Manchester United

Manchester United F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 27 May 02:39

Antoine Griezmann casts doubt on Manchester United move

Manchester United's bid to sign Antoine Griezmann this summer has taken a blow after the Atletico Madrid forward admits he has unfinished business at the club.

Manchester United F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 27 May 02:39

Man United target Antoine Griezmann: Rumours are unfounded

Atletico Madrid striker Antoine Griezmann has dismissed reports he has already agreed to leave this summer but stopped short of committing his future to the club.

Manchester United F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 27 May 01:40

Juve chief delighted to avoid Pogba buy-out clause

Juventus chief executive Giuseppe Marotta has called buy-out clauses 'madness' and admits he is delighted at the amount the Italians were able to sell Paul Pogba for.

Manchester United F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 27 May 01:25

Man Utd news: Daley Blind kicks off summer in cowboy hat

After a gruelling campaign that saw United also claim the League Cup, the squad can be forgiven for enjoying a little excess and hats off to Blind for choice of party destination.

ESPN FC - Manchester United News 27 May 00:49

Extra Time: Success without trophies and Rooney's future

The guys respond to your tweets about clubs without trophies, Wayne Rooney and the worst transfers of the year.

SkySports | Manchester United 26 May 23:40

Griezmann: Rumours are untrue

Atletico Madrid striker Antoine Griezmann has dismissed reports he has already agreed to leave this summer but stopped short of committing his future to the club.

Manchester United – teamtalk.com 26 May 20:56

Man United ready to bid for Liverpool?s top target ? report

Manchester United are reportedly planning to muscle their way to a move for Liverpool’s top transfer target Virgil van Dijk this summer.

Reds boss Jurgen Klopp is looking to strengthen the heart of his defence this summer and the Southampton star is his first choice to do just that.

It is common knowledge that the 25-year-old Dutchman will leave St Mary’s this summer, with Saints wanting at least £50million for their star player, but United appear to have put a spanner in the works as far as Liverpool are concerned.

Sky Sports’ Kaveh Solhekol claims that van Dijk is on a three-man shortlist of targets that Jose Mourinho has handed to United’s hierachy, with the Red Devils reportedly ready to shell out £300m on new players this summer.

The news will come as a bitter blow to Klopp but not to Southampton, who can now expect a potential bidding war for a player they signed for £13m just under two years ago.

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ESPN FC - Manchester United News 26 May 20:40

Man United players know tragedy puts Europa League triumph into context

Man United and Ajax shared a moment of silence in honour of all those affected by the Manchester terrorist attack. The FC panel were all positive after watching Manchester United thoroughly dominate an electric, albeit young Ajax side. The conversation gets heated between the FC guys when talking about whether or not this season can be considered a success by Man United standards. Manchester United's team bus began to edge away from Stockholm's Friends Arena at 12:50 a.m. on Thursday morning, the sound of the engine mixed with banging on the windows and the muted cheers of footballers singing in celebration of their Europa League final victory. A steward told a bystander that under no circumstances should a photograph be taken of the vehicle, which had been camouflaged in red, white and black and featured the Manchester United badge with "Going Holm" written on the front,...

Manchester United – teamtalk.com 26 May 20:38

Man City beat rivals United to 43million Monaco playmaker

Manchester City have announced the signing of Monaco’s Bernardo Silva, beating rivals United to the highly-rated playmaker.

It is understood City will pay £43million for the 22-year-old, who will officially move on July 1.

It means City have won the race for the Portugal international ahead of neighbours United, who were also interested in him.

The player flew into Manchester Airport on Thursday night and negotiations were swiftly concluded.

“It feels great. To be honest I’m now at one of the best teams in the world. To be part of this club and to have this opportunity is great,” Silva told his new club’s official website.

“I’m very happy to be part of Manchester City’s team and I look forward to trying to do my best to help the team reach their goals.

“Of course when you have the opportunity of being trained by (Pep) Guardiola, you don’t say no. If not the best coach in the world, he is one of the best.

“As we all know, what he did in Barcelona and Bayern Munich was amazing and we expect also here that he will win titles. It’s great to be working with him and to have this opportunity.”

Silva’s arrival signals the start of manager Guardiola’s overhaul of a squad which finished a disappointing third in the Premier League in his first season in charge.

On Thursday the club announced the departures of goalkeeper Willy Cabellero, full-backs Gael Clichy and Bacary Sagna – in addition to the previously-known exit of Pablo Zabaleta – and winger Jesus Navas as the clear-out of players signed by previous managers began.

Midfielder Yaya Toure is also out of contract this summer and, despite fighting his way back into the reckoning having initially been frozen out by Guardiola, his future remains in the balance.

The Ivory Coast international would have to accept a pay cut to stay on with a short-term deal, although the suggestion from the 34-year-old’s advisers is that the financial side would not be a problem.

It means Guardiola is likely to be looking for at least five new signings this summer as he seeks to close the 15-point gap to champions Chelsea.

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Manchester United – teamtalk.com 26 May 20:19

Euro Paper Talk: Chelsea, Utd target?s Barca hint; De Gea price

A Chelsea and Man United target has hinted at a move to Barcelona, while United have reportedly named the price they will allow David de Gea to leave for this summer, according to Friday’s European press.
 

MOURINHO NAMES HIS PRICE FOR UNITED STOPPER

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has reportedly named his price for goalkeeper David de Gea.

The Portuguese tactician is said to want €75m (£65m) from Real Madrid for the Spaniard, or striker Alvaro Morata plus €25m (£21.7m).

A move for Morata looks highly unlikely, however, given that the frontman now looks certain to join AC Milan this summer.

Marca claims that Mourinho has come to terms with the fact that De Gea would prefer a move back to his homeland this summer, with United linked with several highly-rated goalkeepers as a result – the latest being Benfica stopper Ederson Moraes.

UNITED, CHELSEA TARGET SET FOR MILAN SWITCH

Atalanta midfielder Franck Kessie, who has been linked with Chelsea and Manchester United, has reportedly agreed a move to AC Milan.

The 20-year-old had been strongly tipped to make a move to the Premier League this summer, but La Gazzetta dello Sport claims that Milan representatives have already visited the player’s home to complete the deal.

Kessie may also not be the only Atalanta star to join Milan this summer, with full-back Andrea Conti also wanted by the Serie giants, according to Calciomercato.

AND THE REST

Ajax defensive starlet Davinson Sanchez, who is being tracked by Chelsea, Manchester United and Real Madrid, has hinted at a move to Barcelona (Cadena Ser)

Several top clubs are on alert after Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang has formally handed in a transfer request (Bild)

Monaco playmaker Bernardo Silva is currently in Manchester ahead of a move to one of the Premier League giants

Juventus have entered the race with Man United and Man City for Monaco defender Fabinho (Calciomercato)

AC Milan have targeted a move for Stoke City forward Marko Arnautovic this summer (Gazzetta dello Sport)

PSG star Angel Di Maria could be moving to Inter Milan in the summer (Corriere dello Sport)

Napoli are ready to do battle with Paris Saint-Germain for Manchester City full-back Gael Clichy, who is available on a free (Il Mattino)

Napoli have also targeted Bayern Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno as a replacement for current number one Pepe Reina (Gazzetta dello Sport)

Nice are unclear whether or not Mario Balotelli will sign an extension on his initial one-year deal, with Marseille a possible destination for the Italian (Le10Sport)

Eliaquim Mangala will not be part of Manchester City’s plans next season and can leave for around €20m (L’Equipe)

Arsenal striker Lucas Pérez will hold talks over his Arsenal future this summer says his agent (Marca)

Reports from Italy suggest that former Leeds United patron Massimo Cellino is considering a takeover move for Serie A side Genoa (La Repubblica, via Calciomercato)

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Manchester United – teamtalk.com 26 May 20:11

Sergio Romero sets his sights on No 1 spot at Man United

Sergio Romero still has his sights set on becoming Manchester United’s number-one goalkeeper after helping the club win the Europa League.

The Argentinian was picked by Jose Mourinho for all but three of their matches in Europe and kept a clean sheet in Wednesday’s final victory over Ajax.

David De Gea was first choice in the Premier League, featuring in 36 of the 38 fixtures, but the Spain international continues to be linked with a move back home to Real Madrid after the LaLiga champions failed with their bid in 2015.

Romero, who joined United a couple of months before that transfer saga, knew he was arriving as back up to De Gea but that has not stopped him targeting the Spaniard’s place.

“I chose to come here because of what the club is. It’s a huge club, one of the biggest in the world, something I just couldn’t say no to,” he said.

“I knew it might be a little harder here to play a lot. Last year with Louis (Van Gaal) I played 12 games, I felt good and so I thought I could be important for the team in those moments despite not playing a lot. Then with Jose, I started a little more. I could play a little more.

“I’ve been able to show I’m a goalkeeper that can play for this club but you know never know what’s going to happen in the future so you have to keep working hard for what comes next.

“I could be the number one or number two (next season), it all depends on hard work and I do work hard. My intention is to stay.”

Romero has made a total of 18 appearances this season but the highlight was undoubtedly keeping a clean sheet against a free-scoring Ajax side as United claimed the one remaining major trophy missing from their cabinet.

“We finished the tournament as we wanted and that was to win it,” he added.

“We knew the Europa League wouldn’t be easy, it was a very difficult tournament but thanks to God we did a great job in the final and go home happy.

“There were many moments when I returned home very happy.
“I’ve kept a lot of clean sheets and helped my team-mates on a lot of occasions.

“That’s given me enormous satisfaction so I have to thank the coaching staff for showing faith in me and my team-mates, who made a lot of effort to make me feel relaxed. Ending with the trophy in our hands makes us doubly happy.”

United’s players dedicated their Europa League victory to the victims of the Manchester bombing which took place in the city just two days before the final.

“We spoke (on Tuesday) when we were in Manchester that it wasn’t good what happened,” he said.

“No one in Manchester or anywhere deserves this. They deserve to live in peace with tranquillity.

“Every person and family has their own problems with different things, so we hope this ends soon because people need to live in peace.

“We knew when it happened that it would be a nice prize for the people, although obviously winning doesn’t change anything for the families affected.

“There are families suffering who have lost a mother, father or child and football can’t change that at all, but all we can do is try and bring a bit of tranquillity to the fans.”

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Manchester United F.C. - Latest Team and Transfer News | Mail Online 26 May 20:10

Sergio Romero wants Manchester United No 1 jersey

David De Gea was first choice in the Premier League, featuring in 36 of the 38 fixtures, but the Spain international continues to be linked with a move back home to Real Madrid

ESPN FC - Manchester United News 26 May 20:00

Trending: Jose Mourinho's Manchester United target four summer transfers

Anthony Richardson recaps an eventful Europa League final, but was Man United's season deemed a success? Friday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending... MAN UNITED: Manchester United are not planning a major overhaul of their first-team squad this summer, with the club working on bringing in four new players ahead of next season, sources have told ESPN FC. -  United gave their entire city a "lift" by beating Ajax 2-0 in the Europa League final on Wednesday, according to former manager Sir Alex Ferguson. - United's Antonio Valencia has signed a contract...

ESPN FC - Manchester United News 26 May 19:18

Sergio Romero still hoping to earn role as first-choice keeper at Man United

The FC panel break down the probable starting XI for Manchester United against Ajax in the Europa League final. Sergio Romero still has his sights set on becoming Manchester United's No. 1 goalkeeper after helping the club win the Europa League. The Argentine was picked by Jose Mourinho for all but three of their matches in Europe and kept a clean sheet in Wednesday's final victory over Ajax. David De Gea was first choice in the Premier League, featuring in 36 of the 38 fixtures, but the Spain international continues to be linked with a move back home to Real Madrid after the La Liga champions failed with...

SkySports | Manchester United 26 May 19:08

Romero targets Utd No 1 spot

Sergio Romero says he intends to stay at Manchester United and wants to become the club's No 1 goalkeeper after helping the club win the Europa League.

Manchester United – teamtalk.com 26 May 19:00

Top clubs on alert as Aubameyang hands in transfer request

Europe’s top clubs have all been put on alert after Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang officially handed in a transfer request.

German daily Bild has stated that the Gabon international has met with club directors and advised them of his intention to leave Signal Iduna Park this summer.

Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United and Arsenal have all been linked with a move for the 27-year-old over the course of the last 18 months, while Real Madrid and PSG are other potential destination.

Aubameyang has enjoyed another prolific season in the Bundesliga, netting 31 times as he edged out Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski for the Golden Boot award in Germany.

Despite having three years left on his contract, Dortmund will reportedly accept a bid of around £40million for the frontman and that is sure to start a summer transfer scramble of epic proportions among Europe’s elite clubs.

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ESPN FC - Manchester United News 26 May 16:41

Manchester United legend Patrice Evra excited about Old Trafford return

Manchester United legend Patrice Evra is heading back to Old Trafford this summer -- and he wants everyone to know how excited he is. ��Red alert �� ������breaking news!!! I'm coming to #carricktestimonial @carras16 @manchesterunited @red����������OT ��baby I'm coming home �� Fergie ☺️sorry#beyonce i kill it ��������...

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Manchester United | BBC 26 May 15:44

Tattoo costs Varela Eintracht deal

Guillermo Varela will return to Manchester United after he was suspended by loan club Eintracht Frankfurt for getting a tattoo.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Manchester United | BBC 26 May 14:34

Valencia signs Man Utd extension

Manchester United full-back Antonio Valencia signs a one-year extension to his contract, keeping him at the club until 2019.

SkySports | Manchester United 26 May 14:03

Valencia extends United contract

Antonio Valencia has signed a contract extension with Manchester United that keeps him at the club until June 2019, with the option to extend for a further year.

SkySports | Manchester United 26 May 12:10

Where should Rooney go?

Wayne Rooney looks set to leave Manchester United this summer, but where will he be playing next season?

SkySports | Manchester United 26 May 12:07

Rooney likely to leave United

Wayne Rooney is likely to leave Manchester United this summer, Sky sources understand.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Manchester United | BBC 25 May 23:31

Man Utd target three or four signings

Manchester United are likely to limit their summer spending to three or four key signings, with Antoine Griezmann and Michael Keane among those linked.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Manchester United | BBC 25 May 19:55

Watakila a tuhumi Ronaldo da kin biyan haraji

Watakila a tuhumi dan kwallon Real Madrid Cristiano Ronaldo da laifin kin biyan haraji a Spaniya.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Manchester United | BBC 25 May 17:11

Rooney has 'more or less' decided future

Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney says he has "more or less" decided his future at the club.

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