickled.
Manchester United have released details of thirty-eight new kits for next season, which will be the second under their record deal with kit suppliers Adidas. The Old Trafford side, not content with releasing a new strip every season as has become the norm, will instead wear a brand new strip for every single Premier League match. Fans have already voiced their discontent, saying that no one could possibly afford to buy all the strips, and Woodward was keen to point out that nobody was sticking a gun to their heads making them buy them, and that not purchasing any kits was perfectly fine, if they didn’t want their club to challenge for the title next season. BBC Sport's football expert Mark Lawrenson has been pitting his wits against a different guest each week this season.
Fans may have one eye on this summer’s European Championships, but clubs may already be starting their moves in the transfer market. Napoli star Gonzalo Higuain would reportedly favour a summer transfer to Liverpool due to the presence of Jurgen Klopp. Despite links with almost every other top club in Europe right now, the Argentine hot-shot is a big fan of the Reds boss. Liverpool could do with Higuain’s quality up front after another injury-hit campaign for Daniel Sturridge, while Christian Benteke has struggled to settle. Manchester United are reportedly on alert for Paul Pogba as Juventus informally place him on the market.
The 23-year-old is one of the best midfielders in the world, but recent speculation suggests the Italian giants have already planned for his departure.
Jose Mourinho wants to strengthen in midfield and Pogba could be a good alternative after the club missed out on Renato Sanches.


Latest reports suggest both Leicester City and Liverpool are keen on the England international. The Gunners could do well to offload the player as he has failed to live up to his potential, though may be wary of allowing him to join a Premier League rival.
As new arrivals roll into Old Trafford as the Jose Mourinho revolution begins, one man rumoured to be heading the other way is popular midfielder Juan Mata, with Merseyside giants Everton the front-runners to snap up the Red Devils man. Here’s why Ronald Koeman should get his credit card out to sign the World Cup-winning midfield maestro. After Man United’s lowest-scoring league campaign in over 25 years, it would be easy to simply write off their midfield as having failed, but that would do a huge disservice to their one bright spark in the centre of the park. He was comfortably the club’s highest assist provider, setting up 11 goals in all competitions last season, as well as netting 10 times – making him the third-highest scorer at the club, and ensuring back-to-back seasons of reaching double figures in the goalscoring charts from midfield. And if there’s any doubt about how highly boss Louis van Gaal rated his importance, Mata played more minutes last season than any other United midfielder. Confident on the ball, attack-minded and possessing an incredible range of passing, Mata is not only a hugely talented player, but fits the footballing philosophy which Koeman has always followed – continuing to hone it at Feyenoord and most recently, Southampton. Koeman’s sides have always been attacking and exciting, but have also mixed classy, tidy, attack-minded players with more physical personnel. Who better to provide that counterpoint than one of the league’s most talented distributors of the ball? With a new boss and a financial boost following businessman Farhad Moshiri’s involvement in the club, there will be plenty of expectation on this side of Stanley Park as the Toffees look to lift a first major trophy since their 1995 FA Cup triumph. One crucial factor for a return to winning ways would surely be having players with the experience of past success, and Mata certainly ticks the box on that front. That experience could be invaluable to key players who haven’t featured in a major cup final or title race – the likes of Ross Barkley, John Stones and Muhamed Besic. Mourinho spoke to the press on Tuesday and immediately took a swipe at Van Gaal - and long term rival Arsene Wenger. A flame-throwing genius in the dug-out and an arrogant genius at centre-forward - where have we seen that before? When Wayne Rooney questioned Manchester Uniteda€™s ambition in October 2010, it was widely seen as a means of prising a new A?250,000-a-week contract out of the club.More than three years later, and with talks over another new deal yet to get off the ground, you could argue the England striker had a point.
In the worst-case scenario, United are happy they can absorb the financial blow of failing to qualify for the Champions League. United are confident they can again convince Rooney of the cluba€™s ambition and reports in Germany yesterday indicated Moyes is ready to move for his primary target, A?40million-rated Borussia Dortmund striker Marco Reus. Goals from Philippe Coutinho and Raheem Sterling at St Mary’s today have sent Liverpool two points outside the UEFA Champions League places.


Manchester United and Southampton both lost this weekend and Tottenham drew to give Brendan Rodgers’ side a great opportunity to finish in the top four. Southampton had penalty shouts immediately before and after Liverpool took the lead, but were both waved away.  The visitors can certainly thank the referee for waving away the second which looked a certain. The home side failed to create much in the second half as they fizzled out, and mistakes from Morgan Schneiderlin and Matthew Targett set up Raheem Sterling to coolly tuck the ball home to settle the match for the Reds. However, so large is the sponsorship deal (?750 million over ten years) that, fuck it, we need to start making some of that money back’. And he already has the latter at Goodison Park, in the form of Arouna Kone, Oumar Niasse – and for now – Romelu Lukaku. The 28-year-old has lifted the World Cup, European Championship, Champions League, Europa League, FA Cup and Copa Del Rey.
And could a certain Mr Mata add another medal with a fourth different club to his glittering collection? Despite last seasona€™s title success, it is hard not to agree that United were already a club in decline when Sir Alex Fergusona€™s retirement ushered in a new era under David Moyes.
It is a far cry from the summer when the player expressed a desire to leave Old Trafford and United fended off strong interest from Chelsea and Arsenal.
He has emphasised the point this season by being Uniteda€™s most influential player by some distance, with 11 goals in 24 games.
However, except for signing Van Persie, could they say their club has stocked up on world-class talent since then?
Two high- quality midfielders remain the priority but forwards Radamel Falcao, Edinson Cavani and Diego Costa are believed to be on the list of targets.There is also the prospect of success in cup competitions.
A difficult campaign sees the Barclays Premier League champions in seventh place after the New Yeara€™s Day defeat at home by Tottenham. He wants to see where United finish and what new signings they have lined up after a frustrating transfer window last summer when the cluba€™s lack of pulling power was exposed by a failure to land a series of top targets.
The boot is very much on the other foot now and in the absence of the frequently injured and, it would seem, unsettled Robin van Persie, you wonder how bad problems would be without Rooney. United have a real chance of reaching the quarter-finals of the Champions League and Capital One Cup final after drawing Olympiacos and Sunderland.



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