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Paul Pogba EXCLUSIVE, Kane ‘to cost Man Utd over £120m’, De Gea may leave club on loan, Haaland transfer LATEST

MANCHESTER UNITED will have to shell out a whopping £120m if they want to land Harry Kane this summer, according to reports.

Meanwhile we've the latest on David De Gea, while the Red Devils are also said to have become less keen on Erling Haaland following Mino Raiola's visit to Barcelona and Real Madrid.

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  • GOOD MORNING MAN UTD FANS

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants to bring keeper Sam Johnstone back from West Brom in a shock swoop, SunSport can exclusively reveal.

    Johnstone’s reputation has grown after a stunning campaign with the Baggies, earning him a first senior England call-up.

    United have put him at the head of their wishlist if David De Gea, 30, or Dean Henderson go this summer.

    Johnstone, 28, who came through the Old Trafford ranks before a £5million move to Albion in 2018, could be tempted to move as his deal is about to enter its final year.

    It could be one in, one out as Arsenal track Jesse Lingard.

    The England midfielder has rejuvenated his career at West Ham following his loan switch in January.

    David Moyes is desperate to make his move a permanent one.

    But SunSport can exclusively reveal how Arsenal are ready to gazump their London rivals.

    Lingard has just 12 months left on his current contract, and ideally United would like him to sign another - if only to ensure they get top dollar should they sell.

    Meanwhile Paul Pogba’s team-mates would be devastated if he left Old Trafford.

    A United source told SunSport how he is a hugely popular figure in the dressing room.

    They said: “Paul may be regarded with suspicion by a lot of the fanbase because of his agent courting other clubs, but there is no doubt where the players stand with him.

    “They recognise he is one of the team’s stars and he is as desperate as they are for the club to be successful again.

    “He is well-liked by all his team-mates and no one wants him to leave.

    “But they also understand if a player is unhappy, it usually leads to his departure.”

  • RICE TRY

    Exclusive: West Ham will tell Manchester United to forget any plans to offer Jesse Lingard as part of a deal to sign Declan Rice.

    The Hammers are desperate to tie Lingard down to a permanent deal at the London Stadium following the success of his loan spell at the club.

    But United want Rice to help provide the base in their midfield to build a team capable of challenging for the Premier League title next season.

    That has led to Old Trafford bosses wondering if they could broker a deal which would see Lingard play a makeweight in an £80million package to take Rice to the North-West.

    Yet West Ham are in no mood to be bullied and want to seal a straight deal for Lingard this summer.

    And they have no intention of their 22-year-old vice-captain being part of any conversations over a transfer.

  • TOP POG

    Exclusive: Paul Pogba is a captain in the Manchester United dressing room and will leave his team-mates devastated if he is sold.

    The French World Cup-winning midfielder has a difficult relationship with fans after his agent repeatedly linked him with a move away.

    But a source said Pogba is hugely popular in the dressing room.

    They said: “Paul may be regarded with suspicion by a lot of the fanbase because of his agent courting other clubs, but there is no doubt where the players stand with him.

    “They recognise he is one of the team’s stars and he is as desperate as they are for the club to be successful again.

    “He is well-liked by all his team-mates and no one wants him to leave.

    “But they also understand if a player is unhappy, it usually leads to his departure.

    "They all hope he will start the next season at Old Trafford.”

  • PLAY IT AGAIN SAM

    Exclusive: Manchester United want to bring keeper Sam Johnstone back from West Brom in a shock swoop.

    Johnstone’s reputation has grown after a stunning campaign with the Baggies, earning him a first senior England call-up.

    United have put him at the head of their wishlist if David De Gea, 30, or Dean Henderson go this summer.

    We revealed the Red Devils would not carry on with both De Gea and Henderson, 24, sharing games in the future.

    Johnstone, 28, who came through the Old Trafford ranks before a £5million move to Albion in 2018, could be tempted to move as his deal is about to enter its final year.

    West Brom might cash in as Johnstone is also one of their top earners.

  • FOR-EVRA

    Even Patrice Evra is getting involved in the 14-year anniversary of Man Utd's 7-1 win over Roma.

    The classic match saw him net his first Champions League goal.

  • PAY FUL PRICE

    Premier League giants Manchester United and Tottenham are both considering a move for on-loan Fulham defender Joachim Andersen, according to reports.

    Parent club Lyon are believed to have slapped a £25million price tag on the 24-year-old.

    According to the Telegraph, Lyon have already received an offer for Andersen from an unnamed Premier League club.

    The French side are rumoured to be in need of the cash and willing to accept around £25m for the player.

    Reports suggest the Denmark international is being monitored by Man Utd, who are set to release Phil Jones in the summer.

  • MAN UTD'S H2H V SPURS

    The last time Spurs did the double over Man Utd in the top flight? The 1989-90 season. 31 years ago.

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  • KANE REMINDER

    A reminder of the story of the day which could potentially have a major impact on Manchester United...

    Tottenham star Harry Kane is going to push for an exit from the club if Spurs fail to qualify for next season’s Champions League.

    That is according to The Athletic, who claim Kane has grown increasinly frustrated with the north Londoners’ lack of silverware and general direction.

    The England captain has said he will clarify his future after this summer’s delayed Euro 2020 competition.

    However, Kane appears reluctant to spend another year outside of Europe’s elite tournament and may have to look for a different club if Tottenham fail to finish in the top four.

    Manchester United have been previously linked with the 27-year-old but Tottenham are not keen on letting their star striker join a Premier League rival

  • TOTTENHAM V MANCHESTER UNITED

    Predictions for tomorrow people?

  • SPECIAL NIGHT

    Who remembers this classic performance from Manchester United as they dispatched Roma 7-1? 14 years ago today.

  • CAV EXIT

    Edinson Cavani is reportedly close to agreeing his Boca Juniors transfer.

    But the deal will only be announced at the end of the season.

    Todo Fichajes claims there is no chance Cavani, 34, will be extending his Manchester United contract this summer.

    After scoring just seven times in 28 games, while also suffering from persistent injuries, Cavani appears to be on the verge of a swift exit.

    Buenos Aires giants Boca Juniors have long been keen on signing the iconic forward, having already poached Marcos Rojo from Old Trafford.

    It’s now said that a deal is close to completion, with Cavani eager to be closer to his family in South America.

  • READY FOR REDEMPTION

    Manchester United were thrashed 6-1 by Spurs before Christmas.

    A LOT has changed since then. Will the Red Devils avenge that horror show with a win over Spurs at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium tomorrow?

  • SET TO STAY

    Manchester United transfer target Paulo Dybala is reportedly set for contract talks with Juventus next month.

    The Red Devils were linked with the attacker in January as reports claimed Dybala, 27, was set for an exit if he did not agree a new deal.

    Talks had stalled between Juventus and Dybala but the two parties are now believed to be ready to sit down to discuss terms.

    And the Argentina international could be offered an £8.7million annual salary to sign, according to Italian newspaper Tuttosport.

    That would represent a £2.1m increase on Dybala's current £6.5m wages , which shows the Old Lady are determined to keep him.

    The development will come as a blow for United, who have had Dybala in their sights as far back as 2019.

  • CAVANI 'UNSURE' ON FUTURE

    Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed his conversations with Edinson Cavani over his future at the club.

    The Uruguayan is out of contract this summer and has been heavily linked with a move to Boca Juniors.

    “I’ve kept in touch with Edi and, of course, we keep an open dialogue,” Solskjaer said.

    “He’s still unsure what he wants to do next season, which I find fine.

    “It’s not been an easy year either for him, or the rest of the world this season, so he still wants to time to make his mind up.”

  • ZLA-ZA LAND

    Former Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic will make his big-screen debut alongside Hollywood A-listers Marion Cotillard and Vincent Cassel, it has been confirmed.

    The legendary Swedish striker, 39, is set to star Ain sterix & Obelix: The Middle Kingdom alongside a host of big-name stars.

    Zlatan will take on the role of Antivirus in the fifth live-action installment of the iconic French kids' book franchise.

    The evergreen AC Milan star is yet to speak out publicly about his film debut.

    However, earlier this week he did tweet out a picture bearing the name 'Antivirus' - his character in the Asterix & Obelix movie.

    Reports claim the film has been given a whopping £52million budget.

  • BRUCEY BONUS

    It was 28 years ago today that Man Utd legend Steve Bruce netted here...

  • VAN DE PLAN

    Manchester United are ready to end Donny van de Beek's nightmare as they eye a swap deal for Adrien Rabiot, according to reports.

    The Dutch midfielder, 23, arrived from Ajax last summer in a £39million, five-year deal.

    But it has not worked out as expected with just two Premier League starts.

    Now Tuttosport in Italy state the Old Trafford club are looking to ship Van de Beek out - and bring Rabiot in instead.

  • HURRY FOR HARRY

    So, after the news that Harry Kane is set to leave Spurs if they don't qualify for the Champions League this season, do Manchester United swiftly make a move for the England captain.

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men have been linked with a move for the Tottenham man for some time. Is this the moment to strike?

    Daniel Levy will reportedly make the Red Devils fork out £120million if they are to secure his services. Worth it?

  • TITLE BID ALIVE?

    Are Manchester United still in with an outside chance of the Premier League title?

    Man City's defeat to Leeds mean the Red Devils have two games in hand and could potentially close the gap to eight points if they win both of them.

    It's highly, highly unlikely. But possible?

  • LUKING GOOD

    Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer substituted Luke Shaw on Thursday's Europa League win over Granada at half-time.

    There were concerns that Shaw was dealing with an injury ahead of Sunday's clash at Tottenham.

    However, Solskjaer confirmed that it was just a precautionary measure.

    He said: "“I had to protect Luke. But I think and hope he should be okay for the weekend”

  • NO CHANCE

    Paul Merson was very critical of Manchester United's opponents on Sunday as he claimed Tottenham have no chance of finishing in the Premier League top four.

    Merson told Sky Sports: "I don't give them a chance of reaching the top four. I just can't see them putting five or six wins together.

    "They go to Newcastle, who are struggling like mad, and all of a sudden it has opened up for them. Chelsea have been beaten, Leicester have been beaten and Spurs had a chance to stamp their authority on the race for the top four.

    "But they go to St James' Park and it was never comfortable for them. I never sat watching the game thinking Spurs have definitely won this. It just wasn't like that.

    "That's why I can't see them stringing enough wins together. They do tend to shoot themselves in the foot. They've got that inconsistency about them"

  • FRANK STATEMENT

    Recently departed Chelsea manager Frank Lampard revealed that he tried to sign West Ham ace Declan Rice in the summer transfer window.

    Rice was among Manchester United's top targets in the summer but the talented midfielder ultimately stayed with the Hammers where he continues to impress.

    Lampard said during Q&A for the Willow Foundation: “I have probably given it away with how I spoke about him, but I think it’s common knowledge that I was a big fan of his.

    “It didn’t happen for various reasons, but we brought in a lot of players in the summer. But I was a big fan of him.

    “For understandable reasons, West Ham know the player that they have on their hands”

  • NEVE-S SAY NO

    Manchester United have added Wolves star Ruben Neves to their summer transfer list.

    That is according to 90Min, who claim that the Wolverhampton outfit is prepared to sell their star midfielder.

    Wolves are facing the prospect of having to let a handful of stars go because parent company Fosun are looking to restructure their commitment to the club.

    That is why super agent Jorge Mendes has been instructed to find potential buyers that will meet Wolves' asking prices for some of their top Portuguese players.

    Neves appears to be one of them and although United are keeping an eye on potential midfield acquisitions they are still prioritising a centre-back and a winger

  • KYLING TIME

    Paris Saint-Germain sensation Kylian Mbappe has been linked with a host of Europe's top hitters ahead of the summer transfer window.

    Reports suggest that Manchester United are among them, although the Red Devils appear to be prioritising a new centre-back and a winger.

    Mbappe is reportedly stalling over a new contract with PSG as his current deal runs out in 2022.

    According to Cuatro, however, the star striker wants to join Real Madrid

Football news:

Griezmann spoke with Hamilton and visited the Mercedes boxes at the Spanish Grand Prix
Barcelona feels that Neymar used it. He said that he wanted to return, but extended his contract with PSG (RAC1)
Aubameyang to the Arsenal fans: We wanted to give you something good. I am sorry that we could not
Atletico did not lose at the Camp Nou. Busquets' injury is the turning point of the match (and the championship race?)
Verratti injured his knee ligaments in PSG training. Participation in the Euro is still in question
Neymar's contract in one picture. Mbappe wants the same one
Manchester United would like to sign Bellingham in the summer, not Sancho. Borussia do not intend to sell Jude