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Manchester United linked with Arjen Robben of Bayern Munich

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Bayern Munich forward Arjen Robben has been linked with a transfer to Manchester United.

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Jesse Lingard has been called up by the England manager Jesse Lingard, after playing a few matches and scoring a goal. It's a good start to his United career but flip knows how that qualifies him for an England call up. Good old Roy! That's in the Mail.

Apparently Arjen Robben is fed up at Bayern Munich, and in the Mirror he is linked with a move to Manchester United. He's clearly excellent, but will cost a fortune in wages and buying younger players is far better in the long term. However, Robben was one of the players Louis van Gaal wanted for United from the moment he arrived. It's not impossible.

In the Manchester Evening News, there's a story that Michael Carrick has suffered ligament damage while on international duty. That's no longer it once was, given the presence of Marouane Fellaini, Bastian Schweinsteiger, and a few others. But United might add another potential signing to the transfer window.

United are also interested in Lewis Cook, an 18-year-old midfielder for Leeds United, who is wanted by plenty of the top clubs in the Premier League at the moment. God, life is depressing and repetitive.