The English newspapers are linking Zlatan Ibrahimovic to Manchester United, on the basis that Jose Mourinho managed him and also because he refused to rule out a move to England. There's been no hint of a move for him recently, but he would fit the requirements of a superstar, and he still appears physically capable of playing most weeks. You can read about it in the Telegraph here.
Wayne Rooney is injured, James Wilson is in Brighton, and Robin van Persie, Javier Hernandez and Radamel Falcao were not replaced when they were sold or released in the summer. Marouane Fellaini now has hamstring trouble ahead of the Europa League game tonight. Louis van Gaal is a squad-building expect. Or a tool. There's more on Fellaini's injury in the Mirror.
On ESPNFC, Van Gaal is quoted as saying that he would prefer to win the FA Cup than the Europa League, as a personal preference. It's not worth reading too much into it, but given he needs the Europa League to stay in a job (at the very least), it would not be a surprise if this is a vague acknowledgement that he's done.
The Manchester Evening News's transfer round-up includes the Ibrahimovic story, but also includes a link to Roma's often excellent midfielder Radja Nainggolan. He seems like the kind of player that any manager would be glad to have in his squad, and he's not - like most United targets - over the hill or battered in the knee yet.
And in the Daily Mail, there's a story saying Wilson is unlikely to be recalled from his loan. Good luck to Memphis and Will Keane.