In the Daily Mail, there's a story that Gary Neville says that Manchester United should buy Gareth Bale or Cristiano Ronaldo to make the team they have something special. One of them will probably be leaving this summer, possibly both, so keep an eye on this.
In the Mirror, Manchester United are in the lead for the signature of Ronaldo, apparently, because his mother would like to return to Manchester, which is not where Paris Saint-Germain play. Also in the paper is that Ander Herrera is considering leaving. Who could blame him?
In the Guardian, there's a story about Manchester United's spending on agents soaring. It's not interesting, and it is expected, but there's so little about today that we need some padding.
And lastly, on ESPNFC, Bastian Schweinsteiger has settled in at United quickly, says Andy Mitten, who is always worth reading. Imagine how good it'll be when all our players aren't managed by Louis van Gaal. Schweinsteiger might be allowed more than six forward passes in a match.