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Newcastle & Villa lead Man Utd in Phillips race (Football Insider)


Newcastle and Aston Villa are leading Manchester United in the race for Leeds midfielder Kalvin Phillips, claims Football Insider.

The England international is expected to be the subject of a transfer scramble this summer, especially if those at Elland Road suffer relegation out of the Premier League.

Ten Hag asking about De Jong to Man Utd ‘every day’


Incoming Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag is asking for updates on the club’s pursuit of Barcelona midfielder Frenkie de Jong “every day”, claims Gerard Romero.

The Dutch tactician is eager to be reunited at Old Trafford with a Netherlands international that he has previously worked with at Ajax.

De Jong wants to snub Man Utd for Barca stay (Cadena Ser)


Frenkie de Jong is ready to snub any interest shown in him from Manchester United as he wants to stay at Barcelona, claims Cadena Ser.

The Netherlands international midfielder is said to have no interest in making a move to Old Trafford, despite such a switch over the summer allowing him to be reunited in England with former Ajax boss Erik ten Hag.

McClaren set to join Ten Hag at Man Utd


ESPN reports that former England manager Steve McClaren is poised to form part of Erik ten Hag’s new coaching team at Manchester United.

The former Middlesbrough and Derby boss previously spent time at Old Trafford as an assistant to Sir Alex Ferguson and is now preparing to retrace those steps.

Man Utd ready to include Martial in Osimhen bid (AreaNapoli)


Manchester United are not giving up on their efforts to lure Victor Osimhen away from Napoli and are ready to include Anthony Martial in any transfer package, reports AreaNapoli.

With a France international out of favour at Old Trafford, having been allowed to join Sevilla on loan in January, he will be offered as a makeweight as the Red Devils seek to sweeten a deal for a Nigerian forward starring in Serie A.

Man Utd keen on Feyenoord full-back Malacia


Manchester United are keeping a close eye on Feyenoord left-back Tyrell Malacia, claims But! Football Club.

Lyon are also said to be monitoring the 22-year-old defender, who is already a senior international for the Netherlands.

Bayern Munich join the race for Pogba (Fichajes)


With his contract at Man Utd expiring, the 29-year-old will be one of the most sought-after free agents this summer.

Bayern Munich is the latest team to express interest in signing the French midfielder, according to Fichajes.

Though it is clear to see that the German champions would have some competition in signing Paul Pogba, with the likes of Real Madrid, Juventus and even Man City being linked to the player.

Man Utd closing in on De Jong


Manchester United are closing in on Frenkie de Jong, according to Gerard Romero.

There is a "95 per cent" chance the club signs De Jong, with Barca forced to sell the midfielder this summer.

The decision to sell De Jong is purely an economic one for Barca, with Man Utd now set to reunite Eric ten Hag and De Jong after their time working togehter at Ajax.

Man Utd & Newcastle vying for Osimhen


Manchester United and Newcastle are vying for the signature of Napoli striker Victor Osimhen - according to Calciomercato.

Both clubs could move for the 23-year-old this summer, with the Partenopei having accepted that the Premier League is his most likely next destination.

Napoli won't let Osimhen leave for a cut-price fee, however, as they seek to get at least €100 million (£85m/$106m) for a prized asset.

Real Madrid, PSG & Juventus all keen on Pogba (Sky Sports)


Paul Pogba is, having been linked with Manchester City, set to leave English football and move abroad when hitting free agency in the summer, claims Sky Sports.

The World Cup-winning France international midfielder is said to still be of interest to Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus.

Ronaldo will stay at Man Utd if Ten Hag wants him (The Sun)


Cristiano Ronaldo is open to staying at Manchester United if incoming manager Erik ten Hag makes it clear that he will figure prominently in future plans, reports The Sun.

Questions have been asked of whether a Portuguese superstar will be honouring the second year of his contract at Old Trafford as the Red Devils have once again struggled for consistency in 2021-22.

Pogba snubs Man City switch (The Athletic)


Paul Pogba has turned down an approach from Manchester City and will not be joining them as a free agent when his Manchester United contract expires, claims The Athletic.

The World Cup-winning France international midfielder has been contacted by the Blues, but he is ready to commit to an offer tabled by another club.


Man Utd ask about Reims striker Ekitike (ESPN)


Manchester United have, according to ESPN, asked about the potential availability of Reims striker Hugo Ekitike.

The Red Devils are, however, set to face competition for the highly-rated 19-year-old from Bayern Munich, Arsenal and Newcastle.

No Rashford exit talks at Man Utd


Marcus Rashford may be seeing questions asked of his future at Manchester United, but CaughtOffside claims no exit talks have been held at Old Trafford.

Paris Saint-Germain are the only side to have expressed interest over the course of the last 12 months, with an England international expected to remain with the Red Devils in a bid to play his way back into form.

Man Utd have put a contract offer to Dembele (El Chiringuito)


Manchester United have put a contract offer to Barcelona winger Ousmane Dembele, claims El Chiringuito.

Terms from Old Trafford for the World Cup-winning forward fall short of an approach from Paris Saint-Germain, though, and it remains to be seen where a France international will be plying his trade in 2022-23.

Man Utd fail in bid to hijack Dortmund’s Adeyemi deal (Sport 1)


Manchester United have, according to Sport 1, failed in a bid to hijack Borussia Dortmund’s deal for Karim Adeyemi.

The highly-rated Germany international forward, who is heading for the exits at Red Bull Salzburg, is said to have snubbed an offer from Old Trafford as he wants to link up with BVB.

Barca will listen to big offers for Man Utd-linked De Jong (Sport)


Barcelona are not making Frenkie de Jong openly available for transfer but would be prepared to listen to big offers for the Netherlands international, reports Sport.

Manchester United continue to be heavily linked with the classy midfielder as they prepare to welcome a Dutch coach into their dugout this summer, with Erik ten Hag heading to Old Trafford from Ajax.

Man Utd given a clear run at Rice (ESPN)


Manchester United will be given a clear run at West Ham midfielder Declan Rice this summer, claims ESPN, with other interested parties ready to invest heavily elsewhere.

The Red Devils are eager to get reinforcements into their engine room and striking department in the next window, but it remains to be seen whether an England international in east London wants to form part of their rebuild.

Milinikovic-Savic discussed by Man Utd & PSG (90min)


Lazio midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic is a transfer option that has been discussed by Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain, claims 90min.

West Ham star Declan Rice remains the Red Devils’ top target, but they are also keeping an eye on a highly-rated Serbia international in Serie A – whose agent has denied that any talks have taken place as yet.

Cavani prioritising move to Boca Juniors


Edinson Cavani wants to return to his native South America when becoming a free agent this summer, with AS reporting that his favoured option is to link up with Boca Juniors.

The experienced Uruguayan striker is running his contract down at Manchester United and has made no secret of the fact that he would welcome an opportunity to turn out for Argentine heavyweights.

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Norwich ready to sell Man Utd & Arsenal-linked Aarons


Norwich are, according to The Telegraph, preparing to cash in on highly-rated right-back Max Aarons.

With the Canaries suffering another relegation out of the Premier League, they are willing to listen to offers for a defender that has been linked with Manchester United and Arsenal in the recent past.

Everton will accept bids of £50m-plus for Richarlison (Football Insider)


Everton are prepared to part with Richarlison if bids of £50 million-plus ($63m) are tabled, claims Football Insider.

The Brazil international forward has been linked with Manchester United and Arsenal of late and could leave relegation-threatened Toffees if interest from afar is stepped up.

Nunez still a striking option for Man Utd


Manchester United may rekindle their interest in Benfica striker Darwin Nunez if Cristiano Ronaldo leaves in the summer, reports Express Sport.

Lautaro Martinez of Inter and Ajax star Sebastian Haller are other options that the Red Devils could consider as they seek to land more firepower.

Man Utd want to use Martial as Lautaro makeweight


Manchester United will look to use Anthony Martial as a makeweight in a bid to prise Lautaro Martinez away from Inter, claims Marco Barzaghi.

The Red Devils are in the market for another forward and hope that a France international could act as a sweetener in efforts to land an Argentine frontman at San Siro.

Man Utd send scouts to watch Neves (Birmingham Mail)


Manchester United are having their scouting network keep a close eye on Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves, claims the Birmingham Mail.

The Portugal international has registered on the Red Devils’ radar for some time and interest is now being stepped up ahead of the summer.

Arsenal plotting £45m Rashford swoop (Football Insider)


Arsenal are plotting a summer swoop for Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford - according to Football Insider.

The Gunners have set aside £45 million ($56m) for a new striker and the 24-year-old is at the top of their wishlist.

Rashford has been restricted to just 12 Premier League starts for United so far this season and his contract is due to expire in 2023.

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PSG to battle Man Utd for De Jong (Calciomercato)


Paris Saint-Germain are set to battle it out with Manchester United in any transfer scramble for Frenkie de Jong, reports Calciomercato.

Barcelona are yet to make the Netherlands international available, but heavyweight outfits from England and France have him in their sights.

Man Utd & Arsenal form part of race for Dybala (ESPN)


Manchester United and Arsenal are two of the Premier League suitors to have made contact with representatives of Juventus forward Paulo Dybala, reports ESPN.

With the Argentine forward set to become a free agent at the end of the season, Tottenham and Newcastle are also expressing interest in the South American.

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Leeds plan to keep Man Utd-linked Phillips (MEN)


Leeds are, according to the Manchester Evening News, confident that they can retain the services of Kalvin Phillips for at least one more year.

The England international has been linked with Manchester United, but those at Elland Road have no intention of sanctioning a sale in the next window – especially not to arch rivals.

Dybala wanted at Man Utd by Ten Hag (Corriere dello Sport)


Paulo Dybala continues to head towards free agency at Juventus, with Corriere dello Sport reporting that the Argentine forward is wanted at Manchester United by incoming Red Devils coach Erik ten Hag.

Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester City are also said to be mulling over moves for the South American as interest from the Premier League intensifies.


Man Utd star Wan-Bissaka wanted by Palace (The Athletic)


Aaron- Wan-Bissaka has started to fall out of favour at Manchester United, leading The Athletic to report that he is wanted back at Crystal Palace.

The 24-year-old right-back left Selhurst Park for Old Trafford in 2019, but has slipped behind Diogo Dalot in the pecking order this season and is seeing the Red Devils linked with further additions in his area of the field.

Man Utd invited to bid for Wolves star Neves


Wolves are expecting to to part with Ruben Neves this summer, with the Manchester Evening News claiming that Manchester United have been invited to bid for the Portuguese midfielder.

Arsenal have also been credited with interest in a proven Premier League performer that is yet to reach his peak.

Man Utd among Premier League teams watching Zaniolo


Manchester United will be monitoring Nicolo Zaniolo in Roma's clash against Leicester on Thursday, Calciomercato reports.

Fellow Premier League teams Tottenham and Newcastle will also be watching as they are all interested in the Italy international, but Juventus remain the favourites to sign him.

Wan-Bissaka among those Man Utd are willing to sell (ESPN)


Manchester United are, with Erik ten Hag set to inherit their managerial reins at the end of the season, ready to listen to offers for five first-team players in the summer transfer window, reports ESPN.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Anthony Martial, Phil Jones, Eric Bailly and Alex Telles are all surplus to requirements under an incoming Dutch coach and will be allowed to leave if suitable offers are tabled.

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Pogba receives offers from PSG & Real Madrid (The Mirror)


Paul Pogba has, according to The Mirror, received contract offers from Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid as he prepares to leave Manchester United.

The World Cup-winning Frenchman is set to become a free agent in the summer and, after picking up an untimely injury, is said to be in the process of severing ties with those at Old Trafford.

Man Utd willing to use Rashford as De Jong makeweight (Fichajes)


Manchester United are willing to sweeten a deal for Frenkie de Jong by offering Marcus Rashford and Alex Telles to Barcelona in part-exchange, claims Fichajes.

A Netherlands international midfielder has emerged as a top target for the Red Devils as they prepare to welcome Dutch coach Erik ten Hag to Old Trafford in the summer of 2022.

Man City to rival Utd for £100m Rice (Daily Mail)


The Daily Mail reports that Manchester City are ready to rival arch-rivals Manchester United for West Ham midfielder Declan Rice.

The England international is set to cost more than £100 million ($128m), but the Blues and Red Devils are ready to spend big in order to acquire his considerable talents.

Man Utd consider Eriksen swoop (The Daily Star)


Danish ace touted for Old Trafford switch

Manchester United are considering a swoop for Brentford midfielder Christian Eriksen - according to the Daily Star.

Incoming Red Devils boss Erik ten Hag believes the 30-year-old would be the perfect signing to kick off his tenure at Old Trafford.

Eriksen, who previously took in a lengthy spell at Tottenham, has impressed since relaunching his career with Brentford following his cardiac arrest scare at Euro 2020.


Man Utd target De Jong (SPORT)


Dutch ace touted for Old Trafford switch

Manchester United have identified Barcelona midfielder Frenkie de Jong as a transfer target - according to SPORT.

The 24-year-old is happy at Camp Nou but it has been suggested he could be tempted by a summer move to Old Trafford to reunite with Erik ten Hag.

De Jong emerged as one of Europe's top midfielders at Ajax under Ten Hag, who will succeed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as United's new permanent manager at the end of the season.


Man Utd open Phillips transfer talks (MEN)


Leeds star touted for Old Trafford switch

Manchester United have opened transfer talks with Leeds for English midfielder Kalvin Phillips - according to MEN.

The 26-year-old has emerged as a primary target for the Red Devils as they've moved on from West Ham's Declan Rice, who is being priced at well over £100 million (£128m).

Leeds will let Phillips go for around £60m ($77m) and United are now working on a deal, but Aston Villa are also interested in his services.


Man Utd open to selling Barcelona-linked Rashford (Sport)


Manchester United are open to the idea of selling Marcus Rashford this summer as questions are asked of his form and funds are sought to aid a squad refresh at Old Trafford.

Sport claims that a deal could be done in the summer transfer window, with Barcelona still keeping a close eye on an England international forward at Old Trafford.

Rice is a top Man Utd target for Ten Hag


Declan Rice will remain a top transfer target for Manchester United once Erik ten Hag inherits the Red Devils’ managerial reins this summer, claims The Guardian.

The England international midfielder has registered on the recruitment radar at Old Trafford for some time, but it will take big money to prise him away from West Ham.

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Spurs face Tielemans tussle with Arsenal & Man Utd (The Sun)


Tottenham remain interested in Leicester midfielder Youri Tielemans, but The Sun reports that they will face competition from Arsenal and Manchester United for the Belgium international.

A big-money bid in the summer window would force the hand of Foxes at the King Power Stadium, and terms could be tabled by any number of Premier League rivals.

Red Devils have contract ready for Ten Hag


Man Utd to battle with three clubs for Nkunku


Manchester United will need to fend off Arsenal, AC Milan and Inter in order to sign rising RB Leipzig star Christopher Nkunku, claims Fichajes.

Nkunku has enjoyed a breakout season in the Bundesliga, scoring 17 goals in 30 matches.

Man Utd reignite interest in Torres


Manchester United have reignited their interest in Villarreal defender Pau Torres - according to MEN.

The 25-year-old was heavily linked with a move to Old Trafford last summer but the Red Devils ended up signing Raphael Varane instead.

United have put Torres back on top of their defensive shortlist but will have to match his €60 million (£50m/$65m) release clause in order to finalise a deal.

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Man Utd need Champions League to land Nkunku (Sport Bild)


Christopher Nkunku remains a top target for Manchester United, but Sport Bild reports that they will need Champions League football in order to stand any chance of landing the RB Leipzig star.

A highly-rated forward in Germany is attracting interest from across Europe and will have his choice of top clubs in the summer window, with the Red Devils aware of what they have to do to win that race.

Rudiger has little interest in joining Man Utd


The Manchester Evening News reports that Manchester United have sounded out Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger, but have got little back.

The Germany international is said to have little interest in considering a switch to Old Trafford as he is looking to join a club with serious Champions League ambitions when hitting free agency in the summer.


Real Madrid considering swoop for Cavani


Edinson Cavani will drop into the free agent pool this summer when his contract at Manchester United expires, and Fichajes claims that he is back on the radar of Real Madrid.

The experienced Uruguayan striker is now 35 years of age, but he has shown that he remains a reliable source of goals and could be a useful cut-price option for the Blancos if they fail to land other targets.

Man Utd to complete Ten Hag contract


Man Utd put £40m price tag on Henderson


Manchester United have, according to the Daily Star, placed a £40 million ($52m) price tag on Dean Henderson.

Tottenham are among those said to be keen on the England international goalkeeper, but he will not come cheap.

Man Utd have met with Dybala’s agents (TuttoMercatoWeb)


According to TuttoMercatoWeb, Manchester United have met with the representatives of Juventus forward Paulo Dybala.

The Argentina international foreward is due to hit free agency this summer, with a scramble sparked across Europe as the race heats up to secure his signature.

Tchouameni to be a top target for Ten Hag at Man Utd (ESPN)


Aurelien Tchouameni will be made a top target for Manchester United if Erik ten Hag takes the managerial reins at Old Trafford, claims ESPN.

The 22-year-old France international midfielder has emerged as one of the most sought-after talents in European football, with the Red Devils eager to lure him away from Monaco.

Man Utd & Arsenal to scrap it out for Aarons (The Sun)


Manchester United are ready to scrap it out with Arsenal for the signing of Norwich full-back Max Aarons, claims The Sun.

The Red Devils have been exploring various options at right-back, with a 22-year-old at Carrow Road considered to be the best long-term addition.

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Man Utd waiting on green light for Phillips & Nkunku


Kalvin Phillips and Christoper Nkunku are top targets for Manchester United, with the club waiting on a green light from Erik ten Hag before making their interest official.

A Dutch tactician is reportedly close to be being appointed as the Red Devils’ next manager, with the Manchester Evening News claiming that he will have the final say on whether raids on Leeds and RB Leipzig are launched.

Spurs believe they can beat Man Utd to Johnstone


Tottenham are confident that they can beat Manchester United, and any other suitor, to West Brom goalkeeper Sam Johnstone.

That is according to Football League World, who report on the mounting interest being shown in a shot-stopper at The Hawthorns.

Rudiger could join Man Utd, Barca, Real Madrid or Juve


Uncertainty around Chelsea’s ownership could lead to Antonio Rudiger joining fierce rivals Manchester United or another major club such as Barcelona, Real Madrid or Juventus.

The Blues defender was close to signing a renewal that would have made him the club’s highest-paid defender, but negotiations may have to be picked up from scratch by one of the four American-led consortiums currently in the process of trying to buy the Stamford Bridge side.

The four footballing superpowers are ready to offer the 29-year-old a lucrative contract after extension negotiations ground to a halt due to sanctions on Roman Abramovich and ongoing talks to sell the club.

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Cavani to leave Man Utd regardless of Ten Hag appointment


Napoli won’t part with Man Utd & Arsenal-linked Osimhen


Manchester United and Arsenal are among those to have been linked with Victor Osimhen, but TEAMtalk claims that Napoli are likely to part with the Nigerian striker this summer.

The 23-year-old has become one of the most sought-after talents in European football, but his current employers in Italy are reluctant to part with him at this stage – especially as his value is only set to increase.

Man Utd star Pogba has met with PSG (FootMercato)


FootMercato reports that Paul Pogba has already met with Paris Saint-Germain as he prepares to hit free agency this summer.

The World Cup-winning France international midfielder has been informed by Ligue 1 giants that he is a top priority for them once his contract at Manchester United comes to a close.

Man Utd have held ‘talks’ about Nkunku transfer (Sky Deutschland)


RB Leipzig star Christopher Nkunku is attracting admiring glances from across Europe, with Sky Deutschland reporting that Manchester United have held “internal talks” regarding a possible summer swoop.

A talented 24-year-old has registered 17 goals and 12 assists this season, with those impressive returns bringing him to the attention of big-spending sides outside of Germany.

Payet: I snubbed Man Utd for Marseille


Dimitri Payet has claimed he snubbed Manchester United in favour of rejoining Marseille in 2017.

Payet began his career with Dutch outfit Excelsior in 2004, and went on to play for Nantes, Saint Etienne and Lille before joining Marseille in 2013.

The Frenchman spent two years at the club before embarking on a new challenge in the Premier League with West Ham, but he ended up pushing for a return to Stade Velodrome in 2017.

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Man Utd, Chelsea & PSG lead Nunez pursuit (The Athletic)


Manchester United, Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain are leading the race for Benfica striker Darwin Nunez, reports The Athletic.

The Uruguayan frontman has become one of the most sought-after talents in European football, with leading sides from England and France hoping to secure his signature in the summer window.


Man Utd set to encourage Ronaldo's departure (The Daily Mail)


Portuguese touted for summer transfer

Manchester United are set to encourage the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo at the end of the season - as The Daily Mail reports.

A number of senior figures at Old Trafford feel that the 37-year-old would hinder a potential new system under Erik ten Hag, who is expected to replace Ralf Rangnick as manager in the summer.

Former United striker Robin Van Persie could join Ten Hag's coaching team if he does take over, but Ronaldo will likely be moved on a year before his contract is due to expire.

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Haaland has snubbed a move to Man Utd (ESPN)


Erling Haaland has snubbed a possible move to Manchester United because they are unable to match his ambition, claims ESPN.

Manchester City are now strong favourites to sign the prolific Borussia Dortmund striker this summer, although La Liga giants Real Madrid and Barcelona are also monitoring the Norwegian’s situation.

Man Utd want Rashford to stay amid exit talk


Manchester United are hoping to convince Marcus Rashford that he should stay put as questions are asked of his immediate future, reports The Sun.

The England international has endured a serious dip in form this season, leading to suggestions that he may be open to a new challenge, but those at Old Trafford are eager to see a home-grown star stay put.

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Man Utd working on deal for Leeds star Phillips (MEN)


Another England international midfielder said to be in Manchester United’s sights is Leeds star Kalvin Phillips, with the Manchester Evening News claiming that a deal is also being worked on there.

The Red Devils are determined to add more energy and drive to their engine room this summer, with it possible that a raid will be launched on arch-rivals from Elland Road.

Man Utd prepared to smash transfer record for Rice (90min)


Manchester United continue to be heavily linked with West Ham midfielder Declan Rice, and 90min claim that the Red Devils are prepared to smash their transfer record for the England international.

Paul Pogba remains the most elaborate addition at Old Trafford, following an £89 million ($116m) move in 2016, and it is reported that a fee of around £120m ($157m) would be required in order to lure Rice away from east London.


Man Utd close to finalising Ten Hag appointment (ESPN)


Manchester United are close to confirming the appointment of Erik ten Hag as manager, claims ESPN.

The deal is not yet over the line but The Telegraph reports that the situation is developing quickly and appears imminent.

Ten Hag wants Ruben Neves at Man Utd


Erik ten Hag will push Manchester United to sign Ruben Neves from Wolves if he takes over at Old Trafford this summer.

The Dutchman is one of the top candidates to land the role this year and The Sun claims signing Neves will be his top priority.

Pogba prioritises Juventus return as PSG come calling


Paul Pogba has his heart set on returning to Juventus this summer.

However, Tuttosport reports the Serie A side are not sure if they want to bring the midfielder back to Turin because of his salary demands and his age.

Paris Saint-Germain, meanwhile, hope to land him to strengthen their team and the France star is open to making the switch if a move to Juve does not go through.

Man Utd have Ten Hag doubts after interview


Manchester United are in doubt over Erik ten Hag's suitability to the club following his interview for the head coach role, The Independentclaims.

The Dutchman was less charismatic than fellow candidate Mauricio Pochettino and also told the club that it would be a five-year project to get the team up to the desired level.

Man Utd & Tottenham monitoring Eriksen (Daily Mail)


Christian Eriksen’s return to full health and fitness at Brentford has caught the eye of Manchester United and Tottenham, claims the Daily Mail.

The Danish playmaker, who has spent time with Spurs in the past, has bounced back from a cardiac arrest at Euro 2020 to prove himself on a Premier League stage all over again and is now being monitored by those in the market for added creativity.

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Man Utd willing to meet Barcelona’s €40m Araujo demands (El Nacional)


Barcelona have accepted that they will have to sell Ronald Araujo this summer.

El Nacional claims the defender is not willing to accept the club’s latest contract offers and they would rather sell him this year than lose him for free when his deal expires.

But Barca will be holding out for around €40 million (£34m/$44m) for him and Manchester United are willing to pay whatever it takes to bring him to Old Trafford.

Forest plot move for loan star Garner


Nottingham Forest will, according to FootballTransfers, attempt to sign James Garner on a permanent basis from Manchester United if they secure promotion into the Premier League this season.

The England U21 international midfielder has starred across two loan spells at the City Ground and may be offered the chance to remain in his current surroundings.


Man Utd trigger contract clause with Chong


Another Manchester United youngster that has spent time on loan in the Championship this season in Tahith Chong, with the Manchester Evening News reporting that a 12-month extension option has been triggered in his contract.

The 22-year-old Dutch winger, who has caught the eye at Birmingham this term, is now tied to the Red Devils through to the summer of 2023.

Fernandes signs new Man Utd contract


Red Devils are one of Spence’s many suitors


The Mirror reports that Manchester United are one of the clubs closely monitoring Nottingham Forest loanee Djed Spence.

The England U21 international right-back, who is owned by Middlesbrough, has starred at the City Ground this season and is said to be attracting interest from Arsenal, Tottenham and Bayern Munich.

Man Utd ‘prepare offer’ for ex-Barca defender Gomez (Anderlecht-Online)


Manchester United are keen on Anderlecht defender Sergio Gomez, with a summer bid said to be in the pipeline.

The Barcelona academy graduate, who has also spent time with Borussia Dortmund, is a buccaneering left-back, with Anderlecht-Online claiming that he is now on the Red Devils’ radar.

Man Utd offer Martial in deal for Spurs star Kane (ESPN)


Manchester United hope to talk Tottenham down from their asking price for Harry Kane by offering Anthony Martial as part of the deal, ESPN reports.

Spurs are demanding around £100 million for the striker but United are reluctant to pay such a fee for the 28-year-old and hope that they will accept a lower fee if they get Martial in exchange.

Man Utd ready to open contract talks with Rashford & Shaw


Manchester United are ready to open contract extension talks with Marcus Rashford and Luke Shaw - according to ESPN.

The Red Devils will turn their attention to the future of the duo after agreeing on a renewal for Bruno Fernandes - which is expected to be made official in the coming weeks.

Rashford and Shaw have faced criticism for their performances this term, but United still consider them to be core squad members and want to secure their long-term futures.

Man Utd & Liverpool in for Porto star Otavio


Portuguese ace touted for PL switch

Manchester United and Liverpool are eyeing Porto midfielder Otavio, according to Fichajes.

The 27-year-old has three years left on his deal at the Portuguese side and is valued at around €20 million (£17m/$22m).

Newcastle are also eyeing a move for him this summer.

Man Utd ready to rekindle interest in SMS (Il Tempo)


Manchester United have been heavily linked with Lazio midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic in the recent past, and Il Tempo claims that the Red Devils are ready to target the Serbian star once again.

Premier League heavyweights at Old Trafford are aware of the need to get more quality into their engine room and believe a man currently plying his trade in Italy could offer them a bit of everything.

Man Utd may go back in for Kane this summer (The Athletic)


Harry Kane remains an option that Manchester United are willing to consider in their ongoing search for another No.9, reports The Athletic.

The Red Devils want to add another proven goalscorer to their ranks in the summer window and are prepared to go back in for Tottenham star Kane if he proves to be the best option available to them.

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Enrique remains a contender for Man Utd


Manchester United are being heavily linked with Ajax boss Erik ten Hag, but the Daily Mail claims that Luis Enrique remains an option for the Red Devils.

The former Barcelona manager is currently coach of the Spain national team, but it could be that he is tempted to return to a club role at Old Trafford as the Red Devils look to make a permanent appointment this summer.

Leeds looking into deal for Garner


The Athletic reports that Manchester United midfielder James Garner has emerged as a target for Leeds.

The England U21 international has continued to impress this season during another loan spell at Nottingham Forest and is expected to be playing Premier League football in some capacity next term.

Arsenal leading Man Utd in the race for Tielemans (The Sun)


Arsenal are, according to The Sun, leading Manchester United in the race for Leicester midfielder Youri Tielemans.

The Belgium international, who has also been linked with Real Madrid in the recent past, could be on the move this summer as he looks to find the Champions League football he craves.

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Cavani holds talks with Real Sociedad


Manchester United's Edinson Cavani has held initial talks with Real Sociedad over a potential free transfer - as The Sun reports.

The 35-year-old is set to become a free agent in June and won't be offered a new contract at Old Trafford.

River Plater are also eager to sign Cavani but he would prefer a move to Spain, and Sociedad are now working on finalising a deal.

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Man Utd, Inter & Roma eye Verratti


Manchester United are among the teams interested in Paris Saint-Germain star Marco Verratti, according to Fichajes.

Inter and Roma are also eyeing a move for the Italy international, who is valued at around €55 million (£46m/$60m) by the French giants.

Real, Juve & PSG in contact with Pogba (Sky Sports)


Paul Pogba may be attracting interest from elsewhere in the Premier League as his Manchester United contract runs down, but Sky Sports claims three top European clubs have also been in touch.

Real Madrid, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain are all said to have been in contact with the World Cup-winning France international midfielder as he continues to edge his way towards free agency.

Rice prefers Chelsea over Man Utd


West Ham midfielder Declan Rice would prefer a move to Chelsea over Manchester United - according to the Evening Standard.

The 23-year-old has been linked with both clubs after another stellar season at the London Stadium, and would favour a return to Chelsea, where he took in a spell as a youth player.

West Ham won't let Rice go without a fight, though, and have already set a £150 million ($198m) asking price ahead of the summer transfer window.

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Man Utd must pay £25 million signing-on fee for Rudiger


According to the Express, as the German international prepares to leave Stamford Bridge, Antonio Rudiger's representatives are demanding a staggering £25 million ($33m) signing-on fee.

Given that there will be no transfer fee, the Chelsea centre-back’s team is understandably attempting to negotiate a lucrative contract for their client.

Manchester United remains one of Rudiger's possible destinations, however Real Madrid, Juventus and Bayern Munich have all expressed strong interest.

Man Utd face Madrid competition for Demiral


Manchester United are interested in Juventus defender Merih Demiral, claims Yakup Cinar, but so too are Madrid rivals Real and Atletico.

The Turkey international centre-half is expected to see a permanent transfer to Atalanta – where he is currently on loan – completed, but he may then be immediately moved on in a big-money transfer.


Newcastle want permanent deal for Henderson


The Northern Echo has confirmed that Dean Henderson remains a top target for Newcastle, with the Magpies looking to land the Manchester United goalkeeper on a permanent transfer this summer.

Questions were asked of whether the Red Devils would be willing to loan out the England international in January, but those at St James’ Park now want a long-term option between the sticks.

Juve to battle Man Utd & PSG for Araujo


Juventus have, according to Fichajes, joined the race for Barcelona defender Ronald Araujo.

The Uruguay international could be on the move this summer as he approaches the final year of his contract at Camp Nou, with Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain already monitoring his situation.

Dundee keeper Siegrist emerges on Man Utd's radar


Dundee goalkeeper Benjamin Siegrist has emerged on Manchester United's transfer radar - according to The Sun.

United want the 30-year-old to provide extra cover for No.1 David De Gea next season.

A spot is set to open up for Siegrist in the summer with Dean Henderson thought to be seeking a move away from Old Trafford.

Man Utd interested in Juve defender Demiral


Juventus defender Merih Demiral is the subject of interest from Manchester United - according to Fanatik.

The Red Devils are weighing up a summer bid for the 24-year-old, who is currently on loan at Atalanta.

Demiral has appeared in 31 games in all competitions for Atalanta so far this season, including two against United in the Champions League group stage, the first of which he managed to grab a goal in a 3-2 defeat.


Man Utd 'tracking Olise'


Manchester United are watching Crystal Palace winger Michael Olise ahead of a potential summer move, according to the MEN.

Olise, currently at the centre of an international tussle between England and France, has impressed in the Premier League since his £8 million move from Reading last summer.

His versatility and ability to play in multiple attacking roles could attract Man Utd, who could lose the likes of Marcus Rashford this summer.

Man United eye up Tchouameni transfer


According to Marca, in contrast to earlier reports, Tchouameni is eyeing up a Premier League move despite interest from Real Madrid.

It's understood Monaco would be open to selling and both Manchester clubs, as well as Liverpool, have enquired.

It's believed Tchouameni wouldn't see these options as bad options, though the report doesn't clear up what the French club's price tag would be.

United find out Darwin Nunez price-tag


According to The Sun, who cite Record as their source, Benfica have valued in-demand Darwin Nunez at £67m, amid a potential summer sale.

Newcastle United were the initial interested party but Manchester United and Arsenal are said to have joined the race.

Man Utd reignite Milenkovic interest


Manchester United have reignited their interest in Fiorentina defender Nikola Milenkovic - according to Gazzetta dello Sport.

The 24-year-old was strongly linked with the Red Devils last year, and the club has been scouting him again recently in Serie A.

United could face competition from Inter for Milenkovic, though, with Fiorentina set to demand around €15 million (£13m/$17m) for a prized asset.

Ronaldo likely to stay at Man Utd


Cristiano Ronaldo is likely to stay at Manchester United beyond the end of the season - according to AS.

The 37-year-old rejoined United from Juventus on a two-year contract last summer but has been linked with a transfer amid the club's mediocre 2021-22 campaign.

Ronaldo's relationship with interim boss Ralf Rangnick is also on the rocks, but the German is due to move into an advisor role and the five-time Ballon d'Or winner is happy to continue at Old Trafford under a new manager.

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Man Utd monitoring Leverkusen's Diaby


Manchester United are monitoring Bayer Leverkusen winger Moussa Diaby - according to Sport 1.

Arsenal and Newcastle are also keen on the 22-year-old, who is currently valued at around €60 million (£51m/$67m).

Diaby has recorded 16 goals and nine assists for Leverkusen so far in 2021-22.

Ten Hag is Man Utd’s preferred candidate (MEN)


The Manchester Evening News reports that Ajax boss Erik ten Hag is now Manchester United’s preferred candidate to take the reins at Old Trafford this summer.

Various targets have been mooted for the Red Devils, but their search is being narrowed down and sights are now locked on a Dutch tactician.

Rashford wanted by Barcelona amid Man Utd struggles (MEN)


Marcus Rashford is enduring a tough time at Manchester United, with questions being asked of his future, and the Manchester Evening News reports that he is back on the radar of Barcelona.

The England international’s agent is set to be taking calls from all over Europe, with La Liga heavyweights at Camp Nou among those keeping a close eye on developments at Old Trafford.

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Man Utd & Arsenal submit offers to Araujo


Manchester United and Arsenal have, according to Gerard Romero, submitted offers to Barcelona defender Ronald Araujo.

The Uruguayan defender is approaching the final 12 months of his contract at Camp Nou and could be on the move this summer as a result, with Premier League heavyweights preparing to scrap it out for his signature.

Lopetegui on Man Utd’s managerial shortlist (The Guardian)


Former Real Madrid and Spain boss Julen Lopetgui, who is currently in charge of La Liga side Sevilla, is another name to have been added to Manchester United’s managerial shortlist, claims The Guardian.

The Red Devils are set to appoint a new permanent boss in the summer – with the likes of Mauricio Pochettino, Erik ten Hag, Thomas Tuchel and Luis Enrique already in their thoughts.

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Man Utd make another approach to Akanji (Bild)


Manchester United are very much in the market for Borussia Dortmund defender Manuel Akanji, reports Bild, with another approach from Old Trafford said to have been tabled.

Efforts are being made in Germany to get the Switzerland international tied down on fresh terms, but all offers have been rebuffed and the Red Devils remain in the running for a summer transfer.

Man Utd, Liverpool & Chelsea all monitoring Gavi (Mundo Deportivo)


Barcelona are yet to tie teenage prodigy Gavi to a new contract, and Mundo Deportivo reports that a lack of movement there is keeping a number of Premier League clubs interested.

Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea are all said to be monitoring a talented 17-year-old that has burst onto a senior stage at Camp Nou.

Man City to rival Utd and Real for Lewandowski (Fichajes)


Manchester City are very much in the market for another No.9 and will, according to Fichajes, join the race for Bayern Munich superstar Robert Lewandowski if he becomes available in the next window.

Real Madrid and Manchester United are also keeping a close eye on events at the Allianz Arena, with it possible that a prolific Polish striker will seek out a new challenge at the end of the 2021-22 campaign.

Man Utd accept defeat in Haaland race (Daily Star)


Manchester United have, according to the Daily Star, accepted defeat in the race to sign Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland.

The prolific Norwegian will be on the move this summer, but he appears destined to head for Manchester City, Barcelona or Real Madrid – rather than Old Trafford.

Pogba's personal trainer tells Man Utd star to 'look elsewhere'


Manchester United star Paul Pogba has been urged to "look elsewhere" by his personal trainer Coach Meddy, who has insisted that top players "don't waste time on minor competitions".

Pogba has spent the last six years of his career at Old Trafford, having re-signed for United from Juventus in a club-record £89 million ($116m) deal in 2016.

The Frenchman has only been able to land Europa League and Carabao Cup winners' medals during that period as he's struggled for form and fitness, and speculation over his future is now raging as he enters the final months of his contract.

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Ten Hag open to Man Utd job & wants Rangnick in dugout


Ajax boss Erik ten Hag is open to taking the permanent manager's role at Manchester United - according to The Mirror.

The Dutchman has been touted as one of the leading candidates for the position after another impressive year at Johan Cruyff ArenA.

Ten Hag would like United's interim coach Rangnick to join his staff if he comes to Old Trafford, but the German is set to move into a consultancy job in the boardroom.

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Man Utd want Johnstone back


Manchester United want to bring West Brom goalkeeper Sam Johnstone back to the club this summer - according to The Sun.

The 28-year-old was on the Red Devils' books between 2011 and 2018, but has since proved himself as a No.1 at the Hawthorns.

United could look to re-sign Johnstone as a replacement for Dean Henderson, who is expected to push for a move away from Old Trafford when the transfer window reopens.

Man Utd linked to Bayern defender Hernandez


Manchester United are a potential destination for Bayern Munich centre-back Lucas Hernandez, writes Fichajes.

The Red Devils are said to be considering their options with Harry Maguire struggling to find his form, and Hernandez is said to be open to a move outside Germany.

Barcelona and Real Madrid are also considered possible landing spots for the 26-year-old.

Man Utd could offer Mata coaching role


Manchester United could offer midfielder Juan Mata a coaching role so he can stay at the club when he becomes a free agent after this season, claims the

The 33-year-old is said to be taking management classes but does hold interest as a player in Italy and Spain.Sun.

Rangnick addresses Tuchel Man Utd links


Rangnick not worried about Rashford future


Manchester United boss Ralf Rangnick insists that he is not worried about the prospect of losing home-grown striker Marcus Rashford.

Recent reports suggest that the England international is fed up with the lack of game time and considering a move away from Old Trafford over the summer.

But his manager claims that he is still happy and keen to get back to his best.

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What Man Utd must do in order to land Pochettino


The Daily Mail reports that Paris Saint-Germain are preparing to sack coach Mauricio Pochettino on the back of their Champions League exit, with a path about to be cleared for Manchester United to make a move.

In order to land the Argentine, though, the Red Devils will need to make the former Tottenham boss believe that he is their No.1 choice for a demanding role at Old Trafford – with various other names being thrown into the mix at present.

Dembele one of several striker targets for Man Utd (MEN)


The Manchester Evening News has confirmed that Moussa Dembele is a player of interest to Manchester United, but claim he is one of several strikers being considered.

The Red Devils are said to have had the former Celtic frontman watched in Europa League action this week as they start to piece together plans for the summer transfer window.

Tuchel has no plans to quit Chelsea amid Man Utd talk


The Telegraph reports that the issues being endured at Chelsea following sanctions imposed on Roman Abramovich have alerted Manchester United to the possible availability of Thomas Tuchel.

The German tactician is, however, said to be fully committed to his role at Stamford Bridge has no intention of quitting that post and walking away from the Blues.

Man Utd to discuss new deal for Dalot (TEAMtalk)


Manchester United are, according to TEAMtalk, ready to discuss a new contract for Diogo Dalot.

The Portuguese full-back appeared destined to leave Old Trafford at one stage, having been loaned out to AC Milan, but he has returned to favour and will be offered an extension to a deal that is due to expire in 2023.

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PSG join Man Utd & Chelsea in Araujo race


Sport claims that Paris Saint-Germain have joined Premier League heavyweights Manchester United and Chelsea in the race for Barcelona defender Ronald Araujo.

Questions are being asked of how long a Uruguay international will be sticking around at Camp Nou as he approaches the final year of his contract.

Man Utd eager to bid for Lewandowski (BILD)


Manchester United are eager to make a bid for Robert Lewandowski if his relationship with Bayern Munich sours, according to BILD.

Lewandowski has yet to hold extension talks and wants clarity with his situation by the summer.

Juve submit Pogba contract offer (Rudy Galetti)


Frenchman wanted back in Turin

Juventus have submitted a contract offer for Manchester United star Paul Pogba - according to Rudy Galetti.

Negotiations for the 28-year-old to return to Turin in the summer are now moving swiftly as he approaches free agency.

With there little sign of Pogba agreeing an extension at United, he now looks likely to re-join Juve on a free transfer.

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Man Utd among those in talks for Kamara


Manchester United are, according to The Northern Echo, one of several Premier League clubs to have held talks with Marseille midfielder Boubacar Kamara.

The highly-rated 22-year-old will be out of contract this summer, with Newcastle, Crystal Palace and West Ham also asking questions of whether he would like to take on a Premier League challenge.

Man Utd make Richarlison contact amid Ronaldo questions (CaughtOffside)


Amid the talk of Cristiano Ronaldo potentially leaving Manchester United this summer, CaughtOffside claims that the Red Devils have made contact with representatives of Everton forward Richarlison.

The Brazil international is a proven Premier League performer and could ba targetted as the Red Devils seek to bring added firepower into Old Trafford.

PSG wanted Rashford in summer


De Bruyne explains what Man Utd critics missed


Kevin De Bruyne has become an unlikely defender of rival Manchester United, with the Manchester City star saying critics of the Red Devils' derby performance on Sunday may have been too harsh.

After Manchester City won 4-1, pundits Gary Neville and Roy Keane branded Manchester United a "disgrace" and suggested they gave up at the end of the game.

However, De Bruyne believes his side's decisive victory was simply the result of their ability to overcome Ralf Rangnick's aggressive tactics.

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Sancho takes to Twitter to apologise to Man Utd fans


Jadon Sancho issued an apology to Manchester United following their team's humbling 4-1 derby defeat, admitting that their performance was not up to scratch.

The ex-Borussia Dortmund star scored United's only goal on a bleak afternoon, as City ran riot at the Etihad Stadium.

United slipped to fifth as a result of the reverse, jeopardising their place in the Champions League next season.

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Arsenal & Newcastle monitoring Rashford (90min)


With Marcus Rashford said to be mulling over his future at Manchester United, 90min reports that Arsenal and Newcastle are monitoring the England international’s situation.

West Ham are also said to be keen, with there a chance that a proven Premier League forward could become unexpectedly available in the next transfer window.

Man Utd also in the mix for Bremer


Manchester United have, according to Tutto Juve, joined Tottenham in the race for Torino defender Gleison Bremer.

The Brazilian centre-half has been catching the eye in Serie A, with Premier League heavyweights now having him scouted on a regular basis ahead of potential summer bids.

Ronaldo to target PSG move if Man Utd miss out on CL (Football Transfers)


Portuguese star touted for Paris switch

Cristiano Ronaldo will target a move to Paris Saint-Germain if Manchester United fail to qualify for the Champions League - according to Football Transfers.

The 37-year-old has flown back to his native Portugal to contemplate his future after missing United's 4-1 derby defeat to Manchester City through injury.

If he does leave Old Trafford this summer, Ronaldo's first choice destination is PSG, where he could link up with long-time rival Lionel Messi and Neymar.

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Mata to leave Man Utd as a free agent


Juan Mata is another creative influence set to become a free agent this summer, with The Athletic reporting that a parting of ways at Manchester United is now inevitable.

The experienced Spanish midfielder is attracting interest from La Liga and will be offered an opportunity to head home at the end of the season.

Rashford asking questions of Man Utd future (Fabrizio Romano)


Juventus boss Allegri asked about free transfer move for Pogba


Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has refused to be drawn on transfer links to Paul Pogba although insisted he enjoyed a "great relationship" with the midfielder, before joking that he always beats him at basketball.

Pogba left Juventus for Manchester United for a then-world record transfer fee of £100 million ($134m) in 2016, although his spell at Old Trafford has been inconsistent.

The Frenchman's contract expires this summer and Juve have been linked with bringing Pogba back on a free transfer but Allegri has batted away those claims.

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Man Utd to sign Brighton promise Collyer


Man Utd-linked Pochettino wants Spurs return


Mauricio Pochettino does want to return to the Premier League, claims talkSPORT, but the Argentine wants a second spell at Tottenham rather than a fresh start at Manchester United.

The South American is currently in charge of Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain, but the expectation is that he will be on the move this summer amid talk of mounting interest from England and Spain.

Ten Hag 'learning English for Man Utd move' (Daily Mail)


Ajax manager Erik ten Hag is learning English in order to improve his chances of becoming Manchester United manager after missing out on the Tottenham job because of the language barrier, claim The Daily Mail.

Ajax are reportedly aware that ten Hag wants to leave this summer, with the Dutchman a top contender to succeed Ralf Rangnick at Old Trafford.

The report claims ten Hag's poor grasp of English prevented him being given the Spurs job last summer, and he is now working to avoid a repeat.

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Cavani 'wants Liga move'


Edinson Cavani will leave Manchester United when his contract expires in the summer and he wants to join a club in Spain, according to The Guardian.

The 35-year-old signed a one year contract extension at Old Trafford last summer but has scored just twice in 15 appearances this season.

He will leave Man Utd and a return to South America has been mooted, however Cavani wants to stay in Europe and has had a couple of offers from Spanish sides.

Man Utd consider Ancelotti as manager (ESPN)


Manchester United are considering Carlo Ancelotti as a short-term manager, according to ESPN.

United have made Mauricio Pochettino their favoured candidate to take over from Ralf Rangnick at the end of the season, but Ancelotti is seen as a backup option should the Argentine decide against taking the job.

Rangnick not convinced Ronaldo can lead Man Utd attack


The Manchester Evening News reports that Ralf Rangnick is not convinced that Cristiano Ronaldo can lead the line for Manchester United next season.

Questions have been asked of how long a 37-year-old Portuguese will be sticking around at Old Trafford, with speculation also building regarding supposed striker targets heading towards another window.

Man Utd rival Spurs & Newcastle for Palhinha (Record)


Record reports that Manchester United are ready to battle it out with Premier League rivals Tottenham and Newcastle for Sporting midfielder Joao Palhinha.

Atletico Madrid are also said to be monitoring the Portugal international, but those at Old Trafford are eager to bolster options in their engine room as Donny van de Beek is expected to move on and Paul Pogba is heading towards free agency.


Arsenal & Man Utd interested in Ruiz (Tuttomercatoweb)


Napoli star touted for PL switch

Napoli midfielder Fabian Ruiz is the subject of interest from both Arsenal and Manchester United - according to Tuttomercatoweb.

Real Madrid and Barcelona have also been linked with the 25-year-old, who is approaching the final year of his contract.

Ruiz is only earning €50,000 per week at Napoli, with Arsenal and United hopeful they can tempt him to the Premier League with a more attractive financial package.

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Lingard set to leave Man Utd


Man Utd priced out of move for £100m Osimhen (Daily Star)


Manchester United have, according to the Daily Star, been priced out of a move for Napoli striker Victor Osimhen.

The Red Devils have expressed interest in the Nigeria international, but are now turning their attention elsewhere after being quoted £100 million ($134m) for a talented 23-year-old currently plying his trade in Italy.


Rangnick wants to bring Mukiele to Man Utd (Fichajes)


French defender touted for Old Trafford switch

Ralf Rangnick wants to bring RB Leipzig defender Nordi Mukiele to Manchester United - according to Fichajes.

The Red Devils interim manager worked with the 24-year-old when he was a sporting director at Red Bull Arena and has recommended him to Old Trafford officials.

Mukiele has appeared in 21 Bundesliga games so far this season, recording one goal and one assist.

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Rangnick responds to claim Man Utd will sign Kounde, Rice & Haaland


Ralf Rangnick dismissed a Manchester United fan's suggestion that the club will sign Jules Kounde, Declan Rice and Erling Haaland in the summer transfer window.

United are reported to be interested in signing the three players, but face competition from top teams across Europe.

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Man Utd monitoring Gakpo & Palhinha


Manchester United are monitoring PSV striker Cody Gakpo and Sporting CP midfielder Palhinha - according to The Mirror.

United have scouted Gakpo several times already this season and could swoop for the 22-year-old in the summer if he continues to impress.

Palhinha is also on the Red Devils' radar, and although he has a £50 million ($67m) release clause in his contract, Sporting may be prepared to let him go for around £20m (£27m) later this year.

Roy Keane tells Man Utd to appoint Simeone as new manager


Roy Keane has told Manchester United to appoint Diego Simeone as their new permanent manager because the Atletico Madrid boss "doesn't mess around with his players".

United sacked their last permanent head coach back in November, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer paying the ultimate price for their poor start to the 2021-22 campaign.

Ralf Rangnick was subsequently handed the reins on an interim basis, but the club will appoint Solskjaer's successor in the summer, and Keane has suggested that Simeone would be the ideal fit.

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Pochettino snubs Man Utd as he waits on Real (Sport)


Mauricio Pochettino has, according to Sport, snubbed advances from Manchester United as he waits on an opportunity to head for Real Madrid.

The Argentine, who is currently in charge of PSG, was considered to be a top target at Old Trafford, but the Red Devils may now have to look elsewhere for a new permanent boss.

Man Utd, City & Chelsea all keen on Dybala (90min)


According to 90min, five clubs are in talks to sign Paulo Dybala when his contract expires at Juventus this summer.

Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester City and Tottenham are all looking to land the Argentine forward as a free agent.

Man Utd table offer for €30m Akanji (SportBild)


Manchester United have, according to SportBild, tabled an offer for Borussia Dortmund defender Manuel Akanji – who is said to be valued at around €30 million (£25m/$34m).

The Swiss star, who has rejected the offer of fresh terms in Germany, has been presented with a contract proposal from the Red Devils as they seek to win the race for his signature.


Man Utd to spend big in summer regardless of top-four finish


Manchester United are planning to spend big in the summer transfer window regardless of whether they finish in the Premier League's top four - according to ESPN.

The Red Devils are sitting fourth at the moment on 46 points, but the likes of Arsenal, Tottenham and Wolves all have multiple games in hand on them just behind.

If they fail to reach the Champions League, investment in new players will still be a priority when the transfer market reopens amid reported interest in the likes of Declan Rice and Harry Kane.

Martinelli: Man Utd didn't want me despite four trials


Gabriel Martinelli has revealed that Manchester United "never said they wanted to sign me" during four trials with Arsenal's Premier League rivals before he made his breakthrough into the professional game.

The 20-year-old is now a regular in Mikel Arteta's set-up at Emirates Stadium, but his career might have panned out differently had he not had the mental strength to bounce back from a failed audition at Old Trafford while he was still a youth player.

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Man Utd will have to pay €75m for Nkunku (BILD)


Red Devils keen on Leipzig star

Manchester United will have to pay €75 million (£62m/$85m) to sign RB Leipzig forward Christopher Nkunku - according to BILD.

The Red Devils are considering a summer swoop for the 24-year-old, who has a keen admirer in their interim manager Ralf Rangnick.

Nkunku, who has hit 13 goals in 23 Bundesliga appearances this term, is still under contract until 2024 and Leipzig won't let him go on the cheap.


Cavani to listen to Botafogo offer


Edinson Cavani is willing to listen to an offer from Brazilian side Botafogo, GOAL can confirm.

The striker is expected to leave Man Utd this summer and, while his future remains uncertain, he is open to hearing out Botafogo's plans.

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Madrid line up Pochettino transfer


According to the Daily Mail, Real Madrid are set to battle it out with Manchester United for PSG's Mauricio Pochettino.

It's understood the Argentine manager will be more obtainable this upcoming summer and the Spanish giants have had doubts over Carlo Ancelotti's future.

Real president Florentino Perez will restart interest in Pochettino should the Italian manager find himself leaving the club.

De Gea hints at Man United stay


David de Gea said: “Now I feel as if I'm from Manchester; I just feel like anyone else from Manchester. Where you are loved and welcomed is your home.

“I've been here for many years and, obviously, anything can happen in life, in the world of football, but honestly I don't see myself away from Manchester United.”

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Leicester line up new contract for Man Utd-linked Ndidi


Leicester are looking to agree a new contract with Manchester United and Aston Villa-linked Wilfred Ndidi, claims Football Insider.

The Nigerian midfielder is already tied to a deal through to 2024, but the Foxes want to put fresh terms in place that will help to fend off unwelcome attention from afar.

Man Utd mulling over move for Koulibaly


Manchester United have been heavily linked with Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly in the past, and Fichajes claims that interest could be rekindled this summer.

The Red Devils already have Harry Maguire, Raphael Varane and Victor Lindelof on their books, but another proven centre-half is being sought to join the ranks at Old Trafford.

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Man Utd to trigger Dalot extension


Manchester United are planning to trigger the extension clause in Diogo Dalot's contract - according to the Daily Star.

The 22-year-old's current deal expires in 2023 but the Red Devils have the option to renew that agreement for an extra year.

Dalot has been in fine form for United this season and has kept Aaron Wan-Bissaka out of the team, featuring in 15 Premier League games.

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Man Utd will allow Ronaldo to leave in summer


Manchester United will allow Cristiano Ronaldo to leave this summer if he wishes, claims the 

Ronaldo has fallen short of expectations so far in his second spell at Old Trafford and is said to be keen to leave should United fail to reach the Champions League next season.

Man Utd among those to have asked about Zaniolo


According to ASRomaLive, Manchester United are one of the Premier League clubs to have asked about Nicolo Zaniolo’s potential availability.

Liverpool are also monitoring the 22-year-old Italy international, who could head out of the Italian capital this summer.

Van de Beek wants permanent move away from Man Utd


Donny van de Beek will push for a permanent move to Everton if he enjoys a productive loan spell at Goodison Park, claims the Daily Star.

The Netherlands international midfielder has found game time hard to come by at parent club Manchester United and is reluctant to return to Old Trafford if a fresh start can be made elsewhere.

Mourinho wants Bailly reunion at Roma


Jose Mourinho wants to arrange a reunion with Eric Bailly at Roma - according to Il Romanista.

The Portuguese boss worked with the 27-year-old during his time in charge at Manchester United and would like to bring him to Stadio Olimpico in the summer.

Bailly is under contract at Old Trafford until 2024, but has only played four Premier League games for United so far this season.

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Newcastle join Pogba race (Fichajes)


Magpies eye Man Utd star on free transfer

Newcastle have joined the race to sign Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba - according to Fichajes.

Paris Saint-Germain, Real Madrid and Juventus have also been linked with the 28-year-old, whose current contract expires in June.

Newcastle are hoping to beat the competition to sign Pogba on a free transfer, but it remains to be seen whether or not he would be open to a switch to St James' Park.

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Man Utd not expecting Pogba U-turn


Manchester United are not expecting Paul Pogba to perform a U-turn on his future plans and commit to a new contract, reports the Manchester Evening News.

That had been suggestions that a World Cup-winning midfielder could avoid free agency by agreeing an extended stay at Old Trafford, but the Red Devils believe he will take on a new challenge this summer.

Williams told he has a future at Man Utd


Brandon Williams has, according to Metro, been informed by Ralf Rangnick that has he as a long-term future at Manchester United.

The 21-year-old defender is currently taking in a loan spell at Norwich and appeared to be surplus to requirements at Old Trafford as he sat behind established internationals in the full-back pecking order.

PSG are open to signing Ronaldo from Man Utd (90min)


Paris Saint-Germain are, according to 90min, open to the idea of signing Cristiano Ronaldo from Manchester United this summer.

Questions are being asked of a Portuguese superstar’s future at Old Trafford in what has been a frustrating 2021-22 campaign, and there is a chance that he could link up with eternal rival Lionel Messi at Parc des Princes.

Pogba 'open to Premier League move' (Telegraph)


Paul Pogba is open to a move to another Premier League side this summer if he leaves Manchester United, according to the Daily Telegraph.

Pogba is out of contract at the end of the season so is free to negotiate with non-English clubs, however is keeping his options open and has not started any talks.

An issue however would be his wages, with few other Premier League sides able to afford Pogba's £200,000-a-week salary.

Man Utd plan to step up Antony interest


Red Devils keen on Ajax star

Manchester United are planning to step up their interest in Ajax winger Antony this summer - according to 90min.

The Red Devils are set to be in the market for attacking reinforcements with Mason Greenwood's future unclear following his arrest last month.

Antony is already on United's radar, but Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea have also been linked with the 21-year-old, who has recorded 11 goals and eight assists for Ajax so far this term.

Khabib to quiz Ronaldo on Man Utd future


Cristiano Ronaldo has been urged to stay at Manchester United beyond the 2021-22 season by UFC superstar Khabib Nurmagomedov amid rumours linking the striker with a summer transfer.

United pulled off one of the biggest coups of the 2021 summer transfer window by re-signing Ronaldo from Juventus for £20 million ($27m).

The 37-year-old has since scored 14 goals in 27 appearances across all competitions, but has so far been unable to help the Red Devils re-emerge as trophy contenders and his attitude has been called into question.

Read the full story on GOAL.

Matic planning future talks at Man Utd


The Daily Star reports that Nemanja Matic is planning on holding talks regarding his future at Manchester United.

The Serbian midfielder is tied to a contract until 2023 but, with the Red Devils said to be in the market for another option to fill a holding role, he is eager to find out whether he should push for a summer switch elsewhere.


Kane open to Pochettino reunion at Man Utd


The Telegraph reports that Tottenham striker Harry Kane could be open to a reunion with Mauricio Pochettino if the Argentine coach takes charge of Manchester United this summer.

Having previously worked together at Spurs, and with speculation regarding a big-money move never far away from the England captain, a proven Premier League goalscorer may be tempted to head for Old Trafford.

Arsenal to battle Man Utd for Nkunku

2022-02-15T09:16:22.402Z claims Arsenal are capable of beating the likes of Manchester United to Christopher Nkunku if they act decisively this summer.

The RB Leipzig star is attracting interest from across Europe, with the Gunners seeing a move mooted if they opt to offload Nicolas Pepe in the next window.

Pogba yet to make Man Utd future call


Paul Pogba is happy to leave his future undecided until the summer, with the Frenchman not ruling out a stay with Manchester United, per the DailyMail.

The midfielder has been linked with a big-money move to Paris Saint-Germain, among other suitors, who hope to tempt the World Cup winner.

But the France international is in no rush to resolve the matter.

Rangnick won’t be sacked by Man Utd


Ralf Rangnick will not be sacked by Manchester United despite the club struggling for form in an ongoing top-four bid, claims Express Sport.

A German coach appointed to succeed the ousted Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be allowed to see out the season before heading upstairs as a new permanent boss is brought in to take his place in the dugout.

Man Utd add Nkunku to summer shopping list (ESPN)


Manchester United have added RB Leipzig midfielder Christopher Nkunku to their list of summer transfer targets, reports ESPN.

Ralf Rangnick has urged the Red Devils to make a move for the talented 24-year-old, who has registered 19 goals and 13 assists this season.

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Barcelona remain keen on Cavani


Barcelona are still keen on signing Edinson Cavani in the summer, claims Fichajes.

The experienced Uruguayan will become a free agent when his contract at Manchester United expires, with La Liga giants looking into a deal despite taking Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from Arsenal in January.

Man Utd interested in Gladbach defender Bensebaini


Borussia Monchengladbach defender Ramy Bensebaini is the subject of interest from Manchester United - according to Fichajes.

The Red Devils are looking at the 26-year-old as a potential replacement for Luke Shaw as their first-choice left-back.

Bensebaini has scored three goals in 13 Bundesliga games so far this term and only has 17 months left to run on his contract with Gladbach.

Five Premier League clubs keen on Tielemans


Leicester midfielder Youri Tielemans has supposedly opted against signing a new contract, with 90min claiming that five Premier League clubs are now monitoring his situation.

Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal, West Ham and Newcastle are all said to be keen on the Belgium international if he becomes available on the open market.

Rice remains Man Utd’s top midfield target


According to the Manchester Evening News, Declan Rice remains Manchester United’s top midfield target for the summer transfer window.

The Red Devils are aware that the England international could demand a nine-figure fee, but a raid on West Ham is being readied.

Man Utd-linked Pochettino's relationship with PSG nearing breaking point


GOAL can confirm that Mauricio Pochettino's relationship with Paris Saint-Germain is nearing breaking point, while Manchester United have targeted the former Tottenham boss as their potential next permanent manager.

Pochettino replaced Thomas Tuchel at Parc des Princes in January 2021, after over a year out of coaching following his sacking at Spurs, and has since guided the club to two domestic trophies.

PSG have also risen to the top of the Ligue 1 standings in the Argentine's first full season in charge, 16 points clear of second-place Marseille, but his credentials have still been called into question amid a run of unconvincing performances.

Read the full story on GOAL.

Man Utd CEO favours Ten Hag


Manchester United's new CEO Richard Arnold is favouring the potential appointment of Erik ten Hag as the club's next permanent manager - according to The Sun.

The Dutchman is on the Red Devils' final shortlist of candidates alongside Mauricio Pochettino and Luis Enrique.

United's interim boss Ralf Rangnick wants Erik ten Hag to fill his shoes in the summer, and Arnold is fully behind him, but it remains to be seen whether Ten Hag will leave Ajax.

Man Utd to reward De Gea with new deal


Manchester United are set to reward David De Gea for his performances with a new deal - according to The Sun.

The 31-year-old has rediscovered his best form at United this season and won the Premier League's Player of the Month award for January.

De Gea is already tied to United until 2024, but the club will soon look to secure his long-term future and continue paying his £370,000 per week wages despite their usual policy on reduced salaries for over 30s.


Haaland latest as Rangnick says Man Utd need new striker


Ralf Rangnick has said it's "obvious" Manchester United need a new striker, amid links to Borussia Dortmund's Erling Haaland.

GOAL's Manchester United correspondent Charlotte Duncker feels Tottenham Hotspur star Harry Kane could well turn out to be a more realistic target than Haaland.

Read the full story here.

Cavani expected to leave this summer


City overtake United as favourites for Haaland


According to Football Insider, Manchester City have raced ahead of their competitors for Erling Haaland's signature after his father pushed him to join his old club.

The report claims City aren't just ahead of all interested English clubs but Real Madrid and PSG too, despite his £68m release clause.

Pep Guardiola's side have already laid the groundwork for Borussia Dortmund's Haaland, having sold Ferran Torres to Barcelona for £55m.

Man Utd scouts cast an eye over Nunez (A Bola)


Manchester United have had their scouting network cast an eye over Benfica star Darwin Nunez, claims A Bola.

The Uruguayan forward was linked with West Ham in January, but the Red Devils are aware of his potential and are ready to step up their interest in the talented 22-year-old – who has hit 21 goals in 26 appearances this season.

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Pogba would prefer return to Juventus


Paul Pogba would prefer a return to Juventus this summer if he is to leave Manchester United, claims Il BiancoNero.

The World Cup-winning France international is running down his contract to free agency and has been linked with Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain in the recent past.

Haaland & Kane on Man Utd striker shortlist (The Sun)


Manchester United have, according to The Sun, made the signing of a new striker their top priority for the summer transfer window and have four big names on a recruitment sortlist.

Borussia Dortmund star Erling Haaland, Tottenham talisman Harry Kane, Inter ace Lautaro Martinez and Everton frontman Dominic Calvert-Lewin are all said to be in the Red Devils’ sights.

Ronaldo plots Man Utd showdown talks (Daily Star)


Cristiano Ronaldo is intending to hold showdown talks with his agent over his Manchester United career, claims the Daily Star.

The Portuguese has struggled to deliver on his much-vaunted homecoming to Old Trafford, not helped by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's exit and an unformed relationship with Ralf Rangnick.

As such, the forward intends to speak with Jorge Mendes over his options at the end of the campaign, with the Red Devils effectively out of any silverware race.

Pogba must take pay cut for Man Utd stay


If Paul Pogba is to remain at Manchester United beyond the end of the season, then The Mirror reports that the French midfielder is going to have to take a pay cut.

The Red Devils are open to the idea of keeping a World Cup winner on their books, but reduced terms would need to be agreed in order for free agency and a change of scenery to be avoided.

Man Utd plotting Leicester raid for Tielemans (Het Nieuwsblad)


Manchester United are ready to join the hunt for Leicester midfielder Youri Tielemans, claims Het Nieuwsblad.

The Belgium international has been linked with Liverpool and Manchester City in the past, but Red Devils from Old Trafford will look to join a scramble for his signature if one is sparked this summer.

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Permanent transfer for Pereira is delayed


Andreas Pereira is hoping to seal a permanent move to Flamengo from Manchester United, but UOL claims a deal has been delayed.

That is because those at Old Trafford have more pressing concerns to contend with at present, with a Brazil international midfielder having to be patient as he waits on a transfer being pushed through.

West Ham remain keen on Lingard deal


West Ham remain keen on bringing Jesse Lingard back to the London Stadium, claims GiveMeSport.

The Hammers were unable to get a deal agreed with Manchester United for the midfielder in January, but the England international will become a free agent in the summer and could head back to the East End.

Enrique joins Pochettino on Man Utd shortlist (ESPN)


ESPN reports that Spain boss Luis Enrique has joined Mauricio Pochettino and Erik ten Hag on Manchester United’s managerial shortlist.

The Red Devils are looking to line up a permanent appointment for the summer, as Ralf Rangnick moves upstairs, and a former Barcelona boss is in their thoughts.

Man Utd could turn to Bowen (MEN)


The Manchester Evening News reports that Jarrod Bowen’s form at West Ham, and Liverpool’s decision to land Luis Diaz, could see Manchester United step up interest in the talented winger.

The 25-year-old has hit 11 goals for the Hammers this season, and the Red Devils are expected to be in the market for another right-sided forward in the summer transfer window.


Dubravka turned down Man Utd swap deal


Newcastle goalkeeper Martin Dubravka turned down the chance to join Manchester United in a January swap deal - according to MEN.

The Magpies wanted Dean Henderson on loan and were prepared to send Dubravka to Old Trafford until the end of the season in exchange.

However, the 33-year-old chose to remain at St James' Park to remain Newcastle's No.1 instead of serving as a backup shot-stopper behind David De Gea at United.

Martial reveals he rejected Barca & Juventus for Sevilla


Manchester United loanee Anthony Martial has revealed that he rejected Barcelona and Juventus in favour of signing for Sevilla in the winter transfer window.

Martial has spent the last seven years of his career at Old Trafford, but United interim boss Ralf Rangnick revealed that the striker was eager to move on to a new challenge amid a lack of regular minutes in the first half of the 2021-22 campaign.

The Red Devils agreed a short-term loan deal with Sevilla for Martial in January 2022, with the 26-year-old opting for Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium despite rival interest from Barca and Juve.

Read the full story on GOAL.

Man Utd interested in Akanji (SPORT1)


Dortmund star emerges on Red Devils' radar

Manchester United are interested in signing Borussia Dortmund centre-back Manuel Akanji, according to SPORT1.

The report claims that Ralf Rangnick is a big fan of the Swiss defender, who harbours dreams of playing in the Premier League.

It is thought that a fee of around €30 million (£25m/$34m) would be enough to sign Akanji, whose contract with BVB runs out in the summer of 2023.

Other unnamed high-profile English clubs are said to be monitoring the situation closely.

Man Utd table offer to Araujo (El Chiringuito)


Manchester United have, according to El Chiringuito, presented an offer to Barcelona defender Ronald Araujo.

With the Uruguay international yet to agree an extension to a contract at Camp Nou that is due to expire in 2023, the Red Devils are said to have presented him with a deal that is worth €10 million (£8m/$11m) a year.

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Cavani destined to leave Man Utd


Edinson Cavani is destined to leave Manchester United in the summer - according to AS.

The 34-year-old's contract is due to expire in June and he has been strongly linked with Barcelona.

However, Cavani, who won't be signing an extension at United, is more likely to head back to South America amid interest from Corinthians, River Plate and Boca Juniors.

Man Utd make call on Garner


Manchester United will look to absorb James Garner into their first team plans next season after seeing him benefit considerably from two loan spells at Nottingham Forest, reports the Manchester Evening News.

The 20-year-old midfielder has matured quickly at the City Ground, to the point that his parent club believe he can help to counter summer departures at Old Trafford – with the likes of Jesse Lingard and Paul Pogba seemingly set to move on.

Pereira set for Flamengo move


Andreas Pereira looks set to leave Manchester United to join Flamengo.

According to UOL, Flamengo's vice president Marcos Braz and executive director Bruno Spindel were in negotiations with the Premier League side over the weekend and have come to a verbal agreement over a fee for the player.

United step up interest in Rice


According to the Daily Mail, West Ham's Declan Rice is in high demand despite their £100m price tag, though he only has one club in mind to join.

Manchester United are understood to have made investing in their midfield the number one priority for the summer and so are stepping up their interest in the Englishman.

However, despite the interest from them and Manchester City, Rice is said to be holding out to see whether boyhood club Chelsea are keen on him, as joining the London side is his ideal transfer.

United given Haaland hope


According to the Daily Star, Real Madrid are ending their pursuit of Borussia Dortmund's Erling Haaland as they no longer have the finances needed to sign him after securing PSG's Kylian Mbappe on a free transfer.

The Spanish giants reportedly hope Barcelona's own financial woes will push the Norwegian striker to the Premier League, with Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, and Liverpool all made aware of the situation.

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Watford failed in late Jones bid


According to Football Insider, Watford attempted to sign Manchester United defender Phil Jones just before the January transfer window slammed shut.

Manager Roy Hodgson, who is a big admirer of the Englishman, gave the green light for the move but his attempt failed when it was knocked back.

United wait for Gnabry outcome


According to Sky Germany, Serge Gnabry and Bayern Munich have reportedly failed to agree on a new contract for months, with his current deal set to expire in 2023.

It's understood the German giants don't want to pay the winger as much as he can earn elsewhere and they firmly believe he will extend his stay.

Gnabry is said to want a pay rise as he earns less than the likes of Kingsley Coman and Leroy Sane, with Real Madrid, Barcelona, Manchester United, and Liverpool all waiting to strike if Bayern can't secure his future.

Keane wished good luck by old rival Vieira


Crystal Palace boss Patrick Vieira wished his longtime rival Roy Keane good luck as the ex-Manchester United midfielder reportedly inches closer to potentially taking over at Sunderland.

Vieira and Keane famously clashed several times at the peak of Arsenal's rivalry with Man Utd, but the Frenchman sent his best wishes to his former rival ahead of an interview.

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Man Utd ready to make big offer for Araujo


Another defensive target that Manchester United are said to have their sights on is Barcelona star Ronald Araujo.

The Uruguay international has not extended a contract at Camp Nou that is due to expire in the summer of 2023, with Marca now reporting that English heavyweights at Old Trafford are readying a big offer.

Man Utd join Bayern & Barca in De Ligt hunt


Manchester United have, according to Calciomercato, joined Bayern Munich and Barcelona in the hunt for Juventus defender Matthijs de Ligt.

The Netherlands international centre-half would face competition from Harry Maguire and Raphael Varane at Old Trafford, but may be targeted by the Red Devils as they look to add greater depth to their ranks.

Henderson set to put for Man Utd exit?


The Manchester Evening News expects that Dean Henderson will push for a summer move away from Manchester United.

After failing to secure a loan switch in January, the England international – who finds himself behind David de Gea in the Old Trafford pecking order – is set to go in search of more regular game time.

Dybala offered to Man Utd, Liverpool & Chelsea (90min)


According to 90min, Paulo Dybala has been offered to a number of Premier League clubs as his contract at Juventus runs down.

The Argentine forward is due to hit free agency this summer and Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester City have all been sounded out regarding potential interest in the South American.

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Man Utd blocked Nice switch for Lingard


Newcastle and West Ham were not the only sides to miss out on Jesse Lingard when the January transfer swung shut, claims FootMercato, with Manchester United also blocking a switch to Nice.

A move to France was said to appeal to the England international midfielder, but he will now remain at Old Trafford until reaching the end of his contract and dropping into the free agent pool this summer.

Pochettino has ‘had enough’ of PSG amid Man Utd talk


FootMercato reports that Mauricio Pochettino has “had enough” of life at Paris Saint-Germain as speculation builds regarding a summer move to Manchester United for the Argentine coach.

He has been a top target for the Red Devils in the past and could be acquired at the end of the season if ties are severed with Ligue 1 heavyweights.

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Jones not leaving Man Utd for Turkey


Cavani to replace Alvarez at River?


Man Utd confident of landing Poch


Manchester United are increasingly confident of appointing Mauricio Pochettino as manager this summer, reports the Mirror.

The Red Devils have made the former Tottenham boss their number one target to succeed interim manager Ralf Rangnick, who will take up a two-year consultancy role at the end of the season.

Pochettino only joined PSG 13 months ago but the Ligue 1 side are willing to let the Argentine leave in the summer.

Man Utd ask Pogba to delay exit decision


Manchester United have asked Paul Pogba to hold off on his decision on whether to leave Old Trafford or not, according to ESPN.

Pogba is out of contract in the summer, but the club hope that he will delay his decision until United's next permanent manager is chosen and ultimately opt to stay.

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Barca believe Man Utd & Juventus want Dembele (Sport)


Striker refused to leave Camp Nou in January

Barcelona have identified Manchester United and Juventus as the two clubs looking to sign Ousmane Dembele this summer, according to Sport.

The Catalans failed in their attempts to offload the forward in January and suspect that one of those two giants may have already struck an agreement with him.

Lampard chat convinced Van de Beek to move to Everton


Leeds were offered Van de Beek


Donny van de Beek completed a deadline day loan move to Everton, but only after being offered to Leeds.

Manchester United have agreed to let the Netherlands international midfielder see out the season away from Old Trafford, with The Athletic claiming that interest was sounded out from old adversaries.

Man Utd blocked Henderson Watford move


Manchester United blocked a deadline day move to Watford for Dean Henderson - according to MEN.

The Hornets wanted to bring in the 24-year-old goalkeeper on loan until the end of the season.

However, United have opted to keep Henderson as their backup shot-stopper for at least another six months.

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Van de Beek loan made official


Everton have signed Netherlands midfielder Donny van de Beek on loan from Manchester United until the end of the season.

The 24-year-old becomes Frank Lampard's first signing since succeeding Rafa Benitez as Toffees manager.

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Lingard deal falls apart


The Red Devils have determined they want to keep the attacker as squad depth

Jesse Lingard will NOT be moving before the deadline, according to multiple reports.

Manchester United have turned back offers from Newcastle and West Ham for the player despite his wishes to leave.

Newcastle & West Ham bidding for Lingard


Rangnick sanction's Man Utd midfielder's departure

Newcastle and West Ham are both bidding for Manchester United midfielder Jesse Lingard on deadline day - according toThe Athletic.

Ralf Rangnick has given the green light for the 29-year-old to leave Old Trafford on loan this month, and the Magpies have submitted their second offer of the winter window.

West Ham, who had Lingard on their books for the second half of the 2020-21 campaign, have also returned with a more attractive package for Lingard, but it remains to be seen which club he will choose to join for the next six months until he becomes a free agent.

Van de Beek undergoing medical at Everton


Sky Sports reports that Donny van de Beek is in Liverpool to undergo his medical at Everton.

The Netherlands international midfielder is set to join the Toffees on loan from Manchester United after struggling for regular game time with the Red Devils.

Jones move to Bordeaux collapses


Man Utd rival PSG for Dembele (Footmercato)


Red Devils could hijack PSG bid for striker

Manchester United have made a late move to sign Barcelona's Ousmane Dembele from under the noses of PSG, according to Footmercato.

PSG have already verbally agreed a deal with Barca to sign the French winger but United have now made contact with the player's entourage.

The Red Devils are on the lookout for forward players after loaning out Anthony Martial with Donny van de Beek and Jesse Lingard set to follow. Mason Greenwood will also be unavailable for the foreseeable future after he was suspended.

Man Utd & Spurs in Bissouma talks (RTL)


Manchester United and Tottenham are in talks with Brighton regarding a possible deal for Yves Bissouma, claims RTL.

The Seagulls midfielder has seen a big-money transfer mooted for some time, with Aston Villa also interested in acquiring his services.

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Man Utd's Henderson in line for Newcastle switch


Manchester United backup goalkeeper Dean Henderson is in line for a switch to Newcastle - according totalkSPORT.

The Magpies are in the market for a new shot-stopper and have also been linked with Arsenal's Bernd Leno.

Henderson is now their top target though, with United set to let the 24-year-old head to St James' Park on loan before Monday's deadline.

Everton agree Van de Beek loan with Man Utd (The Guardian)


Dutchman set for Goodison Park switch

Everton have agreed a loan deal with Manchester United for Dutch midfielder Donny van de Beek - according to The Guardian.

The Toffees have agreed to cover the. 24-year-old's full salary until the end of the 2021-22 campaign.

Van de Beek is expected to be Frank Lampard's first signing after he is officially announced as Everton's new manager.

Alvarez transfer clears path for Cavani Man Utd exit


The sale of Julian Alvarez to Manchester City leaves River Plate free to sign Manchester United star Edinson Cavani, claims the Mirror.

The Argentines will now be able to afford Cavani's wages thanks to the influx of funds from Alvarez's departure, with a deal set to go through in the summer.

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Phil Jones linked to Bordeaux transfer


Manchester United defender Phil Jones could be making a mid-season move to France, as Ligue 1 outfit Bordeaux are reported to be looking at signing the centre-back.

The former England man, who has struggled with a number of injuries over the past few seasons, recently returned to the fold for the Red Devils, playing the full 90 minutes of their Premier League clash with Wolves earlier in January.

He hasn't played since, however, and reports in France are now suggesting that Bordeaux are interested in taking him to Ligue 1 before the January transfer window closes.

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Everton join Van de Beek race


Pogba will stay if Rangnick does (The Sun)


According to The Sun, Paul Pogba will stay at Manchester United beyond the summer if Ralf Rangnick remains as manager.

It's understood the talented Frenchman has been so impressed by the German boss and the plan for him at United that he would be willing to change his mind about his future.

Pogba's contract runs out this summer but he will consider re-signing if he can enjoy his last few months and if Rangnick sticks to his vision around Pogba.

Bailly going nowhere this window


United tipped to beat Chelsea to Dembele


Manchester United could beat out Chelsea in the race to sign Ousmane Dembele, according to

Chelsea are monitoring Dembele's situation at Barca, with the Frenchman's connection with his former Borussia Dortmund manager, Thomas Tuchel, a potential selling point.

But Manchester United are willing to offer the winger higher wages as they look to lure him from Barca.

Allardyce slams Man Utd for failing to sign Haaland


Sam Allardyce has slammed Manchester United for not signing Erling Haaland a few years ago.

Man Utd had an inside track to sign Haaland due to his relationship with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, but failed to bring him in before he blossomed into one of the world's best.

"Manchester United, I still think that, had they secured him, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would still be in the job," Allardyce told Genting Casino.

"And why Manchester United decided to let him go has been mind-boggling for me ever since it happened. And Ole had worked with him.

"Allegedly, it came down to finance, then that is the biggest mistake that Manchester United – not Ole – made. I think Ole would still be in a job if he actually signed him."

Man Utd youngsters set for loan spells


Manchester United are prepared to let three young players leave the club on loan after defender Reece Devine joined Walsall on Friday.

According to the Manchester Evening News, D'Mani Mellor, Will Fish and Alvaro Fernandez could all leave the club, with Mellor drawing interest after previously playing for Salford City on loan.

Fish and Fernandez, meanwhile, could be targets of former Man Utd assistant Kieran McKenna at Ipswich.

PSG in contact with Man Utd star Rashford (Canal)


Paris Saint-Germain are in regular contact with Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford, claims Canal.

With the French giants preparing to part with Kylian Mbappe as a free agent, suitable replacements are being lined and an England international at Old Trafford is said to be intrigued by a possible move to France.

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PSG make Pogba a top target (L’Equipe)


According to L’Equipe, Paris Saint-Germain have made Paul Pogba a top target in their summer recruitment drive.

The Ligue 1 giants are seemingly set to lose Kylian Mbappe as a free agent, but they could acquire another World Cup-winning France international when a superstar midfielder reaches the end of his contract at Manchester United.

Elanga’s emergence sees Rangnick sanction four exits


The emergence of Anthony Elanga at Manchester United is responsible for Ralf Rangnick sanctioning January departures at Old Trafford, claims ESPN.

Anthony Martial and Amad Diallo have been allowed to link up with Sevilla and Rangers respectively, while the Red Devils’ interim boss is also prepared to part with Donny van de Beek and Jesse Lingard as he has cover in the creativity department from a 19-year-old Swedish winger.

Crystal Palace 'hopeful' for Van de Beek deal (Daily Mail)


Manchester United man's loan move still on

Crystal Palace are still in the race to sign Donny van de Beek on loan and are "hopeful" of getting a deal done before the window closes, according to the Daily Mail.

The report states Man Utd are open to letting the 24-year-old go and that positive talks have been held with the player.

Van de Beek is reportedly "upset" with being on the fringes at Old Trafford and wants to move on for regular game time.


Bruun joins Man Utd women on loan from Lyon


Man Utd women announce Caldwell's arrival


Amad Diallo completes Rangers loan move


Man Utd to sanction Rangers loan for Amad (Fabrizio Romano)


Manchester United are, according to Fabrizio Romano, set to allow highly-rated Ivorian forward Amad Diallo to see out the 2021-22 campaign on loan at Scottish champions Rangers – with the 19-year-old needing more regular football in order to aid his development.

Lingard considering move abroad (MEN)


Jesse Lingard continues to mull over his options after seeing Newcastle priced out of a loan move in January, with the Manchester Evening News claiming that he is open to heading abroad as a free agent this summer.

A loan deal could still be done before the January deadline, with the likes of Everton and Aston Villa keen, but a fresh start will be made at the end of the season when an England international sees his contract at Manchester United expire.

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Van de Beek ‘upset’ at Man Utd situation


The Manchester Evening News reports that Donny van de Beek is “upset” with his current situation at Manchester United, with an exit door potentially swinging open for him prior to the January transfer deadline passing.

A man that is seeing a loan move to Crystal Palace mooted is reportedly disappointed at being misled by the Red Devils, with promises of more regular game time during a second season at Old Trafford coming to nothing.

Rice to cost Man Utd £100m


Manchester United continue to be linked with West Ham midfielder Declan Rice, and the Manchester Evening News claims he will cost the Red Devils around £100 million ($134m) in the summer.

Those at Old Trafford are also looking to keep Borussia Dortmund star Jude Bellingham sweet ahead of efforts to land another England international in upcoming windows.

Man Utd consider permanent Rangnick appointment (Sun)


German has impressed club management during interim tenure

Manchester United have put their manager search on hold and are considering Ralf Rangnick as a permanent hire, claims theSun.

The ex-RB Leipzig man has enjoyed a strong start as interim manager and will be given until the end of the season to show whether he merits the job.

Lingard furious at collapse of Newcastle move


Manchester United winger Jesse Lingard was angry to see his proposed loan move to Newcastle United fall through, according to the Daily Mail.

The Magpies management were unwilling to meet United's demands for a temporary move, including a huge bonus should they beat relegation, leading to the collapse of talks.