4pm Man Utd news LIVE: Greenwood equalises in Everton draw, Saul Niguez £85m transfer price tag, Haaland meets Solskjaer – The Sun

MASON GREENWOOD handed Manchester United a much-needed point as they drew with Everton at Old Trafford.

Although Tottenham's win over Wolves sees the Red Devils drop to sixth, the youngster's strike ensured Arsenal could not also climb above them.

Meanwhile, with January around the corner, United are looking into possible transfers for Atletico Madrid star Saul Niguez and RB Salzburg's goal machine Erling Haaland.

Follow all the latest news and updates from Old Trafford below…

  • IT'S 1-1 at Old Trafford!!

    And in the 4,000th game featuring an academy product, it's the brightest young talent Mason Greenwood, who bags it!

    Here he was, seconds earlier, checking over the tactics folder in the Old Trafford dugout.

    Keep up with all the latest in our United v Everton match blog.

  • WE'RE nearly at the hour mark at Old Trafford and it's still 1-0 to Everton.

    United supporters don't appear too impressed with Luke Shaw's performance so far.

  • IT'S half time at Old Trafford… and it's not looking good for United.

    But fans are wondering why David de Gea did not get in the referee's ear to claim a foul after Calvert-Lewin's challenge.

    It looks like a foul on the Spaniard, but VAR wasn't interested.

  • AFTER a lacklustre opening half hour, United are 1-0 down to Everton.

    And the Toffees are perhaps lucky to even be ahead.

    Dominc Calvert-Lewin appeared to have his arm up in David De Gea's face as the keeper came out to claim a corner.

    The ball then ricocheted off Victor Lindelof and into his own net.

    That's a really poor goal to concede from United.

    Don't forget you can keep up with the game in our live match blog here.

  • AS any United fan with their finger on the pulse will know, that makes it 4,000 games with academy players in the match day squad.

    What a record that is.

    Who is your favourite of the lot? Giggs? Edwards? Scholes? Charlton? Hughes?

    Surely George Best takes some beating, what an icon. What a player.

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