Pep won't 'judge' Madrid for defensive game plan

Pep Guardiola said he wouldn't "judge" Real Madrid for their style of play after they knocked Manchester City out of the Champions League on penalties.

City boss Pep Guardiola 'doesn't fear' Madrid

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says he "doesn't fear" 14-time Champions League winners Real Madrid ahead of their quarterfinal second leg.

Source: Ten Hag to deal with Garnacho social likes

Manchester United are content that Alejandro Garnacho has backed away from a potential row with Erik ten Hag after appearing to like social media posts criticising his manager.

Source: Man United play down Antony, Ten Hag rift

Manchester United have dismissed suggestions that Antony was left out of the squad for the game against Bournemouth because of a disagreement with manager Erik ten Hag, a source has told ESPN.

Sources: Utd coach McCarthy's future unclear

Benni McCarthy is facing an uncertain future as part of Manchester United's coaching staff with the former South Africa striker's contract set to expire in the summer, sources have told ESPN.

Pep: City must beat Palace to stay in title race

Pep Guardiola has told his Manchester City players that if they don't beat Crystal Palace on Saturday it will be "almost impossible" to win the Premier League title.

Man United's UCL chances in balance - Ten Hag

Erik ten Hag has admitted qualification for the Champions League will be "difficult" for Manchester United after an "expensive" week.

Sources: City sweat on Walker fitness for Madrid

Manchester City have not given up hope that Kyle Walker will make himself available for their Champions League clash with Real Madrid next week, sources have told ESPN.

Foden and Rodri shine for Man City during important stage of the PL title race

Even without Erling Haaland and Kevin De Bruyne, Manchester City were able to defeat Aston Villa.

Ten Hag: Ratcliffe shouldn't 'interrupt' progress

Erik ten Hag has said new Manchester United co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe should be careful not to "interrupt" the progress the club have made during the Dutchman's reign.