MANCHESTER UNITED are right in the Champions League mix after a huge win over rivals City.

Next up is LASK Linz in Europe before Jose Mourinho's Spurs away in the Premier League.

Meanwhile, it has been revealed that Paulo Dybala pulled the plug on joining United in the summer at the last minute, while Tahith Chong is close to signing a new deal at the club.

Get all the latest news and gossip from Old Trafford here…

  • £100MILL DOUBLE BILL

    United are reportedly planning a £100million double transfer swoop for Jack Grealish and Jude Bellingham.

    The Daily Star claim the Red Devils opened talks with Birmingham over a £30m move for 16-year-old Bellingham yesterday after the midfielder was given a tour of Carrington.

    The England Under-17s star travelled to United’s training base to meet senior club officials, including executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward and transfer guru Matt Judge.

    Bellingham – who has also been linked with a move to Borussia Dortmund – spent several hours at the complex and was accompanied by his parents.

  • BALL WINNING MACHINE

    Fred has won possession more than any midfielder at a 'big six' club.

  • PEGG IN COLOUR

    A photo United legend David Pegg, who died in the Munich air disaster, has been recreated in colour.

    The Yorkshireman, who played outside left, was among eight United players who lost their lives in 1958.

    Twitter user Andy the Photo Dr has recreated a black and white snap in full colour.

  • MORE INFO

    Here is more information on LASK's game against United.

    If you have a ticket for the game – which 900 United fans do – you will want to think about cancelling your plans.

  • EXCLUSIVE

    United are lining up a fresh £60million move for Moussa Dembele this summer.

    The Lyon striker has impressed scouts over the past few weeks, following a solid goalscoring run.

    He was wanted by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in January, but the French giants were reluctant to sell.

    Now, United are keen to land the 23-year-old to help lead their attack for a charge at the Premier League title next season.

    It is understood the Red Devils have been regularly watching the ex-Celtic forward this campaign.

    They saw him score last month against Metz and twice against St-Etienne a few weeks ago.

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