Ashley Young has joined Villa on a free transfer. But he could have been a great fix for Man United.
The 35-year-old left in 2011 to join Manchester United after playing 190 times for Aston Villa...
Aston Villa, Burnley or Watford for Ashley Young. Decisions, decisions, decisions...
Young is said to have 'huge respect' for Dyche which is said to be a huge factor in the deal.
Burnley are looking for a new winger and have set their sights on former Man Utd star Ashley Young.
"He’s smashed records and made history in Italy, he’s been unbelievable for the club."
Watford are hoping to re-sign Ashley Young, who left Vicarage Road in 2007 to join Aston Villa.
Young left Man United halfway through the season after struggling with first team competition.
The Y-Team will score a few and have plenty of goal of the month nominations. But that defence...
Man Utd winger Jesse Lingard is understood to be 'greatly tempted by a move to Serie A'...
His current deal only keeps him at Inter until the end of June but Young is keen to extend his stay.
Young claims Antonio Conte was a big factor behind his move to Inter.
Ashley Young told Man Utd fans he'll 'see them again in an away end soon' after leaving for Inter Milan...
Meunier is out of contract with PSG in the summer.
The Mailbox reckons Man Utd are once again showing their ineptitude. Also: still not having Jordan Henderson...
Young's contract at Old Trafford runs out in the summer.
Manchester United are 'reluctant' to see Ashley Young leave before the end of the season.
Solskjaer seemed to hint at his press conference on Friday that there had been no offers for Young.
There were reports on Wednesday that Young's time at United could be up with interest from Inter Milan.
Inter Milan are 'targeting' the former Watford and Aston Villa man...
The 34-year-old has played over 250 times for the Red Devils after joining in 2011 from Aston Villa.
"But when he loses it, he really loses it and lets people know. That’s how I think it should be."
The Man Utd captain has drawn comparisons with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and "the boss" Sir Alex Ferguson.
The Mailbox is still trying to work out which side was top by eight points and which was battling relegation.
According to many supporters, these five shouldn't be in their teams, let alone leading them out...
Man Utd captain Ashley Young believes Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side are very close to gelling and kicking on.
New deals for an English trio have caused tension in the dressing room. Maybe they just weren't asking for much?
Man United will try and tempt Paul Pogba to stay by reinstating his vice-captaincy. It's foolproof.
"When you're talking about a club of our size and making the top four, that's a disappointment in itself."
That Cruyff Turn is going to be the one thing he's remembered for, isn't it? Oh, Ashley.
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