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Manchester United confirm Schweinsteiger's Chicago Fire switch

Chicago announced the transfer with statements from the 2014 World Cup winner and their coach Velijko Panuovic in the Chicago Tribune, which reported a one-year deal had been agreed.

In a statement on their official website on Tuesday, United said the move would go ahead and that their MLS counterparts were "keen to finalise a swift transfer" for the out-of-favour midfielder.

Schweinsteiger to leave Man United for Chicago Fire

Schweinsteiger has reportedly signed a one-year designated player contract, having found first-team opportunities hard to come by at Old Trafford.

Signed by Louis van Gaal in 2015, Schweinsteiger was ostracised from the senior side by United manager Jose Mourinho, who arrived in the off-season, but the 32-year-old World Cup winner managed to force his way back into calculations, scoring one goal in four appearances.

Dwight Yorke denied entry to US

According to media reports by the Mirror, the Sun, and Metro the former Manchester United football

Mourinho predicts 'trouble' as United face fixture pile-up

United is still involved in four competitions — the Premier League, the FA Cup, the Europa League and the League Cup.

"If we progress in the competitions," Mourinho said, "we will be in trouble."

United is through to the last 32 of the Europa League — it play French club Saint-Etienne in the first leg on Thursday — and has also reached the last 16 of the FA Cup.

VIDEO: I'll be the next Wayne Rooney - Usain Bolt

100 metres? Done. 200 metres? Done. 4x100m? Done. So, naturally, matching the football career of Rooney is olt's next challenge.

The undisputed sprint king of the past decade, Bolt once again proved unstoppable at an Olympic Games when he claimed three golds at Rio 2016.

The Jamaican will retire from athletics this year and has long spoken of his desire to explore a career in football, with Manchester United, the club he supports, top of his wish list.

EPL ROUND-UP: Martial stars as Man United beat Watford 2-0

The 21-year-old set up Juan Mata's opener in the first half before doubling the lead following a slick counter-attack to give the home side only a fourth win in 10 league games at Old Trafford.

Martial was forced to rubbish rumours this week that he would look to force a move away from United at the end of the season, with Jose Mourinho having restricted him to cup appearances only since he was replaced in the second half of the 1-1 draw with Liverpool on January 15.

Jamaican football star Leon Bailey closes in on Bayer Leverkusen transfer

The 19-year-old had also been linked with Manchester United, Ajax and Hull City over the past few months, but he seems destined to continue his career at Leverkusen instead.

"Leon Bailey is currently undergoing a medical," Leverkusen coach Roger Schmidt confirmed at a news conference.

"That means it is very much likely he will join us."

Bailey joined Genk from Trencin in 2015 and had since developed into a key figure at the Belgian club.

Man United into League Cup final despite 2-1 loss to Hull

United, which won the first leg 2-0, advanced with a 3-2 win on aggregate and will play Southampton in the final.

Oumar Niasse scored the winner with an 85th-minute tap-in, and another goal for Hull would have sent the game into extra time.

Tom Huddlestone gave the hosts the lead at KCOM Stadium by converting a 35th-minute penalty, with Paul Pogba equalizing from close range for a sluggish United side in the 66th.

United will look to win a fifth League Cup title at Wembley Stadium on Feb. 26.

Rooney becomes Man United's record scorer with 250th goal

The 31-year-old drew level with Charlton in the FA Cup tie with Reading earlier this month but it is Saturday's Premier League match at Stoke City that will now go down in United folklore.

With United trailing 1-0 at the bet365 Stadium, Rooney was sent on as a substitute midway through the second half and earned a last-gasp draw for his side, curling a superb free-kick into the top-right corner from the edge of the box.

The goal also saw Rooney break another record – becoming the top Premier League goalscorer in away matches.

Van Gaal slams English media over treatment at Manchester United

The Dutchman left the Red Devils despite the Wembley triumph to be replaced by Jose Mourinho, and he stated on Monday that United is likely his last job in coaching following a brilliant career in which he won LaLiga with Barcelona, the Eredivisie with AZ, a domestic double at Bayern Munich, and three league titles and the Champions League with Ajax.

However, Van Gaal ranks his solitary trophy at United as his best due to the testing relationship he endured with the media in England.