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Manchester United manager David Moyes has denied calling Everton supporters a "disgrace" after he was alleged to have made comments during a conversation with a Toffees fan in a Manchester hotel following his side's 1-0 defeat on Wednesday, report Chris Bascombe and Mark Ogden of the Daily Telegraph.
The Old Trafford boss is alleged to have made the insulting remark after some travelling fans mocked him during the Premier League match, according to the report.
Moyes angered Everton supporters with his transfer chase for Marouane Fellaini and Leighton Baines during the summer, in which United offered £28 million for the pair.
As the Telegraph noted, Moyes' comment that he would have found it difficult to keep both players if Sir Alex Ferguson had made an approach also infuriated Everton fans.
Meanwhile, United midfielder Shinji Kagawa needed treatment for breathing problems at his home after the match, reports Guy Patrick of The Sun (subscription required).
The Japan international did not require hospital treatment and United have confirmed that the player is back at full health.
In transfer news, United midfielder Anderson has been linked with a loan move to FC Porto, according to John Cross of the Mirror. Meanwhile, Moyes and Arsenal are on alert after a Borussia Dortmund official admitted Ilkay Gundogan could leave the club, according to Nick Lustig of the Daily Star.
Elsewhere, Athletic Club Bilbao midfielder Ander Herrera insists he will not be leaving amid talk of interest from United, claims Ed Malyon of the Mirror.