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To see our content at its best we recommend upgrading if you wish to continue using IE or using another browser such as Firefox, Safari or Google Chrome. Manchester United transfer news and rumours Having shipped out one Argentina World Cup runner-up in Angel Di MarA­a and bought another in Sergio Romero, Louis van Gaal is preparing to return to the team that knocked his Holland side out in the semi-final in Brazil with a A?17.5m bid for the Lazio midfielder Lucas Biglia according to the Sun.
Sam Johnstone's hopes of signing a permanent deal with Preston North End have been dashed after he discovered his loan at the club would not be extended. Preston wanted to sign Johnstone permanently from United but have instead brought in former United goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard on loan from West Brom after Louis van Gaal recalled their 22-year-old stopper, reports the Manchester Evening News.
Johnstone made his final Preston appearance in the 3-1 defeat to Brentford at Deepdale on Saturday but now faces months on the Old Trafford sidelines behind David de Gea and Sergio Romero.
Louis van Gaal will give the young left-back a new A?10,000-a-week deal this week, according to the Daily Mirror.
That figure would represent a 500 per cent pay rise for the England Under-19 man, who reportedly earns around A?2,000 a week at the moment. Borthwick-Jackson has impressed in recent weeks, breaking into the first team and impressing in the 1-0 win over Liverpool at Anfield a week ago.
It looks like he will be given an extended run in the United side with Ashley Young ruled out for up to three months after undergoing groin surgery.
First-choice left back Luke Shaw is a long-term casualty after his double leg break in September, while Marcos Rojo is recovering from shoulder surgery. Valdes played two times for United, once as a substitute against Arsenal and the other from the start in the final game of last season against Hull, in which he kept a cleansheet. It's the transfer rumour that won't go away, but new reports suggest James Rodriguez's move to Old Trafford has moved a great deal closer. Manchester United have been in talks over signing the Real Madrid forward, according to the Daily Express. The Spanish side are facing the prospect of being banned from signing anyone in the next two transfer windows but it appears they could be prepared to sacrifice the unsettled 24-year-old Colombian international. Super agent Jorge Mendes is looking after Rodriguez and the reports claim that he has been in talks with a number of interested parties including Manchester United.
Madrid signed Rodriguez from Monaco in July 2014 for a fee of A?63million and would likely demand a similar package if United are to land the player.
Louis van Gaal's club have been linked with a A?60m move for teenage Benfica midfielder Renato Sanches with a possible move touted to take place this month.
Sanches has scored twice in 11 league appearances in the Portuguese top flight, the teenager has also netted three goals in six Champions League games.
Asked his thoughts on the rumours, former United striker Michael Owen said he wasn't surprised to hear of such a big transfer fee. Meanwhile it has been reported that United knew four months ago that they would not be able to make Pep Guardiola their new manager this summer. According to the Sunday People Old Trafford chief Ed Woodward was told in September that a gentleman’s agreement for Guardiola to join rivals Manchester City was believed to have been struck.

Guardiola revealed in December that he would be leaving Bayern Munich at the end of the season, prompting much speculation about where he would move to next. However, the reports suggest that a senior Old Trafford official knew Guardiola would not be staying in Germany long before that and was aware of where Guardiola was heading. Although City were not directly mentioned, it is clear United knew that was his destination. However, the Gunners have a clear advantage over their rivals after claims Mbappe would rather join Arsene Wenger at the Emirates.The versatile forward, who can play anywhere across the front line, is out of contract in June having failed to agree an extension with Monaco. Mbappe has quickly risen to prominence after making his senior debut in December and his now considered on of France's hottest prospects.The teenager also provided an assist during Monaco's Europa League defeat to Tottenham.
ARSENE WENGER has hit back at claims he has been forced to panic buy before the transfer window slams shut on Wednesday. LIVERPOOL have made an ?11m bid for Borussia Dortmund’s teenage sensation Christian Pulisic.
Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano has revealed that Juventus have no plans of offloading Paul Pogba during the January transfer window, despite rumours to the contrary. The powerhouse midfielder was heavily linked with a move away from Turin during the summer, with a host of European heavyweights understood to be keen on the ex-Manchester United star.
However, while Pogba remained with the Old Lady of Italian football beyond the summer, rumours linking him with a January switch have not ceased. Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain, Chelsea, Real Madrid and United—genuine giants of the European game—have all been linked to the France international, with some reports indicating that Juve already had a deal in place to cash in on Pogba.
However, in his editorial with Calciomercato [via Le 10 Sport], Sky Italia pundit Romano has given an update on the midfielder. Will Romano’s revelations lead to speculation in the midfielder’s future ending, or will the journalist’s update that nothing has been agreed for Pogba lead to one or two clubs attempting to move for the box-to-box star. REAL MADRID have not given up on signing Manchester United target Paul Pogba as they prepare a bid for Leicester's N'Golo Kante, according to reports. Brooklyn Beckham, left, has followed in father David's footsteps, signing his first professional football contract. Arsenal have reportedly stolen a march on their rivals and signed 15-year-old Brooklyn Beckham on a short-term deal. The Daily Star reports that the Gunners have snapped up the son of English icon David Beckham ahead of his father's former club Manchester United and cross-city rivals Chelsea.
An unnamed Arsenal source told the paper: "Brooklyn is talented and he has stood out in all of the training sessions and games he has played.
The chances of Beckham playing in Arsenal's first team anytime soon are slim to none, but a quick glance at the fixture list tells TT that the Gunners' next Premier League match is at home to Louis van Gaal's side. Young Beckham isn't the only player who has apparently opted to choose the Emirates over Old Trafford. World Cup winning centre-back Mats Hummels has been linked with a move to Manchester United for so long that most readers would be forgiven for thinking that it was already a done deal.

Imagine Louis van Gaal's surprise then, when he opens up his Daily Express today and finds out that Hummels is only interested in joining one English based team -- Arsenal. Hummels is currently sidelined with a foot injury, but it's believed that Arsene Wenger is willing to shell out 30 million pounds for the Dortmund defender in January. Judging by Sunday's calamitous 2-1 defeat to Swansea, the transfer window can't come soon enough for the ailing North London club. After turning in yet another impressive performance for CSKA Moscow in the Champions League, Seydou Doumbia is starting to attract some serious interest from the likes of Liverpool and Chelsea. Metro says that Brendan Rodgers sent scouts to watch the 26-year-old in action in midweek against Manchester City, and the Ivorian's match-winning brace has convinced the Reds to make a move.
Chelsea, who almost signed the striker in the summer, are also interested as they plan for life after Didier Drogba. CommentsUse a Facebook account to add a comment, subject to Facebook's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. It is a shame that Sam is going back, he is a fantastic keeper who we would love to have at the club.
Sometimes Valdes has been on the bench, sometimes he's been injured and nowhere near the squad - his new teammates must be delighted to have him on board! At least Valdes is excited about it, he even chose a special font to say goodbye to United fans. He believed in me, even though I did not play a lot," Pogba told La Repubblica."He told me not to go to Italy.
He has had other teams sniffing around and it was always going to be a case of when, not if, he was signed up by a big-name club.
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He warned me against racism and thought I wouldn't feel right there.""As for racism, no country is immune against it. Just look at what happened with John Terry and Luis Suarez."Pogba has made 24 appearances for Juve this season, scoring six goals in the process. It not only depends on me." Do they really need a 29-year-old defensive midfielder at this stage? Apparently so, especially since Squawka dubbed him a 'box-to-box' star with echoes of the one and only Captain Marvel himself.

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