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Manchester United transfer news live today! Latest reports, updates

Manchester United transfer news: Manchester United transfer news is always a bustling industry during the summer months and will see it in full force this summer as new manager Eric ten Hag looks to speed up the Red Devils’ return to the tables.

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Former Ajax and PEC boss Zwolle has put emphasis on United getting back into the UEFA Champions League as soon as possible and his beleaguered unit will need a lot of upgrades to move from sixth to top four after finishing trailing Tottenham by 13 points. last season.

Ralph Rangnick will no longer be consulted, at least not anymore, which is perhaps a good thing considering the United interim manager has achieved little and may have seen his side abandon their season goals weeks before the end season. Now Rangnick is in charge of the Austrian national team.

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Below is a summary of the latest deals, reports and rumours, as well as our analysis of Manchester United’s transfer news.


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Paul Pogba (end of contract)
Nemanja Matic – Roma (free transfer)
Juan Mata (end of contract)
Edinson Cavani (end of contract)
Jesse Lingard (end of contract)
Lee Grant (end of contract)


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June 18 – Ronaldo contacted Roma, Sporting Lisbon.

According to the Italian publication, Cristiano Ronaldo was linked this summer with a move away from Manchester United. la republic Both Roma and Sporting Lisbon are reportedly interested in singing the Portuguese superstar. Ronaldo, 37, scored 24 goals in all competitions for United last season, but there are many questions as to whether he is in new manager Erik ten Hag’s plans. The report leans heavily on Ronaldo, seeing that he won’t fit well with ETH’s play style. Both Roma and Sporting know the deal will be financially difficult, but Ronaldo has only one year left at Old Trafford and the Red Devils may be able to let him go if he so desires. amicably and for the sake of a nominal transfer. payment. (Japan)


June 18 – United lose Christian Eriksen Negotiations with De Jong continue

It appears that Manchester United’s offer to Christian Eriksen was not attractive enough. According to AthleticThe 30-year-old Danish playmaker wants to stay in London. He has offers from Brentford and his former club Tottenham Hotspur (among many others) and is believed to want to stay in the English capital. Eriksen had a great run at Brentford last season as he returned to the Premier League on a short-term deal and returned to form following a cardiac arrest he suffered in June 2021.

Eriksen has said he is in no hurry to choose his next club, but it looks like he will not move to Manchester United. separate report from Guardian says United are still interested in signing Barcelona’s Frenkie de Jong and although they are offering $14m less than Barca’s asking price for the Dutch midfielder, they are holding on as they know they have Catalan club serious financial problems. (Japan)


Jun 15 – Paul Pogba agrees terms for return to Juventus

Paul Pogba almost confirmed he would be leaving Manchester United a few months ago, although his final destination remained a mystery until this week. According to reports, Pogba and Juventus have agreed terms as he nears completion of the second free transfer from Manchester United to Juventus in his career. Juventus have won the Serie A title in all four seasons he spent at Juventus from 2012 to 2016, and also won the Coppa Italia twice. In his six seasons (ago) at Manchester United, Pogba won the Europa League and the League Cup once each. (AE)


June 14 – Nemanja Matic rejoins Jose Mourinho at Roma.

For the third time in his career, Nemanja Matic signed Jose Mourinho, this time at Roma, after he left Manchester United on a free transfer. The 33-year-old has signed a one-year deal and is expected to play straight into midfield in 36 of 38 games next season. (AE)


Jun 12 – Manchester United keep a close eye on Robert Lewandowski.

Report from Sun says Manchester United are interested in signing Robert Lewandowski if his dream move to Barcelona doesn’t work out. Lewandowski, 33, has publicly expressed his desire to leave Bayern Munich this summer as he has one year left on his current contract with the German giants. However, Barcelona have yet to agree a fee with Bayern and with financial constraints on the Spanish giants, it looks like they may need some time to shed players and sort out their finances to bring in Lewandowski.

With that in mind, United are lurking in the background, looking to give the Polish superstar an alternative. According to the report, United absolutely agree to pay Lewandowski $500,000 a week and a transfer fee to Bayern will not be an issue.

Is this the kind of player Erik ten Hag and United really need when they try to rebuild?

There is no doubt that Lewandowski will score over 20 goals in a season (at least), but United have attracted the likes of Edinson Cavani and Cristiano Ronaldo in recent years and have failed to get the most out of both. Ronaldo was successful last season, but can he and Lewandowski come out on top and succeed in the kind of agile and flexible possession-based team that Erik ten Hag wants to create? If United sign Lewandowski, then it will look like another short-term flashy signing that they hope will impress people rather than actually create a team that can compete. This is no disrespect to Lewandowski, who is a phenomenal player, but the fact that United seem to be seriously involved with another signing like this shows that they still don’t know who they are or who they want to become. (Japan)


June 10 – Starting bid for Frenkie de Jong rejected.

Barcelona have turned down Manchester United’s bid for Frenkie de Jong, according to Fabrizio Romano. The Dutch midfielder has said he’s happy to stay at Barça but the Spanish giants need to cut costs to bring in new players this summer and it looks like Frenkie de Jong is their most valuable asset. This will be the saga of the summer.

Jun 10 – Red Devils confirm senior exit, academy.

Manchester United have confirmed that Edinson Cavani, Lee Grant, Jesse Lingard, Juan Mata, Nemanja Matic and Paul Pogba have left as their contracts expired. Three academy products will leave as D’Many Mellor, Rhys Devine and Connor Stanley have run out of contracts. Paul McShane will continue his coaching post-retirement, while young goalkeeper Paul Woolston was forced to retire in March due to injury, but United say “he continues to be in close contact with the club as he starts the next phase.” of his career.”

You can already hear the United fans saying, “This is the exit… but where is the return?” Rome wasn’t built in a day, folks.


Jun 9 – Manchester United show interest in Oxlade-Chamberlain.

There haven’t been a ton of transfers from Liverpool to Manchester United in recent years, but Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is reportedly ‘desperate’ to leave Anfield and the red devils have an interest In the player.

That is if Liverpool consider a lower fee for the 28-year-old who dreamed up Southampton before moving to Arsenal. He scored three goals with three assists in just over 1,500 minutes for Liverpool.

The Bull has hardly seen minutes since the calendar moved to 2022 and United will need help in midfield. Could a $15 million purchase be a reasonable part of United’s relatively low risk, high return? (New Mexico)


June 8 – Ibrahim Sangare at Manchester United, Chelsea.

PSV Eindhoven midfielder Ibrahim Sangare has been linked with Manchester United and Chelsea in reports saying the combative midfielder plans to play in the Premier League next season.

Sangaré, 24, has a $44 million release clause and has three years left on his contract with PSV as he moved from then Ligue 2 side Toulouse at the start of the 2020–21 season.

He registered third in Eredivisie tackles last season (95) and third in interceptions (74), scoring three goals on the ball with almost 87 percent. (New Mexico)


June 1 – Paul Pogba leaves Manchester United.

Paul Pogba is expected to leave United on a free transfer (for the second time) this summer. Pogba, 29, joined United from Juventus in 2016 for a then-record fee of $112 million. However, after winning the League Cup and Europa League titles in his first season at Old Trafford, Pogba was unable to help United secure more trophies and only glimpsed his skill. The French midfielder was not helped by injuries and José Mourinho, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and then Ralf Rangnick took over as United failed to assemble a successful team around him. Despite all this, his second spell at United would ultimately be a flop.

United confirmed his departure and said: “Everyone at the club would like to congratulate Paul on a successful career and thank him for his contribution to Manchester United. We wish him all the best in the next stages of a wonderful journey.”

Pogba has been linked with a move to Real Madrid, Juventus and PSG as a free agent, and recent reports suggest a return to Juventus is very likely for the World Cup winner. (Japan)


June 1 – Frankie de Jong at United?

According to Fabrizio Romano, United are in talks with Barcelona over a possible $91m signing for Frenkie de Jong. The 25-year-old Dutch midfielder wants to stay at Barcelona and wants to play in the Champions League, but his former boss at Ajax, Erik ten Hag, is now in charge of United. De Jong will be United’s main player in midfield and with Barcelona having to cut spending if they want to bring in players like Robert Lewandowski this summer, it looks like Frenkie de Jong could be one of the assets they won’t want to sell but they should. (Japan)


May 31 – Jurien Timber of Ajax

Erik ten Hag has been linked to a number of his former players at Ajax, and young centre-back Jurrien Timber is discussing his future in the face of rumors of Manchester United interest. The 20-year-old Timber is a world-class passer with excellent foot control and blasting his way to promising positions on the pitch. He is also a brave shot blocker who presses the ball aggressively.

“In the end, my gut feeling will be the deciding factor,” Timber said. via metro. “The picture must be correct. You can go to a big club. But if you’re not going to play there, it’s better to stay at Ajax. And Ajax is also a big club.”

Timber is 13th in the Eredivisie in tackles and 18th in interceptions. Those numbers are impressive considering how often Ajax have had the ball: 62 percent of the time was mind blowing. (New Mexico)

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