10.30pm Man Utd transfer news LIVE: Sancho wanted if Pogba leaves, Wan-Bissaka meeting today, Neymar offered to United

10.30pm Man Utd transfer news LIVE: Sancho wanted if Pogba leaves, Wan-Bissaka meeting today, Neymar offered to United

The futures of Paul Pogba and David De Gea are still uncertain while Daniel James is the first new recruit.

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  • Jack Figg3 hours agoJune 24, 2019

    IVAN PERISIC is leaning towards a summer move to Arsenal following his failed move to Manchester United – with Unai Emery keen to add new wingers.

    The Croatian's agent has been in Milan recently in a bid to facilitate a move, with a big-money swoop to China also on the cards.

    Man Utd have been keen on Perisic, 30, for 18 months now, but they have now turned their attention to Nicolas Pepe.

    That leaves the door open for Arsenal – but Emery could once again find himself hamstrung by a lack of available funds.

    The Gunners struggled mightily on the wings last season, with a lack of depth in that area often forcing them into playing sub-par, makeshift wing-backs.

    Now Emery wants to add more strength to his wings and sees Perisic as a cheaper alternative to Pepe.

  • Jack Figg3 hours agoJune 24, 2019

  • Jack Figg4 hours agoJune 24, 2019

    JADON SANCHO will shoot back up Manchester United's summer wishlist if they offload Paul Pogba, reports say.

    Forbes suggest Old Trafford boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would make Borussia Dortmund's England winger, 19, a priority signing if he boosts funds by selling 26-year-olds Pogba and Romelu Lukaku.

    But Dortmund still believe they can hang on to £70million-rated ex-Etihad kid Sancho.

    Real and Juventus are both keen on French World Cup winner Pogba.

    And the Independent claim PSG offered United Brazil striker Neymar, 27, as part of a staggering swap deal for the former Juve midfielder.

  • Jack Figg5 hours agoJune 24, 2019

  • Samuel Street6 hours agoJune 24, 2019

    MAN UTD'S transfer team will meet Crystal Palace officials this afternoon to discuss the transfer of Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

    The Telegraph state that Ed Woodward and head of corporate development Matt Judge have travelled down to London in an attempt to push through the move.

    United have already made a bid which fell well short of Palace's valuation and was derided for, among other things, including a significant bonus for winning the Champions League.

    The Eagles are believed to have now effectively told the Red Devils to put up or shut up if they want the deal to be completed.

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