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Man United sign non-league defender

Manchester United have completed the signing of defender Sadiq El Fitouri from Evo-Stik side Salford City.

The 20-year-old had previously been on the books at Manchester City, but will now join up with United' under-21 squad.

El Fitouri is now a Manchester United player. Credit: PA

"This is honestly a dream come true for me and I have to thank Salford City for the chance, as well as the faith they have shown in me," El Fitouri explained.

"I am really looking forward to what happens next and to be given the opportunity to do so at Manchester United is unbelievable."

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Police investigating Roy Keane 'road rage' incident

Police are investigating an alleged road rage incident involving former Manchester United captain Roy Keane.

Roy Keane Credit: Lynne Cameron/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Keane, 43, is believed to have got into an altercation with a taxi driver in Altrincham town centre.

At 11.30am, police were called to Ashley Road, Altrincham, to a report that a man had behaved aggressively towards another man. An investigation is under way to establish the exact circumstances surrounding the incident.

– Greater Manchester Police spokesperson

Man City boss: Chelsea striker Costa needs to change

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini believes Diego Costa needs to adjust his style on the pitch.

The Chelsea striker will be banned for the Premier League champions' visit to Stamford Bridge, following his stamp on Liverpool's Emre Can.

Diego Costa is absent. Credit: PA

"He is a great player, a very important player," Pellegrini explained.

"He has his character, it is not an easy character, but I hope for him that (with) this punishment - and I am not trying to take advantage for the game tomorrow - it will be a good thing for him to change in the future because he doesn't need to do it in that way because he is a very good player, a top player."

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Hull close to signing Spurs winger on loan - reports

Lennon could be on his way to Hull. Credit: PA

Hull boss Steve Bruce says the club are close to agreeing a loan deal for a Premier League player - reported to be Tottenham winger Aaron Lennon.

Bruce has made no secret of the fact he wants to recruit some fresh faces to counter the threat of relegation with particular emphasis on bolstering a forward line hampered by injury and inconsistency.

Bruce didn't name Lennon but admits Saturday's game at the KC Stadium may come too early for any potential new signing.

"It's always nice top bring one or two in if you possibly can to give everyone a lift in the squad and that's what we've been working on really hard in the last couple of days," said Bruce. "Let's hope we can get them over the line."

"I wouldn't have thought it would be done by Saturday if I'm honest. We are working in particular on a loan deal but I wouldn't think it's going to get done before 12 o'clock. I would like to say it would be but I really can't see it."

Lennon has struggled for game time under new Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino.

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