Manchester United transfer news today, live! Latest reports and updates

Manchester United transfer news: Manchester United transfer news is always a crowded industry in the summer months, and this summer will see it in full volume as new manager Erik ten Hag looks to speed up the Red Devils’ return to the table.

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Former Ajax and PEC boss Zwolle has focused on United’s return to the UEFA Champions League as soon as possible, and his beleaguered unit will need plenty of upgrades to move from sixth to the top four after finishing 13 points behind Spurs. Last season.

There will be no consultation for Ralf Rangnick, at least not anymore, and perhaps that is a good thing after the interim manager of Manchester United has achieved very little and his side arguably quit their seasonal targets weeks before the end of the season. Rangnick now runs the Austrian national team.

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Below we round up the latest deals, reports and rumors and offer our analysis of the Manchester United transfer news as Joe Prince-Wright (JPW), Nicolas Mendola (NM) and Andy Edwards (AE) will guide you through the next few hectic months.


Manchester United confirmed 2022-23 transfers and signings

in

none (yet)

Outside

Paul Pogba (end of contract)
Juan Mata (end of contract)
Edinson Cavani (end of contract)
Jesse Lingard (end of contract)
Lee Grant (end of contract)
Nemanja Matic (end of contract)


Manchester United transfer news today, live!

June 10 – Opening bid for Frenkie de Jong rejected

According to Fabrizio Romano, Barcelona rejected an offer from Manchester United to buy Frenkie de Jong. The Dutch midfielder says he is happy to stay at Barcelona but the Spanish giants need to cut costs to bring in new players this summer and Frenkie de Jong appears to be their most valuable asset. This will be the epic of summer.

June 10 – The Red Devils confirmed their departure from the higher side, the academy

Manchester United have confirmed that Edinson Cavani, Lee Grant, Jesse Lingard, Juan Mata, Nemanja Matic and Paul Pogba have all departed as their contracts expire. Three academic productions will leave as D’Mani Mellor, Reece Devine and Connor Stanley each have their contracts expired. Paul McShane will continue his role as coach after retiring from playing, while young goalkeeper Paul Woolston was forced to retire in March due to injury but United said he “continues to remain in close contact with the club as he begins the next phase of his career”.

You can already hear United fans saying ‘Here are the departures, where are the next?’ Rome wasn’t built in a day, you guys.


June 9 – Manchester United have an interest in Oxlade-Chamberlain

There haven’t been many Liverpool transfers to Manchester United over the years, but Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is said to be “desperate” to leave Anfield and the Red Devils are interested in the player.

That is if Liverpool are considering paying a lower fee for the 28-year-old, who came with Southampton before moving to Arsenal. He scored three times with three assists in just over 1500 minutes for Liverpool.

The Bull has barely seen any minutes once the calendar turns to 2022 and United will need help in midfield. Could a $15 million purchase be a smart, relatively low-risk, rewarding thing from United? (nautical mile)


June 8 – Ibrahim Sancar to Man United, Chelsea

Eindhoven midfielder Ibrahim Sancar has been linked with Manchester United and Chelsea in reports that the warrior midfielder is planning to be in the Premier League next season.

Sangare, 24, has a release clause of $44 million and three years left on PSV Eindhoven’s contract, having moved from then-Second Division Toulouse at the start of the 2020-21 season.

He scored the third highest number of tackles in the Eredivisie last season with 95 percent and the third most interceptions with 74, scoring three goals while passing the ball nearly 87 percent. (nautical mile)


June 1 – Paul Pogba leaves Manchester United

As expected, Paul Pogba will leave United on a free transfer (for the second time) this summer. Pogba, 29, signed with United from Juventus in 2016 for a then-world record fee of $112 million. However, after winning the League Cup and the Europa League in his first season at Old Trafford, Pogba failed to help United secure more trophies and only showed glimpses of his brilliance. Injuries did not help the France international midfielder, and Jose Mourinho, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and then Ralf Rangnick were appointed as United were unable to put together a successful team around him. Despite all that, his second spell at United will eventually turn out to be a fiasco.

United confirmed his departure and said the following: “Everyone at the club would like to congratulate Paul on his successful career, and thank him for his contributions to Manchester United. We wish him all the best in the next steps on a wonderful journey.”

Pogba has been linked with moves to Real Madrid, Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain as a free agent and recent reports suggest a return to Juventus is very likely for the World Cup winner. (JPW)


June 1 – Frenkie de Jong to United?

Fabrizio Romano reports that United are in talks with Barcelona over a potential $91 million deal for Frenkie de Jong. The Dutch midfielder, 25, wants to stay at Barcelona and wants to play in the Champions League, but his former Ajax coach, Erik ten Hag, is now coaching United. De Jong will be United’s main man in midfield and with Barcelona having to cut costs if they want to bring in the likes of Robert Lewandowski this summer, it looks like Frenkie de Jong might be an asset they won’t want to sell but they should. (JPW)


May 31 – Ajax’s Joren Timber

Erik ten Hag has been linked to a number of former Ajax players, and young central defender Jorian Timber is discussing his future in the face of interest from Man United. The 20-year-old Timber is a world-class passer from behind and is exceptional with the ball at his feet in possession, making his way into promising positions on the field. He is also a brave blocker and brave in pressing the ball.

“In the end, my gut feeling will be the deciding factor,” Timber said across the subway. “The picture has to be right. You can go to a big club. But if you are not going to play there, it is better to stay with Ajax. Ajax is also a big club.”

Timber ranks 13th in the Eredivisie when it comes to tackles, and ranks 18th in interceptions. Those numbers are impressive considering the number of times Ajax caught the ball: 62 percent of the time. (nautical mile)

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