11am Man Utd transfer news LIVE: Jadon Sancho could join this month, Sergio Ramos 'contacted', Pogba exit LATEST

MANCHESTER UNITED are back in the hunt for top target Jadon Sancho and could sign him as soon as this month.

The Red Devils have also reportedly made contact with Sergio Ramos.

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  • Joshua Jones

    GOING AMAD

    Amad Diallo could make his Manchester United debut in a matter of weeks.

    The 18-year-old is getting to grips with life at Old Trafford after completing a £37million move from Atalanta.

    Despite only making two substitute appearances back in Italy, Diallo could be handed a United debut sooner rather than later.

    When asked if the winger's bow could come in the next four or five weeks, Solskjaer told reporters: "It might be quicker than that.

    "I can't see it being too long until he's in the squad.”

  • Joshua Jones

    TOP DOG

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer thanked the Manchester United board for sticking with him on his long-term plan to get the club back on course for the title, writes Neil Custis.

    Now for the first time since Sir Alex Ferguson bowed out with the Premier League trophy in 2013 there is a real belief the title can return to Old Trafford.

    The reboot, derided in some quarters in times of trouble, has kicked the club’s detractors into touch.

    Solskjaer said: “Everyone in football, or in life really, who wants to be successful knows that continuity and consistency has to be there to be successful in the end.

    “If the plan is good and the people you bring in have filled the criteria…

    “Hopefully I have proven that I can help the club going forwards and, personally, I have felt very strong backing and leadership from the club, which has made the journey that we’ve been on — ups and downs — clear.

    “We have always sat down and had a long-term view on it. It is up to every club how they run the team but sometimes consistency and patience will be rewarded.”

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  • Joshua Jones

    ALL JAMMED UP

    Manchester United are looking to swoop for 17-year-old sensation Jamal Musiala, according to reports.

    The former Chelsea youngster is in talks with Bayern Munich over a new contract but negotiations are said to have stalled.

    Attacking midfielder Musiala is after a whopping £100,000-a-week contract despite his tender years, according to Goal.

    And his demands are said to have caused a deadlock – with the German giants unwilling to cough up.

    Musiala is still on a youth contract which doesn't expire until summer 2022.

    But having broken several records with the Bavarians, if an agreement cannot be reached, a summer transfer looks likely.

    Liverpool and Manchester City are also said to be keeping tabs on the situation.

  • sstreet

    RAM RAID

    Manchester United have been in contact with Sergio Ramos, according to reports.

    Journalist Ian McGarry told The Transfer Window podcast: “Sergio’s brother has told them (Real Madrid) that Manchester United have been in contact."

  • sstreet

    'INHERENTLY POSSIBLE'

    Jadon Sancho could join Manchester United this month, claims The Athletic's Raphael Honigstein.

    But the German journalist added that a summer deal would be more likely.

    He told The Transfer Talk podcast: "Everybody in Dortmund knows nothing will happen in January.

    "The player is not agitating for a move, there’s a very clear agreement that transfers of that magnitude at Dortmund will only happen in the summer.

    “There was a big transfer announced in January a couple of years ago. That was Christian Pulisic [to Chelsea]. But remember, even his deal was the deal for the summer.

    “So no one’s stopping United, if they went out, and felt really confident, to say, ‘let’s do this deal now, let’s make sure we get in now’. And maybe then announce it at the end of January. That’s inherently possible.

    “We just haven’t seen or heard anything to suggest that they are indeed ready and willing to come back to that negotiation at the moment. I think everyone at Dortmund is under no illusions that the player wants to leave.”

  • Joshua Jones

    LEICESTER GO TOP

    Leicester's 2-0 win over Chelsea last night was bad news for United.

    The victory took the Foxes on to 38 points from 19 matches and top of the Premier League.

    However, United can reclaim that spot with victory tonight.

    A draw, though, will leave them behind Leicester on goal difference – and Manchester City can also get to 38 points if they Aston Villa this evening.

  • Joshua Jones

    IT'S MATCHDAY

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men are back in action tonight.

    They take on Fulham at Craven Cottage with kick-off at 8.15pm.

    We will have plenty of build-up right here throughout the day so stay tuned…

  • William Pugh

    GOOD MORNING RED DEVILS FANS

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer thanked the Manchester United board for sticking with him on his long-term plan to get the club back on course for the title.

    He said: “Hopefully I have proven that I can help the club going forwards and, personally, I have felt very strong backing and leadership from the club, which has made the journey that we’ve been on — ups and downs — clear.

    “We have always sat down and had a long-term view on it. It is up to every club how they run the team but sometimes consistency and patience will be rewarded.”

    Meanwhile, United will have to wait until the spring to re-commence talks over Jadon Sancho, it has been claimed.

    German journalist Raphael Honigstein has told Sky Sports that a move in January is off the table.

    Instead clubs could reportedly begin negotiations in the spring for a switch at the end of the season.

    Borussia Dortmund are seen as unlikely to lower their valuation of the 20-year-old with two-and-a-half-years left on his contract.

    Finally, Solskjaer admits Amad Diallo is nearly ready to make his Man Utd debut.

    The boss said: “It might be quicker than that (five weeks). I can’t see it being too long until he’s in the squad.

    “He’s definitely settled down well. The players have taken to him, he’s a good character, polite, smiley boy who works really hard.

    “He’s doing his sessions and getting used to us. There’s always a period of adjustment needed but he’s settling in well.

    “He can handle the ball, he’s enjoyed training and he makes a difference in training, which is quite remarkable at his age.”

  • Anthony Chapman

    EXCLUSIVE BY CHARLIE WYETT

    Amad Diallo will have his first name on the back of his No 19 shirt at Manchester United.

    A £37million arrival, Diallo is his middle name as Traore is the surname on his passport.

    The former Atalanta winger has dropped Traore because of an unsettling story alleging child trafficking.

    READ THE REST OF OUR EXCLUSIVE HERE

  • Anthony Chapman

    TOP DOG

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer thanked the Manchester United board for sticking with him on his long-term plan to get the club back on course for the title.

    He said: “Everyone in football, or in life really, who wants to be successful knows that continuity and consistency has to be there to be successful in the end.

    “If the plan is good and the people you bring in have filled the criteria…

    “Hopefully I have proven that I can help the club going forwards and, personally, I have felt very strong backing and leadership from the club, which has made the journey that we’ve been on — ups and downs — clear.

    “We have always sat down and had a long-term view on it. It is up to every club how they run the team but sometimes consistency and patience will be rewarded.”

  • Anthony Chapman

    PREDICTED XI

    Man Utd could welcome Edinson Cavani back into the line-up for Wednesday's clash with Fulham.

    Eric Bailly and Nemanja Matic are also hoping for recalls as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looks to rotate his side.

    But the likes of Alex Telles and Dean Henderson may have to settle for places on the bench.

  • Anthony Chapman

    RO YOUR BOAT

    Boca Juniors have offered a two-year contract to Man Utd outcast Marcos Rojo.

    Argentine paper Ole claims the defender is wanted in Buenos Aires as the Red Devils look to offload him this month.

    Boca believe they have a verbal agreement with Rojo, but rivals Estudiantes are also said to be in the running and are adamant the centre-back is yet to make a decision.

  • Anthony Chapman

    ODE TO JOY

    Martin Odegaard has reportedly put Premier League clubs on red alert after telling Real Madrid he wants to leave.

    Marca claims the Norwegian ace is furious over his lack of minutes this term despite starring on loan at Real Sociedad last term.

    Odegaard has told Zinedine Zidane he wants to leave the Bernabeu as soon as possible.

    And that could spark an epic transfer battle between England's top clubs for one of world football’s top-rated playmakers.

  • Anthony Chapman

    AMAD FOR IT

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admits Amad Diallo is nearly ready to make his Man Utd debut.

    The boss said: "It might be quicker than that (five weeks). I can't see it being too long until he's in the squad.

    "He's definitely settled down well. The players have taken to him, he's a good character, polite, smiley boy who works really hard.

    "He's doing his sessions and getting used to us. There's always a period of adjustment needed but he's settling in well.

    "He can handle the ball, he's enjoyed training and he makes a difference in training, which is quite remarkable at his age."

  • Anthony Chapman

    TELLY TROUBLE

    Prem clubs have been hit with an £86m legal threat as they meet for the first time in five weeks.

    The 20 clubs voted to dump Chinese broadcaster PPTV in October after the company reneged on the first £160m payment due under their three-year deal.

    A legal case and claim of £165m was lodged at London’s Commercial Court as the League found a short-term replacement for this season.

    But now PPTV had countersued, claiming £86m in damages and alleging they had “suffered huge loss, including lost advertising revenue, membership revenue and so on” as a result of the three-month Covid shutdown last term.

    PPTV also insist they paid £128m in advance – a claim denied by the Prem – and accused the League of inconsistency in its business approach.

    A PPTV spokesman said: “The Premier League seems to have adopted a double standard and treated a domestic UK broadcaster differently from a Chinese broadcaster. 

    “We have made our best efforts to reach a compromise, but we have been left with no choice but to take legal action.”

    Prem chiefs were unmoved by the legal threat and are likely to confirm the confidence of their legal stance at the “shareholder” meeting.

  • Anthony Chapman

    MED OVER HEELS

    Man United are reportedly lining up a move for Lens' talented young defender Facundo Medina.

    The Argentine centre back has impressed in France since swapping his homeland for Ligue 1 in a £2.7million move from Talleres last summer.

    According to La Voix du Nord, via Sport Witness, United are 'very serious' about signing the 21-year-old.

    The report adds that the Red Devils could 'rapidly and officially' launch an £11m offer to land Medina.

    United could then tempt Lens with the possibility of sending the defender back on loan to the Ligue 1 club for the rest of the season.

    Yet the chances of Medina of leaving Lens this month are said to be slim despite pursuit from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side.

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  • Anthony Chapman

    LET’S CHO AGAIN

    Man United will have to wait until the spring to re-commence talks over Jadon Sancho, it has been claimed.

    German journalist Raphael Honigstein has told Sky Sports that a move in January is off the table.

    Instead clubs could reportedly begin negotiations in the spring for a switch at the end of the season.

    Borussia Dortmund are seen as unlikely to lower their valuation of the 20-year-old with two-and-a-half-years left on his contract.

    The transfer fee, agent payments and wages were all thought to be behind last summer's move failing.

    And Sancho is happy to focus on Dortmund matters amid the rumours.

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