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Bruno Fernandes names 'dream' Manchester United signing as Marcus Rashford injury update given

Manchester United's players are getting ready to return to Premier League action after the international break.

Star names such as Harry Maguire, Bruno Fernandes and Marcus Rashford have been dotted around the planet on duty for their respective nations in the last week or so. However, while England still have to play North Macedonia, with Euro 2024 qualification in the bag Maguire and Rashford can have one eye on domestic matters.

United resume their Premier League charge against Everton at Goodison Park on Sunday afternoon (4.30pm). Here are your latest evening headlines on Sunday, November 19.

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Fernandes admits he would love to see United snap up Portuguese compatriot João Neves.

Neves has been linked with a switch to Old Trafford in recent weeks amid United's midfield struggles. Erik ten Hag was keen to freshen up his midfield this summer and reduce the average age of his options in the engine room.

Mason Mount, 24, was brought in from Chelsea while Fiorentina star Sofyan Amrabat joined the club on deadline day on an initial loan move. However, the midfield reinforcements have yet to make their mark at the club and Ten Hag is already being linked with further additions.

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Rashford joined in with England training on Sunday morning to give club and country an injury boost.

He was taken off by England manager Gareth Southgate as a precaution during their 2-0 win over Malta on Friday night following an accidental clash with his teammate Trent Alexander-Arnold. Southgate suggested the 26-year-old United forward was 'okay' at the time.

However, given the club's current