MANCHESTER UNITED are preparing for their crunch second leg against Club Brugge in the Europa League.
Meanwhile, on the transfer front there is good news as far as the pursuits of Jack Grealish and Jadon Sancho are concerned.
Follow all the latest news and transfer updates from Old Trafford below...
ED IN THE GAME
ED WOODWARD was all smiles as Manchester United's squad rocked up to the Lowry Hotel this morning. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side are getting prepared for tonight's Europa League showdown against Club Brugge.
It is all to play for at Old Trafford as the first leg ended 1-1 after Anthony Martial's equaliser cancelled out Emmanuel Bonaventure's opener.
But Manchester United's executive vice-chairman looked confident after he confirmed Solskjaer will still be in charge next season.
United may be prepared to sacrifice David De Gea in order to help fund their summer transfer spree, according to reports.
Jadon Sancho continues to be linked with a move back to Manchester after leaving City for Borussia Dortmund in 2017.
As revealed by SunSport, United are also plotting a mega transfer to sign both Jack Grealish and James Maddison as they continue to impress at Aston Villa and Leicester City respectively.
And Old Trafford legend Ryan Giggs believes his former side should go all out to sign the two English playmakers.
But in order to make all the signings they want, United will need to raise some cash – and selling De Gea could be the answer.
According to Goal, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would be willing to let the Spaniard go.
Academy head Butt continued: “We're doing a good job now. Forget the young ones, the U12s, U13s, U14s, they're always doing great.
“But me, Neil Ryan (Under-18 coach) and Neil Wood (Under-23 coach) and the support staff around that.
“When we're getting players into the first team and we're winning titles and getting to the later stages of the Champions League, then we're doing an unbelievable job.”
FUTURE LOOKS BRIGHT
Nicky Butt has told United fans: judge me in two or three years.
The former Old Trafford midfielder said: “I think you can judge me and the people who develop for the first team in hopefully two or three years when we're challenging for titles.
“If you're challenging for titles and getting players in the first team, that's when you know you're doing an unbelievable job.
“We've got some great kids coming into the first team now that are doing very well.
“But I think the peak of the mountain in my job is when Man United are where they should be – and will be again – and we're still getting players into the first team.
“That's when you can say we're doing a really, really good job.”
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