Ander Herrera to appear in court for match-fixing scandal

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Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera will fly to Spain on March 5 to face questioning in court about his alleged involvement in a match-fixing scandal. The former Athletic Bilbao star could face a ban from football or even prison if found guilty at the end of the trial, which takes place a day after the Red Devils face Newcastle United at St James' Park in the Premier League. In other news Louis van Gaal is confident of signing Real Madrid centre-back Raphael Varane this summer, according to reports in Italy which state that a £35m deal could be completed before the start of next season. And finally, Adnan Januzaj has admitted that the Manchester United manager's tactics have made things difficult for him at Old Trafford. The teenage winger has become a peripheral figure since Van Gaal took charge during the summer, having been restricted to just a handful of starts this term.

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