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MANCHESTER UNITED returned to their winning ways with a 4-1 hammering against Newcastle.

Watford had piled the misery on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side last weekend in a 2-0 defeat for the Red Devils – but it was Boxing Day delight at Old Trafford.

Follow all the latest updates from Old Trafford below…

  • RACHEL RILEY has shared an adorable snap of her newborn daughter Maven Aria surrounded by United merchandise.

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    As a parent it’s important your kids make their own choices in life, no pressure, she can support whichever football team she likes… so long as she picks a red one that plays in Manchester 😝😍 Huge thanks to our friends and @manchesterunited family for all these amazing gifts! Such a lucky girl (and very happy Mum!) Xxxxx #mufc #manchester #manchesterunited #babyred #newborn

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  • AC MILAN have confirmed the blockbuster arrival of former United ace Zlatan Ibrahimovic on a free transfer.

    A statement on the Serie A club's website confirmed the capture on Friday evening with the Swede stating he is “returning to the city I love”.

    Ibrahimovic, who first played for the Rossoneri between 2010 and 2012, left LA Galaxy last month and was available on a free.

    Several clubs were linked with his signature, including Everton, Bologna, Napoli and Manchester United.

  • OLE GUNNAR SOLSKJAER has revealed why Manchester United have an advantage during the busy run of fixtures.

    He told Amazon Prime: “It's a positive that we have got young kids because they will recover quickly.

    “They bounced back really well today, let's see how they cope with a different type of game in 48 hours.”

  • STEVEN GERRARD reckons Manchester United's rivalry with Liverpool is not a derby match.

    He said: “I suppose it had many similarities but it's not necessarily a derby match, Liverpool vs Manchester.

    “I think the rivalry comes from success, the two most successful teams in England so that's another similarity to up here in the Old Firm.”

  • JUAN MATA gave his team-mates signed copies of his autobiography for Christmas.

    Not only did the Manchester United stars get the chance to read 'Suddenly A Footballer', they received a sincere message from their colleague.

    The likes of Jesse Lingard, Victor Lindelof and Luke Shaw posted their notes from Mata on social media.

    Struggling midfielder Lingard was praised for his attitude with the message: “To my friend Jesse, keep that positive vibe on and off the pitch!”

    While Lindelof and Shaw earned plaudits for their ability on the pitch: “To my friend Victor, 'Iceman', my centre-back. Thanks for finding those great passes to me on the pitch, and for being such a good guy. I love Sweden!”

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