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Scouse wannabe Gabriel Heinze named in Panama leaks

Ex-Manchester United Argentine and wannabe Liverpool player Gabriel Heinze has been named in the leaks over Panamanian bank accounts.

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I'm delighted to say that Gabriel Heinze, who tried to join Liverpool from Manchester United, is named in an Irish Times report as a player who was using a Panamanian bank account. All above board, I'm sure, but wouldn't it be massively funny if he ends up doing time for it?

In the Telegraph, Luke Shaw is confident about getting back into action for Manchester United and England. Having seen Marcos Rojo play for the last two seasons, I think it's safe to say we are all very keen on this happening.

Louis van Gaal described United's win over ESPNFC as a 'stolen' victory. This is shoddy thinking and needs to be challenged, because if it's let alone to slide, then the next time United have 80% possession and fail to score none, Van Gaal will cite it as him having victory stolen from him, should the opponent focus on just scoring goals.

YEEESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS. The Manchester Evening News says that Phil Jones is ready to come back into first-team action. With him, you don't know what had gone 'til you've got it.

And in the Mirror, the story that Manchester United legend Bobby Charlton had a stand named after him, despite him ***** * ****** ****.