Manchester United and the manager Eric Ten Hag He should have decided that five players could leave the club this summer to make way for new signings.
United have yet to secure a single new signing this summer, but the picture when it comes to outgoing transfers is becoming clearer. to me Mirror must both Eric Bailey, Phil Jones, Axel Tuanzebe, Aaron Wan-Bissaka And the Brandon Williams They have been informed that their future is not at Old Trafford.
On the other hand, one of Tin Hag’s first deals may be close. Tottenham Hotspur You must withdraw in the fight for Christian EriksenAnd last week United reportedly offered Eriksen an agreement to leave Brentford In favor of the red shirts when the contract expires on June 30.
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Everton always wanted Owen WijndalAnd now he’s ready to leave AZ Alkmaar For the Premier League matches. The Dutch defender, according to pass Everton cost only 104 million kroner.
But Everton faces stiff competition to secure the Dutchman. Ajax And the Seville She is also interested, the newspaper reported.
Gareth Bale He was visiting the championship club Cardiff To speak with the owner and CEO about a potential transfer. Captain Wales’ contract with Real Madrid It ends on June 30, and the 32-year-old presumably has a number of offers on the table. It’s reports Daily Star.
Paul Pogbamust agent s according to Sky Sports Meeting Juventus Thursday to finalize the details of his contract. Pogba, who works with Manchester United, He will have a medical examination in early July. So Pogba’s return to Juventus could soon become a reality, the club he played for from 2012-2016.
Leeds You are expected to earn less 792 million crowns if they sold Ravenhaand therefore looking for alternatives. According to the transition guru Fabrizio Romano must Club Brugge Charles de Kettler Be a player who is in the wishlist, but alsoto AC Milan Interested in insurance 21 years.
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