LAW WELCOMES ROONEY

Dennis Law is fondly remembered as one of the best Manchester United players in the illustrious history of the club. He has lavished praise on the club’s current crop of strikers – Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie – by saying that he would love to play with these players.

Rooney has been the face of United since joining the club in 2004. Even though United parted with a hefty £ 30 million for a teenager, it has since proven one of best pieces of business done by the club. Law scored 237 goals for United and was labelled as the 'The King of Old Trafford' for his exploits.

Muscat thinks there is still room for improvement

Melbourne Victory managed a very good 3-0 win over Perth Glory in recent Australian friendly match, but Melbourne manager Kevin Muscat was not necessarily a happy man after the match. He said that his team should have won the match by an even bigger margin because they did not take advantage of the possession. Ahead of the start of the new season, Melbourne Victory were taking on Perth Glory in what was going to be a tough match for the home team. The match at the AAMI Park saw Melbourne comfortably win the encounter.

Can Welbeck thrive away from Old Trafford?

One of the more surprising moves on transfer deadline day was the transfer of Danny Welbeck from Manchester United to Arsenal.

The striker moved to the Emirates for £16m on a dramatic day of activity at Old Trafford that saw United sign Radamel Falcao on loan for the rest of the season. With the Colombian joining Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie, Juan Mata and Angel Di Maria, first team opportunities were likely to be limited for Welbeck, though United were thought to be reluctant to sell to one of their rivals for a Champions League place.

Ronaldo hints at Old Trafford return

Cristiano Ronaldo has hinted he would love the chance to make a return to Manchester United later on in his career. While the reigning Ballon d'Or holder has admitted his love for the club where he really made his name has remained since his departure in 2009, Ronaldo has made it clear he isn't looking to leave Real Madrid any time soon.

With four years left on his current deal at the Bernabeu, United fans may have to wait a few years before ever seeing Ronaldo back in a red shirt.

Mourinho gives Courtois the nod

After a summer of speculation, Jose Mourinho appears to have opted for Thibaut Courtois as his number-one goalkeeper ahead of Petr Cech after the Belgian youngster was selected for Chelsea’s opening game of the season.

Ten years younger than Cech, Courtois is undoubtedly one of the best young goalkeepers in world football and someone who could be Chelsea’s number-one for the next 15 years.

Ozil Will be Unavailable For Arsenal

Germany’s star Mesut Ozil will be unavailable for Arsenal at the start of the new Premier League season according to Arsene Wenger. The Frenchman has confirmed that the German international has been given an extended holiday in order to help him recover from his exertions of last season. Ozil has had an extraordinary 12 months to celebrate. After making a £ 42.5 million move to Arsenal last summer, he went on to win the FA Cup with the club. This was their first major trophy after nine years, which made it more special.