Today's paper talk suggests a couple of big moves for Manchester United in the summer.
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Wayne Rooney does not want to end his career with just one Champions League winner's medal to his name.
In a statement on the official Manchester United website, Nemanja Vidic said:
– Nemanja Vidic
"I want to challenge myself again and try to make the best of myself in the coming years.“It’s the last year of my contract and I have had eight wonderful years here.
"I’m not considering staying in England as the only club I ever wanted to play for here is Manchester United and I was lucky enough to be part of this club for so many years.
"I am now going to focus all my efforts on playing for Manchester United and do the best I can for the team until the end of the season. I hope this stops any further speculation about my future."
Manchester United captain Nemanja Vidic has confirmed he will leave the club at the end of the season.
The Serbia defender's contract expires in the summer and, while manager David Moyes has spoken about the positive influence Vidic still has at United and indicated he wanted him to stay, it is not thought he was offered an extension and he has now decided to move on.
The player has been one of the most popular members of the Red Devils' squad since he arrived from Spartak Moscow for £7million - a transfer bizarrely announced on Christmas Day in 2005.
Darren Fletcher has spoken for the first time about living with the illness Ulcerative Colitis.
The Manchester United star now hopes to raise awareness of the bowel condition and raise money for research into finding a cure.
Today he talked about the bowel disease that threatened to end his football career.
Darren coped with the painful condition alongside a demanding training schedule.
Back on the pitch after surgery that made the illness managable, today he helped launch United for Colitis, a charity to raise money for research.
He says his experiences have already helped others.
For more information, visit http://www.unitedforcolitis.co.uk/
Manchester United manager David Moyes insists Rio Ferdinand still has a role to play at the club despite using the veteran defender sparingly this season.
The 35-year-old has made just 13 appearances this term, and only two since November, as he struggles with a knee injury and increased competition for places in the centre of the champions' defence.
Ferdinand's contract is set to expire in the summer but, with Jonny Evans and Phil Jones both having to be withdrawn during the 2-1 defeat to Stoke at the weekend, Moyes has no qualms with turning to the former England international.
"Rio is back training. He's back and we will continue to use Rio at the right times and the right moments," he said.
"Rio has made a great contribution, especially in the first half of the season. I played him in nearly all the opening eight to 10 games. He was a big part in helping me to settle.
"He has competition at centre-half but he is very much valued and looked at as one of the senior players."
Ferdinand could return to action against Fulham at the weekend when fellow central defender Nemanja Vidic will also be available after serving a three-game suspension.
Manchester United travel to the Britannia Stadium to face Stoke City in the Premier League.