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Man Utd transfer news LIVE: Harry Kane move back on, Haaland EXCLUSIVE, Saul Niguez update, Pogba contract latest

MANCHESTER UNITED handing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer a new deal could put the Red Devils in pole position to land Erling Haaland, SunSport can reveal.

Meanwhile Man Utd are looking at a number of midfield targets should Paul Pogba choose to leave, with Saul Niguez believed to be among the most likely to join, but Eduardo Camavinga and Ruben Neves are also being eyed.

And a move for Harry Kane could be back on after the England captain skipped training with Tottenham.

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  • DALOT DILEMMA

    Does Diogo Dalot stay at Old Trafford and fight for a place in the squad or move onto pastures new?

    The Portugese full-back spent last season on loan at AC Milan and has been linked with a return to San Siro, where he enjoyed a relatively successful spell.

    When asked for his hopes for the upcoming season, the 22-year-old said:

    "Keep developing.

    "When I had a season like last season obviously the things start to get more demanding as well.

    "I want to keep playing, I want to keep giving everything I have and improve.

    "I know last season was fantastic but I can do even more."

  • GOOD MORNING MAN UTD FANS

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's new contract could put Manchester United in pole position to sign Borussia Dortmund superstar Erling Haaland next year, reports SunSport's Phil Thomas.

    United narrowly missed out on Haaland when he left Red Bull Salzburg for Dortmund 18 months ago.

    The 21-year-old has a close relationship with his fellow countryman and was unwilling to take the chance on moving to Old Trafford if the manager was about to be sacked.

    Both the star striker and his father, former Manchester City star Alf-Inge, admitted they did not want to risk working under a boss they had no vibe for if Solskjaer was axed.

    The United boss gave the Norway international his debut as a teenager at Molde.

    And now that his own long-term future has been secured after signing a new three-year contract last week, the Red Devils' top brass hope that will leave them as favourites to sign Haaland next summer.

    Meanwhile, United are reportedly hoping to sell 10 players this month to fund moves for Atletico Madrid star Kieran Trippier and Rennes ace Eduardo Camavinga.

    Solskjaer is looking to assemble a squad capable of challenging for the Premier League title after back-to-back top-four finishes.

    According to ESPN, the Red Devils are looking to recoup £100million, with Jesse Lingard, Anthony Martial, Phil Jones and Diogo Dalot up for sale.

    Andreas Pereira, Daniel James, Alex Telles, Axel Tuanzebe and Brandon Williams are also believed to have been deemed as surplus to requirements.

    And the Manchester giants are also said to be prepared to cash in on Paul Pogba, who has just a year left to run on his contract.

    Speaking of which, Paris Saint-Germain boss Mauricio Pochettino insists he already has 'plenty of players' amid reports suggesting Paul Pogba could move to Paris.

    Pochettino said: "You see the list of the players that we have at home, we have plenty of players.

    "Half of the squad is at home. A few are on holiday.

    "I think the performance was good, I am happy, and I don’t want to talk about names of players who are in other clubs"

  • UNITED MONITOR KANE

    Manchester United are monitoring Harry Kane's transfer situation, according to reports.

    The England captain was given extra time off after starring for England at Euro 2020.

    But today Kane failed to report for pre-season training, leaving the club "disappointed", according to Sky Sports.

    ESPN claim that Man Utd hold an interest in Kane, but would have to fend off rivals Manchester City.

  • OLE'S AT THE WHEEL

    Manchester United are spending big to try and get the club back on top of the mountain.

    But they'll have to dethrone Manchester City.

  • GUESS WHO'S BACK

    Harry Maguire is back in pre-season training after starring for England at Euro 2020.

    The new league season starts in just under two weeks.

  • STAND UP FOR THE BLUES

    Chelsea have followed in Manchester United's footsteps by installing rail seating at Stamford Bridge, writes WILLIAM PUGH.

    The Blues have acted in preparation for Premier League safe standing by upgrading both the Matthew Harding and the Shed ends.

    The Blues announced on Monday: "Rail seating has been installed in the Matthew Harding lower and Shed End upper and lower tiers. 

    "This improvement enhances supporter safety by replacing the current seats in those sections of the stadium. 

    "We have decided to act now in order to be ready and prepared for any future government decision to introduce safe standing in Premier League stadia."

    Pictures emerged in June of the Bridge with large sections of their famous blue seats stripped out.

    And they have been completed in time for their Premier League opener at home to Crystal Palace on August 14.

    Blues season ticket holders were able to relocate to seating areas only if they wished. 

    Rail seating provides a waist-high metal frame which interlocks behind each seat which fans will stand behind.

    Man Utd started construction of their own rail seating section in June.

    SunSport previously reported the Red Devils were given special permission in April last year to become the first Premier League club to trial the new area.

  • JESSE STAY

    Jesse Lingard looks set to stay at Manchester United, according to reports.

    According to Sky Sports, West Ham believe think they have a ‘ten per cent’ chance of signing Lingard. 

    The midfielder had a brilliant second half of last season, scoring nine goals for the Hammers.

    And managed to force his way back into England contention for the Euros squad.

  • TOP 10

    Manchester United are reportedly hoping to sell 10 players this month to fund moves for Atletico Madrid star Kieran Trippier and Rennes ace Eduardo Camavinga.

    United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking to assemble a squad capable of challenging for the Premier League title after back-to-back top-four finishes.

    According to ESPN, the Red Devils are looking to recoup £100million, with Jesse Lingard, Anthony Martial, Phil Jones and Diogo Dalot up for sale.

    Andreas Pereira, Daniel James, Alex Telles, Axel Tuanzebe and Brandon Williams are also believed to have been deemed as surplus to requirements.

    And the Manchester giants are also said to be prepared to cash in on Paul Pogba, who has just a year left to run on his contract

  • HENDERSON STATEMENT

    As reported below, Manchester United star Dean Henderson hasn't joined the rest of the team for training camp in Scotland.

    A statement from the club read that Henderson is still recovering from "prolonged fatigue" after contracting coronavirus.

    The Red Devils announced: “Dean Henderson will miss Manchester United’s Scotland training camp while he continues his recovery from prolonged fatigue after contracting a COVID-19 infection three weeks ago.

    “He is expected to be training again soon”

  • JESS DO IT

    Liverpool ace Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has been advised to follow in Manchester United player Jesse Lingard's footsteps and seek a loan deal away in order to find himself.

    That is according to former Reds star Glenn Johnson, who believes West Ham would have been a great prospect for Oxlade-Chamberlain.

    Johnson told BettingOdds.com: "Yes. Possibly. West Ham’s a fantastic football club and they will let Alex enjoy his football.

    “Hopefully his body can get through all of next season. But I think West Ham United and Oxlade-Chamberlain would be a perfect fit.

    “Moyes would take the shackles off him, let him go and enjoy himself, and see what he can do. Touch wood Alex can stay fit and get back to his best”

  • SEVEN UP

    Manchester United are likely to welcome back the rest of their squad for pre-season training this week.

    United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been missing a number of key players after Euro 2020.

    Bruno Fernandes returned to training last week but the Red Devils are still expecting some more stars.

    Manager Solskjaer said, "we've got everyone in on Monday"

  • HENDERSON ABSENCE

    Manchester United have confirmed that Dean Henderson is absent from the club's training camp in Scotland because he is still recovering from coronavirus.

    Henderson has recovered from a hip injury that sidelined him from Euro 2020 with England.

    But the United goalkeeper is 'still feeling the effects' of COVID-19.

    A statement from the Red Devils read: “He is expected to be training again soon"

  • ELANGA IDEA

    Anthony Elanga has what it takes to cover Manchester United's left wing, according to former player Ben Thornley.

    Thornley said: “He could be a candidate for the left-hand side.

    "He's definitely laid down a marker, that's for sure. We were talking about Mason [Greenwood], Paul Pogba and Dan [James] but, if he keeps performing like that, it will be hard for the manager to ignore, especially if he does play and scores goals. That's priceless.

    “I just think he's a lad who has come through the Under-23s, when we watched him last season. He's got explosive pace, always wants to play on the shoulder and can play either side as well as through the middle.

    "If he gets away, you're never going to catch him. He's got great feet and is brave; you saw that with the goal he scored at Wolves with his head.

    “There is going to be a lot of talk among the coaching staff about which players are part of the squad, maybe go on loan or are not going to be here come the end of August.

    "He's one that caught my eye massively last season as well and he seems a very level-headed young man. If he keeps it up, he can be a huge part of Ole's plans this season and rightly so, so far”

  • WILLIAMS IS DON

    Manchester United ace Brandon Williams wants to leave Manchester United.

    According to Manchester Evening News, Williams wants a move away from Old Trafford despite Alex Telles' injury.

    Telles has suffered an ankle injury and will be out until September, which means the young left-back may get more minutes this season.

    However, that's not enough for Williams who prefers a loan move to Southampton

  • UNITED ARRIVE

    Manchester United have landed in Scotland for a training camp ahead of their final pre-season friendly against Everton on Saturday.

    United were based in Surrey between games against Derby and Queens Park Rangers last month and are now set for a three-day camp in St Andrews.

    The Red Devils will soon see Paul Pogba rejoining them amid rumours suggesting he may leave in the summer.

    The Manchester giants will also be welcoming Raphael Varane after his departure from Real Madrid

  • GREAL BOOST

    Manchester City’s hopes of signing Tottenham star Harry Kane this summer will end with the arrival of Jack Grealish.

    City submitted a £100million offer for Grealish and look ready to finalise their first major signing of the summer.

    According to Manchester Evening News, however, a move for Kane will no longer be financially viable if the Aston Villa star joins.

    That is unless the Citizens sell a number of players in the summer transfer window.

    The Spurs superstar is valued ain excess of £100m by the north Londoners, who do not want to sell their striker.

    However, the 28-year-old didn’t show up for training today and that could change everything.

    Manchester United have also been keeping tabs on Kane ever since he expressed his desire to leave Tottenham

  • PAUL-ING STRINGS

    Manchester United star Paul Pogba played a key role in Raphael Varane's move to Old Trafford.

    That is according to Manchester Evening News, who claim that the two France team-mates had a talk after Varane was approached by United.

    The star defender is set to link up with the Red Devils soon as he's left Real Madrid.

    However, rumours suggest Pogba could be on his way out as his deal runs out next year and the midfielder has reportedly turned down a contract extension

  • POCH ON POGBA

    Paris Saint-Germain boss Mauricio Pochettino insists he already has 'plenty of players' amid reports suggesting Manchester United star Paul Pogba could move to Paris.

    Pochettino said: "You see the list of the players that we have at home, we have plenty of players.

    "Half of the squad is at home. A few are on holiday.

    "I think the performance was good, I am happy, and I don’t want to talk about names of players who are in other clubs"

  • TAKE KAR

    Real Madrid superstar Karim Benzema has bid farewell to former team-mate Raphael Varane, who is heading to Manchester United.

    Benzema posted on Instagram: "My brother, what more can I say except that you are a legend here.

    "I will miss you I wish you the best in your new challenge with all the happiness.

    "You deserve everything you have accomplished and I wish you even more"

  • TUANZEBE AXE

    Newcastle are trying to sign Axel Tuanzebe during the summer transfer window.

    That's according to the Daily Telegraph, who claim the Magpies will attempt to land Tuanzebe, who could be heading out on loan regardless.

    First-team opportunities will be limited for the 23-year-old with Raphael Varane on his way.

    Red Devils manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is set to play Varane and Harry Maguire at centre-back

  • TELLES INJURY UPDATE

    Manchester United ace Alex Telles is on crutches as he recovers from an ankle injury that has ruled him out for the start of the new season.

    Telles sustained that knock during United's per-season training at Pennyhill Park.

    The left-back was spotted during the Red Devils' 2-2 draw with Brentford at Old Trafford on Wednesday and appeared to be on crutches.

    Telles was also wearing a protective boot on his right ankle and is set to be unavailable for the Manchester giants' games against Leeds, Southampton and Wolves

  • SHORE THING

    Former Manchester United academy coach Clayton Blackmore believes Shola Shoretire is the Red Devils' most exciting youngster.

    Blackmore told Manchester Evening News: "I think at the minute there's only Shola Shoretire who could play a part.

    "He's been in around the first team already and played, so when you're looking at players now he'd be the one to look out for.

    "With the lads coming through I think you know early on watching them how far they'll go, certainly the players there when I was a coach we predicted where they would end up"

  • NEVER SAY NEVES

    Manchester United target Ruben Neves has spoken to Wolves TV on new manager Bruno Lage.

    Neves has been linked with a move to United with Paul Pogba's future up in the air, but it seems the star midfielder is happy to stay at Molineux.

    The Portugal international said: "He’s a very good coach. I am really happy to work with him.

    "I spoke with a few friends when he signed for Wolves – that were players in Benfica and are good friends of mine – and they said a lot of good things about him.

    "I can see it now. He’s a very good coach with lots of good ideas. I think that when things are completely together, we’ll be a really hard team to beat"

  • GORETZKA REPORT

    Manchester United have suffered a blow in their pursuit of Bayern Munich star Leon Goretzka, according to SunSport's Dylan Terry.

    Goretzka has just one year left on his deal - but Bayern boss Julian Nagelsmann revealed he is 'confident' the midfielder will extend his contract beyond 2022.

    With the future of Man Utd midfielder Paul Pogba uncertain, United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking to line up a replacement.

  • HAALAND EXCLUSIVE

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's new contract could put Manchester United in pole position to sign Borussia Dortmund superstar Erling Haaland next year, reports SunSport's Phil Thomas.

    United narrowly missed out on Haaland when he left Red Bull Salzburg for Dortmund 18 months ago.

    The 21-year-old has a close relationship with his fellow countryman and was unwilling to take the chance on moving to Old Trafford if the manager was about to be sacked.

    Both the star striker and his father, former Manchester City star Alf-Inge, admitted they did not want to risk working under a boss they had no vibe for if Solskjaer was axed.

    The United boss gave the Norway international his debut as a teenager at Molde.

    And now that his own long-term future has been secured after signing a new three-year contract last week, the Red Devils' top brass hope that will leave them as favourites to sign Haaland next summer

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