United consider Dutch dream team should Moyes be axed

Frank de Boer and Louis van Gaal (R) have been linked with the Manchester United post.

Each day we’ll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they’re always entertaining…

Liverpool have joined Manchester City in the race for Feyenoord wonderkid Rodney Kongolo.

Hull manager Steve Bruce is lining up a £2.6million summer swoop for Arsenal outcast Johan Djourou.

Fulham kids Ryan Tunnicliffe and Larnell Cole have been told they have futures at Craven Cottage.

Manchester United will consider a managerial dream team of Dutch duo Louis Van Gaal and Frank de Boer if they pull the trigger on David Moyes.

Stoke midfielder Charlie Adam may FA face action after appearing to stamp on Arsenal’s Olivier Giroud.

Former managers Alan Shearer and Graeme Souness both think Alan Pardew should leave Newcastle following his ‘touchline madness’.

Everton boss Roberto Martinez is offering Gareth Barry an £8million deal to sign on permanently.

Manchester United are keeping tabs on Colombian defender Santiago Arias with Rafael’s Old Trafford future in doubt.

QPR will lose chief scout Ian Broomfield to Arsenal once his contract at Loftus Road expires.

Bacary Sagna has told his Arsenal pals he will quit on a free transfer this summer.

Turkish club Trabzonspor have offered Manchester United’s Nemanja Vidic a lucrative salary in order to fend off interest from Inter Milan.

Manchester United manager David Moyes will look to improve the partnership between Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie in a bid to get the club’s season back on track.

Manchester City want the new Sergio Aguero – £10 million-rated striker Angel Correa.

Manchester United are plotting an £8m bid for PSV Eindhoven defender Santiago Arias, having identified the 22-year-old Colombian as a cheaper alternative to Everton’s Seamus Coleman.

Former Everton manager Joe Royle says David Moyes should be given until the end of next season to prove himself as Manchester United boss.