Here are your Thursday morning Manchester United headlines on October 28.

Conte on Barcelona's radar?

With Ole Gunnar Solskjaer still in charge of Manchester United, the club are technically not in the market for a new manager.

That’s not the case in Spain, with Barcelona sacking Ronald Koeman on Wednesday night after a 1-0 defeat to Rayo Vallecano.

The opening will attract a number of head coaches, including Antonio Conte who is rumoured to replace Solskjaer at United should the board make a move over the next few weeks.

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United must avoid Ten Hag mistake

Another name linked with with Solskjaer’s job is Ajax boss Erik ten Hag.

Two league titles in four years and the development of players from Frenkie de Jong to Donny van de Beek makes him a popular name among fans.

However, United should look at a particular hiring at Arsenal and how Ten Hag may not be the best man for the job, if it becomes available.

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Rashford breaks his silence

Despite the game being played on Sunday, United are still dealing with the fallout from the Liverpool defeat on Sunday.

It’s dominated the headlines ever since and Solskjaer’s future at the club is uncertain because of what happened at Old Trafford.

Though players in the immediate aftermath issued responses and apologies for the debacle, Marcus Rashford waited until Wednesday to tell the world what he felt after the defeat.

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