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MANCHESTER UNITED look set to hold onto Paul Pogba after leaked images showed the Frenchman modelling next season's kit.

And Eduardo Camavinga has become one of United's top transfer targets this summer, with an approach made to the player.

But Sergio Ramos will not be joining the Red Devils as he is moving to PSG.

Meanwhile we've got the very latest on Raphael Varane, with a deal reportedly close.

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  • Justin Lawrence

    CHONG'S GONE

    Manchester United winger Tahith Chong is nearing a deal to join Birmingham on loan for the 2021-22 campaign.

    The 21-year-old has been out on loan in the past couple of years to Belgian outfit Club Brugge and German side Werder Bremen.

    But it looks as though he will get his first taste of English football at a different club with Lee Bowyer's Blues close to a temporary deal for next season, according to The Telegraph.

    Chong signed a new contract at United back in March 2020 following interest from Inter Milan.

    Chong looks to be on his way to Birmingham this summerCredit: Getty
  • Justin Lawrence

    PAUL ME UNDER

    Manchester United appear to have hinted that Paul Pogba will not be sold this summer after ‘leaked’ photos showed him leaking the club’s new kit.

    Footy Headlines published images showing Pogba, Marcus Rashford and Bruno Fernandes all wearing the new jersey.

    he French midfielder is out of contract in 2022 and has been linked with a move away from Old Trafford.

    The likes of Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus and Real Madrid are all said to be interested.

    But United are reportedly eager to hand Pogba a new long-term contract.

    United have unveiled their new kit campaign starring Pogba
  • Justin Lawrence

    MOUR TO IT

    Jose Mourinho has dismissed suggestions that his time in charge of both Man Utd and Tottenham were failures.

    The new Roma boss was sacked by Spurs in April having been at the club for just 17 months.

    His previous job was two years in charge of Manchester United, where he won the Europa League and EFL Cup.

    But the Portuguese native denied claims that his last two Premier League jobs were a flop.

    Mourinho said: “I won three trophies at Manchester United and that was seen as a disaster.

    "I reached a cup final which I was not allowed to play at Tottenham, and that was seen as a disaster.

    "What's a disaster for me is considered as a great success for others."

    Mourinho reckons his stints as Spurs and United boss were a successCredit: Getty
  • Justin Lawrence

    HOUSS GOING?

    Arsenal have to sell at least one midfielder if they want to sign Houssem Aouar, according to reports.

    The Gunners have been heavily linked with the Lyon ace but reportedly need to make room on the wage bill before they bring him in with four players’ futures at risk.

    Arsenal – who are favourites to sign the Frenchman – are said to have launched an official bid after Lyon dropped their original asking price to just £17million.

    Le 10 Sport claimed the Ligue 1 star could cost the Gunners under a third of the £54m fee club officials hoped to get in 2020.

    The Gunners will have to get rid of a player to make room for AouarCredit: AFP
  • Justin Lawrence

    ROME REUNION

    Jose Mourinho plans to raid Manchester United for defensive favourite Eric Bailly, according to reports.

    The Special One made Bailly his first signing as Old Trafford boss, paying Villarreal £30million for the Ivory Coast ace in 2016.

    Mourinho has newly taken charge of Roma with the brief of lifting last season's seventh-place finishers into Serie A's top four.

    And multiple reports in Italy on Thursday claimed the Portuguese coach and SunSport columnist has set his sights on Bailly, 27.

    The centre-back has struggled for game time under current Red Devils boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

    He made 12 Premier League appearances last term, following just four two seasons ago and a dozen in 2018-19.

    Mourinho reportedly wants to bring Bailly to RomaCredit: Getty Images – Getty
  • Dylan Terry

    ROME REUNION

    Jose Mourinho plans to raid Manchester United for defensive favourite Eric Bailly, according to reports.

    The Special One made Bailly his first signing as Old Trafford boss, paying Villarreal £30million for the Ivory Coast ace in 2016.

    Mourinho has newly taken charge of Roma with the brief of lifting last season’s seventh-place finishers into Serie A’s top four.

    And multiple reports in Italy on Thursday claimed the Portuguese coach has set his sights on Bailly, 27.

    The centre-back has struggled for game time under current Red Devils boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

    He made 12 Premier League appearances last term, following just four two seasons ago and a dozen in 2018-19.

  • Dylan Terry

    INCASE YOU DIDN'T KNOW…

    England have advanced to the Euro 2020 final after beating Denmark at Wembley.

    The Danes opened the scoring with Mikkel Damsgaard’s amazing free-kick on 30 minutes.

    But the Three Lions equalised just nine minutes later thanks to an own goal by Danish captain Simon Kjaer.

    The game went to extra-time where Gareth Southgate’s men earned a controversial penalty when Raheem Sterling went down inside the area.

    Harry Kane took the spot-kick but Kasper Schmeichel saved down his bottom left corner with a spectacular lunge.

    The ball rolled back towards Kane who hit the back of the net in the 14th minute of extra-time.

    England are going to meet Italy this Sunday at Wembley.

  • Dylan Terry

    DUTCH WANT LOU

    Louis van Gaal has emerged as a top contender for the vacant head coach role of Holland’s men’s side following their shock Euros round 16 loss.

    The hunt for a new national boss is underway after former gaffer Frank de Boer quit following the team’s disappointing tournament exit.

    The Netherlands suffered a surprise 2-0 loss to the Czech Republic.

    Dutch newspaper Algemeen Dagblad claims ex-United chief Van Gaal is seen as the most suitable candidate for the job by bigwigs at the Dutch FA.

    Should the appointment come to fruition it would see the two-time former Netherlands chief embark on his third stint in charge of the national side.

  • Dylan Terry

    PAUL YOUR DOSH

    PSG reportedly want to 'close out' a deal to sign Manchester United star Paul Pogba.

    The French midfielder is yet to agree a new deal at Old Trafford – he has one more season to run.

    According to French newspaper L'Equipe, PSG 'would like to close the purchase of Pogba in the next few weeks'.

    It is reportedly 'the dream' for president Nasser Al-Khelaifi who wants to 'build the team around Pogba'.

    The French giants have already signed Sergio Ramos, Achraf Hakimi, Gio Wijnaldum and Gianluigi Donnarumma this summer.

    But the Ligue 1 runners-up will have to ship out some players first. United will still expect a big fee despite the 28-year-old having a year left on his contract.

    And Pogba, who was France's best player at the Euros, is believed to take home around £290,000 a week at United.

    PSG are growing increasingly confident of sealing a move this summer.

  • Dylan Terry

    SAK ATTACK

    Manchester United legend Gary Neville aimed a thinly-veiled jibe at Arsenal while praising Bukayo Saka ahead of England’s semi-final match against Denmark.

    Neville said: “It’s a massive achievement, it’s been typical of Gareth [Southgate]’s reign.

    “He’s ripped up the rulebook, you don’t have to be at a fashionable club, a Champions League club, you don’t even have to be the most popular with the media or fans.

    “If you’re in form in training and doing it for him, he’ll pick you for a game, and that’s working out for him because the lads who are out on the pitch are in the best form.

    “Saka’s been electric in every game he’s played. I was happy he rested him on Saturday, it would have been too much for him, but tonight he should be absolutely flying”

  • Dylan Terry

    PRE-SEASON SENSATION

    Incredible stuff from Anthony Martial, finished off by Jesse Lingard.

  • Dylan Terry

    RAM RAID

    Manchester United transfer target Sergio Ramos' move to PSG seems to have been accidentally leaked – by the French giants themselves.

    The Real Madrid legend will move to Paris this summer and is set to be officially unveiled this week.

    But somebody at PSG seemed to have jumped the gun on Wednesday night.

    An article announcing that Sergio Ramos will wear the No 4 shirt was posted on the club's website.

    It was swiftly deleted – but not before the internet had already noticed.

    Ramos said in the article: "This number four, I appreciate it a lot out of superstition, because I had it from the start of my career, and then it accompanied me throughout my life, continued with me, brought good luck, and a lot of victories.

    "Now number four is part of me as a person and as a professional. For me, it's a privilege to be able to wear this number in such a great team, Paris Saint-Germain.

    "So it will be very special to be able to wear my number here in Paris."

  • Dylan Terry

    HAA-D TO TAKE

    Erling Haaland appears still to be in the denial stage of grief after losing team-mate Jadon Sancho to Manchester United.

    The England winger, 21, took to Instagram on Tuesday as he and the Three Lions make their preparations to face Denmark tonight.

    He tagged the photo of himself simply with a beaming smile emoji.

    But Haaland, who will be without his partner in attack after 18 successful months together at Borussia Dortmund, commented with a crying face emoji.

    The reply picked up more than 38,500 likes – with some United fans encouraging him to follow Sancho to Old Trafford so they don't miss each other.

    United confirmed last week they had agreed a £73million transfer fee with Dortmund for the wide man.

  • Dylan Terry

    CAPTAIN HARRY

  • William Pugh

    GOOD MORNING MAN UTD FANS

    England have advanced to the Euro 2020 final after beating Denmark at Wembley.

    The Danes opened the scoring with Mikkel Damsgaard’s amazing free-kick on 30 minutes.

    But the Three Lions equalised just nine minutes later thanks to an own goal by Danish captain Simon Kjaer.

    The game went to extra-time where Gareth Southgate’s men earned a controversial penalty when Raheem Sterling went down inside the area.

    Harry Kane took the spot-kick but Kasper Schmeichel saved at his bottom left corner with a spectacular lunge.

    But the ball rolled back towards Kane who hit the back of the net in the 14th minute of extra-time.

    England are going to meet Italy this Sunday at Wembley in their first final since 1966.

    Meanwhile, Real Madrid star Raphael Varane has 'given his word' that he wants to join Manchester United in the summer.

    That is according to Sport, who claim Varane is eager to move to United and hasn't kept that a secret.

    The same report also suggests that the star centre-back's departure from Real is 'inevitable'.

    The France international appears to be the Red Devils’ top target after they wrapped up the £73million signing of Jadon Sancho.

    But United have been dealt with a major blow in their pursuit to sign former Real star Sergio Ramos.

    According to The Guardian, Ramos is set to undergo a medical with Paris Saint-Germain.

    The legendary centre-back left Los Blancos after 16 trophy-laden years when his contract expired.

    The Spain international is now set to sign a two-year deal with PSG.

    Finally, United star Paul Pogba has attracted a couple of suitors in the summer transfer window.

    According to 90Min, Juventus are looking to re-sign Pogba, whose contract with the Red Devils runs out next year.

    And RMC report that PSG have contacted the star midfielder's representatives over a potential blockbuster summer move.

    The France international is reportedly 'more than open' to the idea of leaving the Red Devils for the Ligue 1 giants.

  • Kostas Lianos

    ENGLAND 2-1 DENMARK

    England have advanced to the Euro 2020 final after beating Denmark at Wembley.

    The Danes opened the scoring with Mikkel Damsgaard’s amazing free-kick on 30 minutes.

    But the Three Lions equalised just nine minutes later thanks to an own goal by Danish captain Simon Kjaer.

    The game went to extra-time where Gareth Southgate’s men earned a controversial penalty when Raheem Sterling went down inside the area.

    Harry Kane took the spot-kick but Kasper Schmeichel saved down his bottom left corner with a spectacular lunge.

    The ball rolled back towards Kane who hit the back of the net in the 14th minute of extra-time.

    England are going to meet Italy this Sunday at Wembley

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  • Kostas Lianos

    ENGLAND 2-1 DENMARK

    England are ahead at Wembley thanks to a sort-of penalty by captain Harry Kane.

    The Three Lions were awarded a spot-kick after it appeared like Raheem Sterling was brought down inside the box.

    Kane took the spot-kick but Kasper Schmeichel saved it down his bottom left corner with an incredible lunge.

    The ball rolled back towards the Tottenham star who sent it to the back of the net

  • Kostas Lianos

    NOT HAM-ENING

    Dean Windass doesn't expect Jesse Lingard to return to West Ham after his brilliant loan stint last season.

    Windass, though, does believe David Moyes will still do everything he can to re-sign Lingard.

    He told The Transfer Tavern: "He's done fantastically well Lingard — and David Moyes will be banging on the chairman's door to sign him, although I don't think it will happen.

    "Jesse Lingard, if he doesn't stay at Man United, I can't see him going back to West Ham"

  • Kostas Lianos

    ENGLAND 1-1 DENMARK

    England and Denmark’s semi-final clash has gone to extra-time aftera 1-1 draw at full-time.

    Kasper Hjulmand’s men opened the scoring on 30 minutes with a stunning free-kick by Mikkel Damsgaard.

    The Three Lions got level just nine minutes later with an own goal by Simon Kjaer.

    Gareth Southgate’s men have only half an hour to score or else it’s you know what…

  • Kostas Lianos

    SAK ATTACK

    Manchester United legend Gary Neville aimed a thinly-veiled jibe at Arsenal while praising Bukayo Saka ahead of England's semi-final match against Denmark.

    Neville said: "It's a massive achievement, it's been typical of Gareth [Southgate]'s reign.

    "He's ripped up the rulebook, you don't have to be at a fashionable club, a Champions League club, you don't even have to be the most popular with the media or fans.

    "If you're in form in training and doing it for him, he'll pick you for a game, and that's working out for him because the lads who are out on the pitch are in the best form.

    "Saka's been electric in every game he's played. I was happy he rested him on Saturday, it would have been too much for him, but tonight he should be absolutely flying"

  • Kostas Lianos

    HOLD ON JESS A MINUTE

    Manchester United ace Jesse Lingard is not keen on being included in a swap deal with Declan Rice.

    Reports have suggested United are looking to work out an exchange withWest Ham in order to sign Rice in the summer.

    According to ESPN, however, Lingard is not on board with that idea even though he enjoyed a brilliant return to form last season while on loan at the Hammers.

    Despite his fantastic displays at the London Stadium it is not yet certain if he is part of Red Devils manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's plans

  • Kostas Lianos

    I LOVE THIS GAME

    Manchester United hero Patrice Evra has poked fun on England after Denmark’s opener.

    The Danes opened the scoring after 30 minutes with an amazing free-kick by Mikkel Damsgaard.

    But Evra didn’t go hiding after England’s equaliser as he shared a funny GIF to “celebrate” it.

    Check his reactions out:

  • Kostas Lianos

    ENGLAND 1-1 DENMARK

    And it’s half-time at Wembley with England and Denmark tied 1-1 after an amazing first half.

    Mikkel Damsgaard opened the scoring in the 30th minute with an incredible free-kick.

    Simon Kjaer then scored an own goal just nine minutes later.

    Check the Three Lions’ equaliser out:

  • Kostas Lianos

    ENGLAND 1-1 DENMARK

    England have equalised thanks to an own goal by Denmark captain Simon Kjaer after 39 minutes

    Bukayo Saka delivered a low cross from the right wing where Raheem Sterling was waiting in front of open goal and Kjaer tried to clear the ball away with a tackle but couldn’t do much.

    This comes after Kasper Hjulmand’s side opened the scoring with a brilliant free-kick by Mikkel Damsgaard after 30 minutes.

    This has been an amazing first half so far!

    Check out Damsgaard’s opener:

  • Kostas Lianos

    ANOTHER VERON?

    Manchester United are keeping tabs on Palmeiras ace Gabriel Veron.

    That is according to Calciomercato, who claim United are still firmly in the running for Veron.

    The 18-year-old forward has also been linked with Manchester City.

    There could be an intense bidding war for the Brazilian as Sassuolo are also showing interest

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