Morning United fans
Harry Maguire and Aaron Wan-Bissaka may fight to save their joint careers.
This is the most dramatic claim from the overnight transfer gossip around Old Trafford.
Spanish publication Fichajes suggests interim boss Ralph Rangnik will recommend selling the defenders this summer.
It appears that Rangnik is compiling a hand-over report before taking on a consulting role with the Red Devils over the summer.
But suggesting to field Maguire, the captain and England central defender, would be a big call.
As far as Wan-Bissaka is concerned, another right-back is being sought by United as many pundits believe he has failed to add attacking abilities to his solid defence.
Meanwhile, keeper David de Gea believes Old Trafford fans inspired West Ham’s controversial last-gas defeat on Saturday, with deputy Marcus Rashford taking United fourth.
De Gea said: “They keep yelling and that gave us a little bit more energy at the end of the game. It’s a big goal and a big win for us.”
And the excellent hammer Declan Rice delivered what some would consider a sign that he wants to join the Red Devils.
The United and Chelsea target told Sky Sports: “I was loving it.
“Whenever I come to Old Trafford, I have always said it is one of my favorite places to play. It’s an amazing stadium.”
Finally, 18-year-old United midfielder Zidane Iqbal has earned his first Iraq call-up for the World Cup qualifiers against Iran and Lebanon.