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Manchester United's Phil Jones vows to fight for place in crowded defence

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop explains why Paul Pogba might want out at Manchester United and how Jose Mourinho could factor into his decision.
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MUNICH, Germany -- Phil Jones has vowed to fight for his place at Manchester United even if Jose Mourinho gets his way and signs another defender before the deadline.

Sources have told ESPN FC United are looking to sign a centre-back before the start of the season with Jerome Boateng, Toby Alderweireld, Harry Maguire, Jose Gimenez and Kalidou Koulibaly all on the list of candidates.

Jones was restricted to 25 appearances last season because of injury but was first-choice towards the end of the campaign...

England's Phil Jones relishing prospect of Romelu Lukaku challenge

Phil Jones has told ESPN FC he is relishing the prospect of lining up against Manchester United teammates Romelu Lukaku and Marouane Fellaini when England face Belgium in their final World Cup group game on Thursday.

The match in Kaliningrad will decide who finishes top of Group G, with both sides already through to the round of 16 after two wins out of two.

Jones could get his first chance to impress in Russia, with manager Gareth Southgate set to rotate his squad against Roberto Martinez's side,...

Manchester United want Community Shield showdown vs. Manchester City - Phil Jones

Phil Jones told ESPN that a club like Manchester United should be winning the league plus another trophy to make the season a success.
Manchester United captain Michael Carrick thanks his teammates, manager and family following his final game at Old Trafford.

MANCHESTER, England -- Phil Jones said Manchester United have added incentive to win the FA Cup because it would set up a Community Shield clash with Manchester City and give them the chance to put down an early marker ahead of next season.

United manager Jose Mourinho has made no secret of his desire to challenge for the title next season, and Jones insists getting a crack at the champions at Wembley on Aug. 5 -- a week before the new season begins -- would be a good way to start.

"It's another...

Manchester United's Phil Jones: FA Cup win would show right direction

Phil Jones told ESPN that a club like Manchester United should be winning the league plus another trophy to make the season a success.
Manchester United captain Michael Carrick thanks his teammates, manager and family following his final game at Old Trafford.

MANCHESTER, England -- Phil Jones has told ESPN FC that lifting the FA Cup this weekend will not make it a successful season for Manchester United, but will show they are moving in the right direction.

United face Chelsea at Wembley after finishing second in the Premier League behind runaway champions Manchester City.

It is a chance to claim a third trophy in two years to add to their highest league finish since Sir Alex Ferguson retired in 2013, but Jones says expectations at Old Trafford are so...

Ander Herrera: Manchester United made too many mistakes to launch title challenge

LONDON -- Ander Herrera has said Manchester United made too many mistakes to challenge for the Premier League title.

United have beaten each of their top-six rivals this season but are 19 points behind champions Manchester City after dropping points against six of the bottom seven -- Stoke, West Brom, Southampton, Huddersfield, West Ham and Brighton.

"We can be unconcerned about all the work we've done," Herrera told ESPN Brasil.

"I think that being at the second place is also worthy because the...

Man United legend Sir Alex Ferguson has the 'fight' in him to recover - Phil Jones

MANCHESTER, England -- Manchester United's Phil Jones insists Sir Alex Ferguson has the "fight" to overcome his health scare.

The former United manager underwent emergency surgery on Saturday after suffering a brain haemorrhage. The club released a statement saying the procedure had gone "very well" and that the 76-year-old would remain at Salford Royal Hospital for "a period of intensive care to optimise his recovery."

Ferguson brought Jones to Old Trafford from Blackburn in 2011 and the defender...