You can read about Bastian Schweinsteiger's descent to the Chicago Fire in MLS. For those of you wondering why he couldn't get much traction at Old Trafford, this offers a description of a man who would struggle to fit into the kind of gameplan that Jose Mourinho wants from his players.
Here's Zlatan Ibrahimovic: he still hates Pep Guardiola, claiming the feud gives him, 'adrenaline'. Ibrahimovic is a gloriously petty man, and we'll miss him if he leaves in the summer.
Ander Herrera wants David de Gea to stay, which is nice. However, he doesn't seem that sure of the whole thing, admitting that everything can change in football. Losing De Gea last season would have been a nightmare. This year, it feels far less serious. We're rebuilding the side and there's plenty more good players to come. Losing one would hurt, but it wouldn't destroy the side.
Who should Manchester United sell this summer? Adnan Januzaj? Obviously. Phil Jones? Definitely. Wayne Rooney? Oh, yes. Luke Shaw? Yep. Chris Smalling? YES. There is still so much cack at the club, and lazy cack with no hope of improvement, that the sooner the mediocrity is bombed out of the club, never to return, the better.
And, as well as a bid accepted for Kylian Mbappe, Mourinho wants Toby Alderweireld from Spurs and Willian from Chelsea. They would be huge improvements on anything in the United squad, but you suspect that they wouldn't want to risk missing out on Champions League football in the year before the World Cup.