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Man Utd transfer news LIVE: Saul Niguez, Camavinga or Neves may join if Pogba leaves, Griezmann latest, Trippier LATEST

MANCHESTER UNITED are getting Raphael Varane to Carrington for medicals over the next 48 hours with the deal set to be announced soon after.

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 Kieran Trippier could yet join the Red Devils towards the end of the transfer window, with Atletico Madrid £1bn in debt.

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  • HENDERSON UPDATE

    Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson is hoping he can return from his hip injury soon.

    Henderson was even in contention to feature in Saturday's cancelled friendly match at Preston.

    The 24-year-old said before the game was called off: "Yeah [I’m] just building it up day by day and, hopefully, I’ll be right for the game, maybe at the weekend against Preston.

    "We’ll just see how it goes over the next few days. I’ll keep working hard and, hopefully, I can get some minutes under my belt”

  • VARANE FAREWELL

    Raphael Varane has confirmed he is leaving ahead of his imminent move to Manchester United with the following farewell message to Real Madrid fans.

    Varane posted on his Instagram: "These last few days have been charged with many emotions, feelings that I now want to share with all of you.

    "After 10 incredible and wonderful years at Real Madrid, a club that I will always carry in my heart, the day has come to say goodbye.

    "Since I arrived in 2011, together we have exceeded all expectations and achieved things that I could never have dreamed of. I would like to thank all the coaches and all the people who work or have worked at the club for everything they have done for me.

    "Many thanks also to all the Madridistas who always gave me a lot of affection and with their great demand they pushed me to give my best and fight for every success.

    "I have had the honour of sharing a dressing room with the best players in the world. Countless victories that I will never forget, especially 'La Décima'. I realise that it has been a great privilege to have been able to experience such special moments.

    "Finally, I want to thank all Spaniards and especially to the city of Madrid, where my two children were born. This country will always be special to me. It has been an incredible journey in every way. I leave with the feeling of having given everything and I will not change a single thing in this story of ours.

    "A new chapter begins…"

  • POGBA WISH

    Manchester United ace Andreas Pereira hopes Paul Pogba will make 'the best choice' for his future.

    Pogba has been linked with a move away in the summer transfer window.

    Pereira told TNT Sports: "I hope he makes the best choice for himself and his family.

    "He deserves the best things in the world, he’s an amazing guy”

  • POGBA BOOST

    Recent reports have suggested that Paul Pogba rejected a new deal from Manchester United.

    But Sky Sports claim that Pogba can see a long-term future at United after all.

    The star midfielder is reportedly excited with the direction the club is going in, following Jadon Sancho's arrival and Raphael Varane's imminent transfer.

    But the France international is mindful his next contract could be the last big one of his career

  • MBAPPE BOOST

    Real Madrid are going to pursue Paris Saint-Germain superstar Kylian Mbappe after selling Raphael Varane to Manchester United.

    That is according to 90 Min, who claim Real will use the funds raised from Varane to pursue Mbappe.

    However, the star defender's move to United hasn't been finalised yet.

    Reports suggest that Los Blancos have agreed to let the France international go for £42million, including add-ons

  • HENDERS-ON INJURY

    Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson revealed he played on towards the end of last season with the hip injury that forced his withdrawal from England.

    Henderson told United's official website: “Obviously I was devastated at the time, when I had to pull out of the squad.

    "But I had an injury ongoing from the Burnley game last season [in April] and I was really struggling.

    “I had a really bad left hip and I needed it to be addressed and I took a scan when I was away with England. I tried to keep it quiet because obviously I wanted to be involved and not miss any games towards the end of last season, I just wanted to keep the momentum going.

    “For me, it was something I needed to get sorted so having a break and getting my head right and then coming back in early and getting everything sorted so I’m ready for the season is something I’m looking forward to"

  • MORE FROM TRIPPIER

    Atletico Madrid won't be doing Manchester United any favours regarding Kieran Trippier's asking price.

    That is according to Sport, who claim Atletico are not keen on letting Trippier go.

    But the England international's ‘enthusiasm’ to return to the Premier League could ‘tip the balance’ and convince the La Liga champions to sell him.

    Nevertheless, if the full-back does indeed move he won't be joining the Red Devils until the closing stages of the summer transfer window

  • POCHETTINO REACTS

    Paris Saint-Germain have been linked with a bid for Manchester United star Paul Pogba.

    However, PSG manager Mauricio Pochettino remained coy when quizzed about Pogba.

    Pochettino told Le Parisien: "I won’t give any names, I don’t like to speak about players who belong to other clubs.

    "The club is working away quietly, achieving some good things.

    At the end of the window, we’ll see who the new players are – if there are any – and which players leave the squad"

  • TRIPPIER REMINDER

    Manchester United still have a chance to sign Atletico Madrid star Kieran Trippier, who is keen to return to the Premier League.

    But the Manchester Evening News claim a deal may not be completed before the end of the transfer window.

    United are willing to let Brandon Williams leave on loan and Diogo Dalot go permanently, opening up a spot for the England international.

    However, there are concerns Atletico may yet price him out of a move.

    The Spanish champions are £1billion in debt though, meaning they may well look to sell for a price the Manchester giants are willing to pay

  • GRIEZMANN-LINDELOFF RECAP

    Manchester United have been offered Barcelona star Antoine Griezmann in a stunning exchange for Victor Lindelof.

    That is according to Gol Digital, who report that Barca have turned to United after a recent swap deal with Atletico Madrid fell through.

    The Blaugrana wanted to send Griezmann back to Atletico and sign star midfielder Saul Niguez in exchange but negotiations collapsed.

    The Catalan giants are now reportedly talking with the Red Devils as they know Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side is looking for a striker despite Edinson Cavani's new deal.

    Barcelona are willing to sell Griezmann to United in exchange for Lindelof, who has fallen down the pecking order amid Raphael Varane's imminent arrival, as manager Ronald Koeman needs a defender

  • SAUL-POGBA RECAP

    Manchester United are eyeing Atletico Madrid star Saul Niguez as a potential replacement for Paul Pogba.

    According to the Daily Star, Pogba is going to hold talks with United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer about his future when he reunites with the rest of the team for pre-season.

    Reports suggest the star midfielder has turned down a new deal as he enters the final year of his contract with the Red Devils.

    The Manchester giants are looking to act quickly and that is why they are preparing a bid for Saul

  • RASHFORD COULD BE OUT FOR 3 MONTHS

    Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford faces shoulder surgery next week after persuading boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer an operation would be the best solution.


    The England star, 23, could then be out until the end of October.

    Rashford, 23, decided after the Euros he wanted an op as his shoulder problem has persisted since November.

    It's thought boss Solskjaer was keen to see if rest would resolve the problem.

    A United statement said: “Following consultation between Marcus, the manager, club medical staff and specialists, Marcus will undergo surgery imminently to resolve his shoulder injury.

    “He will now focus on his rehabilitation in order to return as soon as  possible.”

  • BARCA, REAL AND JUVE GET SUPER LEAGUE BOOST

    Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus will renew their European Super League plans after a court threw out disciplinary action against the 12 founding clubs.

    A Madrid court decided Uefa must scrap proceedings - until the European Court of Justice makes a ruling.

    Nine clubs were penalised - Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham, Arsenal, Atletico Madrid, Inter Milan and AC Milan.

    Uefa fined them each about £7m and five per cent of their prize money.

    The Super League plans collapsed within days after a huge outcry from fans, other clubs, politicians and football bodies.

    Now, though, the nine clubs have had their penalties removed - at least for now.

    And action against the ESL's remaining supporters - Barca, Juve and Madrid - must also be halted.

  • POG COULD STAY - EVEN WITH NO SUMMER DEAL

    Paul Pogba could still sign a long-term Manchester United contract - even if he waits until next year.

    That's the claim from Sky Sports tonight, despite PSG hovering for the France midfielder.

    The 28-year-old reportedly gets on well with Old Trafford boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer - and has been buoyed by the major summer signings of Jadon Sancho and Rapahel Varane.

    But Pogba also knows there's no reason for him to rush as he approaches what could be the last deal of his career - wherever it might be.

  • EMOTIONAL END TO RANE IN SPAIN

    Raphael Varane gave and received an emotional goodbye to his Real Madrid team-mates after the France defender finally completed his Manchester United move.

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  • DONNING UTD'S CRAZY NEW KIT

    Manchester United's newest signing has hailed their bluest kit.

    Jadon Sancho suggested United have gone a bit crazy with their brash new outfit as he posted: "Away kit brazy."

  • ALABA’S £98m REAL CONTRACT LEAKED

    David Alaba’s Real Madrid contract has been leaked.

    And the latest Blancos defender is raking in £376,000-a-week at the Bernabeu while his agent and family are also said to have pocketed nearly £10million between them off the back of the move.

    Reputable German outlet Der Spiegel have revealed alleged details of the transfer and his subsequent contract.

    The deal is said to be worth £98m to ex-Bayern Munich star Alaba over a five-year period. with a weekly wage of £376,000.

    The Austrian international reportedly picked up a £15.1m signing on fee. And the 29-year-old’s agent Pini Zahavi is also said to have earned £4.4m in commission.

    An unspecified £5.4m payment is said to have gone to ‘Alaba’s family’.

    It is worth noting that a lot of these negotiations were taking place at the same time Real president Florentino Perez was imploring the football world to green light the Super League as the big clubs were struggling so much.

  • McCANN JOINS RANGERS

    Manchester United academy midfielder Charlie McCann has officially completed a permanent transfer to Rangers.

    The 19-year-old has never made his senior debut for the Red Devils but was a regular in their under-23 side before sealing a switch to Scotland.

    The Manchester Evening News claim the deal is reportedly worth around £750,000 and will see the player link up with Rangers' B team first.

    Speaking to Rangers' official website, McCann admitted he made the decision to leave Old Trafford in search of first-team football.

    He said: "I’m delighted to get the move over the line, I was obviously really excited when I heard the news and I knew that it was a no brainer.

    "It’s just unreal [Ibrox] it’s such a great experience and I can’t wait to see what it will be like when there is a full house of fans!

    “I feel like I’ve gotten to the point where I need the next step and this is the best option for me to make that and hopefully push myself to get nearer the first team."

  • HEAVEN SANT TO THE RED DEVILS

    Jadon Sancho has sent Manchester United fans into meltdown and continues to break Borussia Dortmund fans hearts with his new post on Instagram.

    The England international has posted himself getting fit and ready for his the new Premier League appearance as he looks to be the Red Devil’s missing piece to their puzzle.

    Manchester United fan and rapper Notes commented: “Strength no weaknesses!” with two angry emoji’s

    Whilst Femjay commented an emoji before stating: “WE MOVE”.

    However a Dortmund fan said: “Still miss you in Dortmund, Jadon” with sad emoji’s and a black and yellow love heart.

    The whole world is interested to see how the £70 million man is going to do come the start of the new PL campaign.

  • POG-BACK

    Manchester United star Paul Pogba has returned to the UK after Euro 2020.

    According to Manchester Evening News, Pogba flew to Miami after France's shock elimination in the Last 16.

    Reports suggest the star midfielder came back to Manchester on Thursday amid intense speculation regarding his future.

    Pogba is entering the last year of his deal and has reportedly turned down an extension

  • RASHFORD STATEMENT

    Manchester United have confirmed that star striker Marcus Rashford will undergo should surgery.

    Rashford is now set to miss at least the first two months of the season.

    United announced: "Following consultation between Marcus, the manager, club medical staff and specialists, Marcus will undergo surgery imminently to resolve his shoulder injury.

    “He will now focus on his rehabilitation in order to return as soon as possible"

  • TRIPPIER RECAP

    Manchester United still have a chance to sign Atletico Madrid star Kieran Trippier, who is keen to return to the Premier League.

    But the Manchester Evening News claim a deal may not be completed before the end of the transfer window.

    United are willing to let Brandon Williams leave on loan and Diogo Dalot go permanently, opening up a spot for the England international.

    However, there are concerns Atletico may yet price him out of a move.

    The Spanish champions are £1billion in debt though, meaning they may well look to sell for a price the Manchester giants are willing to pay

  • TOP MANN

    Manchester United have been offered Barcelona star Antoine Griezmann in a stunning exchange for Victor Lindelof.

    That is according to Gol Digital, who report that Barca have turned to United after a recent swap deal with Atletico Madrid fell through.

    The Blaugrana wanted to send Griezmann back to Atletico and sign star midfielder Saul Niguez in exchange but negotiations collapsed.

    The Catalan giants are now reportedly talking with the Red Devils as they know Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side is looking for a striker despite Edinson Cavani's new deal.

    Barcelona are willing to sell Griezmann to United in exchange for Lindelof, who has fallen down the pecking order amid Raphael Varane's imminent arrival, as manager Ronald Koeman needs a defender

  • SAUL-POGBA SWITCH

    Manchester United are eyeing Atletico Madrid star Saul Niguez as a potential replacement for Paul Pogba.

    According to the Daily Star, Pogba is going to hold talks with United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer about his future when he reunites with the rest of the team for pre-season.

    Reports suggest the star midfielder has turned down a new deal as he enters the final year of his contract with the Red Devils.

    The Manchester giants are looking to act quickly and that is why they are preparing a bid for Saul

  • VAR VA VOOM

    Varane thanked Real Madrid on Instagram.

    He said: “These last few days have been charged with many emotions, feelings that I now want to share with all of you. 

    “After 10 incredible and wonderful years at Real Madrid, a club that I will always carry in my heart, the day has come to say goodbye.

    “Since I arrived in 2011, together we have exceeded all expectations and achieved things that I could never have dreamed of. 

    “I would like to thank all the coaches and all the people who work or have worked at the club for everything they have done for me.

    “Many thanks also to all the Madridistas who always gave me a lot of affection and with their great demand they pushed me to give my best and fight for every success.

    “I have had the honor of sharing a dressing room with the best players in the world. 

    “Countless victories that I will never forget, especially ‘La Décima’. 

    “I realize that it has been a great privilege to have been able to experience such special moments.

    “Finally, I want to thank all Spaniards and especially to the city of Madrid, where my two children were born. This country will always be special to me.

    “It has been an incredible journey in every way. I leave with the feeling of having given everything and I will not change a single thing in this story of ours.

    “A new chapter begins …”

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