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MANCHESTER UNITED manager Erik ten Hag has spoken about Mason Greenwood with a decision on the suspended star set to be "made in days".

The striker, 21, has not played for the club since he was arrested in January last year.

A decision on his future at the Red Devils is said to be made within days.

Elsewhere, Rasmus Hojlund will be unveiled as a Manchester United player this week, according to reports.

The forward will join the Red Devils for £72million from Italian side Atalanta.

And we have the very latest on the takeover saga surrounding Manchester United.


Stay up to date with all the latest from Old Trafford…

  • By Ian Tuckey

    Onana snubbed Prem rivals for Red Devils

    Andre Onana rejected offers from two Premier League teams before reuniting with mentor Erik ten Hag.

    The Cameroonian keeper finally joined Manchester United from Inter Milan for £47.2million last month after weeks of negotiations.

    According to Onana’s agent Albert Botines, both Tottenham and Chelsea had meetings regarding the goalie’s future back in April.

    He told Calciomercato: “It all started a few months ago, towards April, many inquired about the player.

    “Tottenham have asked for information. Chelsea have had a very strong interest. There were meetings in London and Chelsea also met with Inter, but Ten Hag was key.

    “We are looking forward to facing great managers like Guardiola and trying to win titles with Manchester United. We have a great desire to excel.”

  • By Ian Tuckey

    Sofyan unclear over his future

    Manchester United 'target' Sofyan Amrabat is coy about his future.

    The Morocco midfielder, 26, has also been linked with Liverpool and Chelsea.

    But transfer guru Fabrizio Romano report the Morocco star as saying: "I don’t know if I’m leaving … maybe I can stay here at Fiorentina."

  • By Rosie O'Leary

    Six-packed off from Old Trafford?

    Manchester United desperately need to offload players in order to secure their top targets this summer.

    The Red Devils have already parted ways with David De Gea, Anthony Elanga and Alex Telles permanently this summer.

    But the big-money signings of Mason Mount and Andre Onana have left United with just £13million of their £120m summer budget left.

    In order for United to comply with FFP rules and bring in other stars,several more current players might have to go.

    Time is not on their side with just under a month left until the transfer window closes.



  • By Jack Figg

    '3-day wait to seal Rasmus move'

    Manchester United might have to wait three more days to clinch Rasmus Hojlund's £72million move from Atalanta.

    The Manchester Evening News suggest the Danish striker arrived later than planned today – putting back United's schedule.

    The 20-year-old flew into Manchester Airport at 4.15pm and was due to meet some supporters and conduct obligations around his transfer this evening.

    But that was cancelled as the Red Devils chose to focus on his medical.

    The club may now look to make the announcement on the weekend around the home friendly against Lens at 12.45pm on Saturday. 

    United will pay Atalanta an initial fee of £64million with a further £8m potentially coming via add-ons.

  • By Ian Tuckey

    Black Cats pounce on Bishop

    Sunderland have reportedly signed Manchester United keeper Nathan Bishop on a three-year deal.

    The former SouthendUnited star, 23, has always been well down the pecking order at Old Trafford.

    Bishop won a single England Under-20 cap four years ago.

  • By Ian Tuckey

    Hojlund deal DELAYED

    DELAYED: Rasmus Hojlund's big-money move to Manchester United has been delayed.

    A new announcement date is set to be revealed.

    More details to follow.

  • By Ian Tuckey

    Utd and Liverpool ponder next move on Lavia

    Manchester United and Liverpool are locked in a battle of wits ove Romeo Lavia.

    The Belgium midfielder, 19, seems sure to depart Southampton following relegation.

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    Arsenal and Chelsea have also reportedly shown interest.

    But United might need to sell before they can bid anywhere near the Saint's £50million valuation.

    And Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has major questions over his midfield.

    The Reds struggled through the centre last season before losing experienced anchormen Fabinho and Jordan Henderson to Saudi Arabian big-spenders last month.

  • By Ian Tuckey

    Atalanta 'cracked' on Rasmus fee

    Manchester United have had to compromise over Rasmus Hojlund – but it's Atalanta who have "cracked".

    That's the claim from the Manchester Evening News after a transfer fee eventually worth £72million was reportedly agreed for the 20-year-old striker.

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    It's thought the Red Devils went into negotiations with a £60m limit – while Atalanta demanded around £77m.

    Now, though, the Serie A club have backed down.

    But add-ons could take the fee to just £5m short of their valuation.

  • By Ian Tuckey

    Hammers still eyeing McTominay

    Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay is still on West Ham's radar.

    Hammers' boss David Moyes ideally wants Southampton’s England ace as the replacement for £105million Declan Rice.

    But Moyes is unwilling to offer more than £25million – £15m below the Saints' valuation.

    That leaves Scotland star McTominay as a prime alternative.

  • By Cosmo Teare

    Manchester United look to offload EIGHT players

    Manchester United will need to offload eight players in order to make new signings, according to reports.

    The Manchester Evening News reports that United need to make room in their squad if they are to sign the likes of Sofyan Amrabat.

    On the list of players to clear out are: Eric Bailly, Dean Henderson, Donny Van De Beek, Brandon Williams, Fred, Harry Maguire, Hannibal and Scott McTominay.

    Fred has attracted interest from the likes of Gakatasaray and Fulham but his asking price is proving to be causing issues.

    United have dropped their Fred asking price from £17.2million to £12.9m as a result.

  • By Cosmo Teare

    Ten Hag advises youngster

    Erik Ten Hag has reportedly advised Manchester United youngster Facundo Pellistri to join FC Twente on loan this summer.

    The Argentinian reportedly has loan offers from Boca Juniors and FC Twente on the table.

    The 21-year-old Uruguayan has impressed in pre-season this season – and has so far made 10 senior appearances for the Red Devils.

    Ten Hag started his playing career at Twente and believes the Dutch league is the right place for Pellistri to hone his game.

  • By Cosmo Teare

    Leeds express interest in forgotten star

    Leeds have expressed an in interest in Manchester United full-back Brandon Williams.

    Williams, 22, has impressed for United this pre-season and some were speculating that he could be a useful rotation asset for the team this year.

    But Leeds boss Daniel Farke is keen on the left-back and the club will explore a deal for the United academy product.

    Farke has worked with Williams before, managing him while the full-back was on loan at Norwich in the 2021-22 season.

  • By Etienne Fermie

    Tottenham interested in Manchester United target

    Spurs are reportedly willing to enter the race for highly rated Gent striker Gift Orban.

    Orban, 21, has attracted interest from both Chelsea and United this summer and Spurs see him as a potential Kane replacement if the forward was to join Bayern Munich.

    The report in Belgian outlet Het Nieuwsblad says Spurs are impressed by Orban's goalscoring exploits that saw him score 22 goals in 24 games for Gent last season.

    He has started this season with a bang too, scoring two goals in his two games so far.

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  • By Cosmo Teare

    Fred will '100% leave' this summer

    Manchester United are set on selling midfielder Fred this summer.

    The Red Devils have dropped their asking price from £17.2million to £12.9m in a bid to resolve the midfielder's situation quickly.

    Fabrizio Romano reports that a deal will be difficult with Galatasaray, who now look to be prioritising Tottenham's Tanguy N'Dombele.

    Fulham also retain an interest in the 30-year-old but he would have to take a wage reduction in order to join the Cottagers.

  • By Cosmo Teare

    Evans may stay

    Jonny Evans may stay at Manchester United ahead of the upcoming season.

    The veteran Northern Ireland defender was signed to bolster numbers on a short-term contract this season.

    He impressed on the club's pre-season tour and may be retained as the club looks to expand its strength in depth in the backline.

    Fabrizio Romano reports that a decision on Evans' future will take place later this month.

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  • By Cosmo Teare

    United Amrabat's priority

    Alfredo Pedulla reports that Manchester United has only ever been Sofyan Amrabat's "number one priority".

    The report comes after quotes emerged from Fiorentina's camp that Amrabat would be open to staying with La Viola.

    United have tracked the Morocco star throughout the summer and will seek to capture the Fiorentina captain after they confirm the signature of Rasmus Hojlund.

    Amrabat will cost the Red Devils around £25million.

  • By Cosmo Teare

    Van De Beek could leave

    Donny Van De Beek could leave Manchester United this summer.

    The midfielder was signed from Ajax in 2020 after being one of the jewels in Ajax's team that made it to the 2019 Champions League semi-finals.

    He has never really settled at United however, and spent the second half of the 2021-22 season on loan at Everton.

    There were hopes that he could reignite his United career after being reunited with former manager Erik Ten Hag but spent much of last season injured.

    Despite making appearances in a number of United's pre-season games this summer, he will be allowed to leave if the right offer comes in.

    Fabrizio Romano reports that Real Sociedad have contacted United over a possible deal for the Dutchman.

  • By Cosmo Teare

    Fred asking price

    Manchester United have dropped their asking price for midfielder Fred, according to Alfredo Pedulla.

    United initially wanted £17.2million for the Brazilian but are now prepared to let him go for just £12.9m.

    Fred has attracted interest from Fulham and Galatasaray.

    Erik Ten Hag is keen to sell the midfielder after he fell down the pecking order behind Casemiro and Christian Eriksen,

    His sale is expected to help finance a move for Sofyan Amrabat.

  • By Cosmo Teare

    Fake Quotes

    Fabrizio Romano reports that the quotes suggesting Sofyan Amrabat would be willing to stay at Fiorentina are fake.

    He wrote in a tweet: "I've been told from very very reliable sources that Amrabat didn't say yesterday that he could stay at Fiorentina.

    "The quote is fake. Amrabat wants to go. He wants to leave and play for United. He said yes to United already."

    The transfer fee for Amrabat is likely to be around £25million.

  • By Cosmo Teare

    Decision on Mason Greenwood's future 'in days'.

    A decision on Mason Greenwood's future is expected in the coming days.

    Fabrizio Romano reports that Erik Ten Hag will be involved in the decision over the forward's future.

    The club will decide whether to reintegrate Greenwood into the squad, loan him out or move to a complete sale.

    Greenwood is free to play for the club again after charges of attempted rape, assault and coercive behaviour against him were dropped by the Crown Prosecution Service.

    Ten Hag spoke on Greenwood's future during United's pre-season tour of the US.

    He said: "On this, it's a club decision and of course, I said my opinions but it's a club decision and we have to accept that."

  • By Cosmo Teare

    Rock On

    Andre Onana's agent Albert Botines has said Andre Onana only ever wanted to join United, despite interest from other clubs.

    He said: “Towards April, many clubs inquired about Andre.

    "Tottenham have asked for information, Chelsea have had a very strong interest.

    "But Erik ten Hag was key of this deal. We are looking forward to win titles with United. We have a great desire to rock.”

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  • By Cosmo Teare

    Amrabat latest

    Transfer guru Fabrizio Romano has quashed reports that Sofyan Amrabat wants to stay at Fiorentina.

    Quotes emerged last night that Amrabat was being coy on his future and open to another season as Fiorentina captain.

    But Romano says that he has already agreed personal terms with United and has his heart set on a move.

    United seem set to offer around £21.5million for the midfielder.

  • By Cosmo Teare

    Hojlund announcement imminent

    Fabrizio Romano reports that Manchester United's £72million transfer of Rasmus Hojlund will be announced shortly.

    The 20-year-old Dane flew to Manchester yesterday to complete his medical.

    He has since completed his official media duties ahead of being unveiled as a United player.

    The club is expected to announce the transfer imminently.

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  • By Cosmo Teare

    Amrabat plays it cool

    Manchester United target Sofyan Amrabat has been coy amid links over a move to the Red Devils.

    The Moroccan missed a pre-season trip to Belgrade for Fiorentina's friendly with Red Star last week which sparked rumours of a move being imminent.

    But he has since played for the club in a friendly against Serie D side Grosetto.

    He said after the game: "I don’t know if I’m leaving… maybe I can stay here at Fiorentina."

    "I don’t know if I’m leaving… maybe I can stay here at Fiorentina."

    Sofyan AmrabatDaily Mail

  • By Jack Figg

    All for Wan

    Diogo Dalot is relishing the battle between him at Aaron Wan-Bissaka for a spot in the starting XI.

    Dalot said: “In each position, we have at least two players who can play and start.

    “I like this type of competition. I have a good team-mate [Wan-Bissaka], which motivates me even more to raise the level and fight for the job.”

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