RASMUS HOJLUND is really keen on joining Manchester United this summer according to reports.

Meanwhile, Andre Onana's £42.7m transfer to Manchester United has finally been confirmed.

Only Chelsea's £72m world record signing of Kepa Arrizabalaga and Liverpool's £67m acquisition of Alisson – both in 2018 – are larger than Onana's move to Old Trafford.

And the takeover continues to drag on, with the Glazers STILL yet to make any announcement after receiving improved bids.

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  • By Joshua Hall

    Frankfurt scared of United approach

    Eintracht Frankfurt are reportedly afraid of Manchester United attempting to sign Randal Kolo Muani.

    The French forward has been long linked with a move to Old Trafford and reports suggest United could be preparing an offer.

    However the Red Devils seem to be all in on Atalanta forward Rasmus Hojlund at the moment.

    The 20-year-old is reportedly keen on a move to the Manchester club too.

  • By Joshua Hall

    Atlanta worried about Hojlund departure

    Atlanta manager Gian Piero Gasperini fears that he may lose star striker Rasmus Hojlund amid Manchester United's interest.

    He has been reported as Erik ten Hag's number one target this summer after they wrapped up the deal for Andre Onana.

    Gasperini told Sky Sports Italia: "If he stays? I don't know, honestly I don't know, the transfer market is unpredictable.

    "I don't know the value of the player, he can be worth even €100million, but the market value is uncertain.

    "I hope the club will value Højlund around €80m, €90m or €100m fee"


    AT WAR

    Atalanta boss fears he could lose Hojlund to Man Utd despite hefty asking price

  • By Jack Figg

    Harry up then

    are reportedly still interested in Manchester United ace Harry Maguire,

    According to Sky Sports, the East London side are “exploring loan and permanent deals.

    However, Maguire’s high wages could prove to be a stumbling block on a deal.

  • By Jack Figg

    Onana's first words

    He said: "To join Manchester United is an incredible honour and I have worked hard all my life to get to this moment, overcoming many obstacles along the way.

    "Walking out at Old Trafford to defend our goal and contribute to the team will be another amazing experience.

    “This is the start of a new journey for me, with new team-mates, and new ambitions to fight for.

    "Manchester United has a long history of incredible goalkeepers, and I will now give everything to create my own legacy in the coming years.

    "I am excited by the opportunity to work again with Erik ten Hag, and I can’t wait to play my part in the success I know he is determined to deliver at this great football club."

  • By Jack Figg

    Dre dream

    Andre Onana has completed a dream £47million move to Manchester United.

    But the Cameroonian stopper has revealed he would have gone down a very different career path if he hadn’t become a footballer.
    Onana, 27, is Erik ten Hag’s latest big capture after starring under the Dutchman at Ajax.

    Onana’s long-awaited Old Trafford transfer was finally confirmed on Thursday, allowing him to link up with new United teammates in the USA.

    But replacing the David de Gea holds no fear for Onana.

    That’s because if he had not become a footballer, the brave baller would have instead joined the police.

    Previously revealing his alternative career decision, Onana simply said via the Telegraph: “I like to protect.”

  • By Jack Figg

    Playing for Keeps

    Man Utd made signing a goalkeeper a priority – and the new man between the sticks at Old Trafford will be Andre Onana.

    The Red Devils splashed £47million on the Cameroon shotstopper who will replace David De Gea between the sticks.

    The Cameroon international was a revelation in the club's Champions League run to the semi finals in 2019.

    It's a competition he thrives in, after helping Inter Milan reach last season's final.

    The 27-year-old has signed a five-year deal reportedly worth around £6.2million a year.

    And the goalie has made sure he's shared the wealth accrued from his fame with his homeland.



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  • By Kealan Hughes

    United consider Jonny Evans offer

    Manchester United are giving Jonny Evans the chance to earn a permanent stay at the club, according to The Telegraph.

    Evans was surprisingly re-signed by United on a short-term deal earlier this week and featured in the friendly win against Lyon.

    The defender will now travel with an academy squad to San Diego, where a side mostly filled with youngsters will play Wrexham on Tuesday.

    And he could be offered a contract by Erik ten Hag if he impresses, as he would act as a cheap back-up option.

  • By Sam Dymond

    United prepare offer for Hojlund

    Manchester United are preparing to submit an offer of €60m for Danish hot-shot Rasmus Hojlund.

    That’s the understanding of Italian football journalist Alfredo Pedulla, who believes Atalanta will be willing to do business in order to finance their own transfer activity.

    The €60m presented is not thought to include any bonuses that Old Trafford officials may offer to include in order to sweeten the deal.

    At 20-years-old, Hojlund is one of the most exciting attacking talents in Europe, and has already netted six times for his country in just six appearances.

  • By Sam Dymond

    Onana in line for Arsenal debut

    Manchester United wrapped up the signing of Andre Onana yesterday evening – and it now appears that the Old Trafford faithful will not have to wait long to see their new goalkeeper in action.

    The Cameroonian wasted no time in flying out to New York to join his new teammates on their US tour, and United sources have hinted that he may yet play a part in Saturday's pre-season friendly with Arsenal at the MetLife Stadium.

    Onana will become the fifth United goalkeeper out in America, and will alternate with Nathan Bishop, Tom Heaton, Dean Henderson and Radek Vitek across the next four games Stateside.

    Meanwhile, it has also been revealed that the 27-year-old will wear the number 24 shirt during his debut season with the Red Devils.

  • By Sam Dymond

    Ten Hag hopes Harry will stay

    Erik ten Hag is hoping that Harry Maguire will remain at Manchester United despite replacing him as club captain with Bruno Fernandes.

    The much-maligned defender has been the speculation of transfer rumours ever since he was dropped as first choice centre-back early last season.

    However, talkSPORT believe that Ten Hag wants Maguire to lean on his professionalism to provide strength and competition in central defence.

    The 30-year-old England international has been linked with Chelsea, Newcastle and West Ham this summer, and has previously indicated his desire to play first team football.

  • By Sam Dymond

    Andre arrival to accelerate Hendo exit

    David de Gea has already waved goodbye to Manchester United, and Dean Henderson could soon follow him out of the Old Trafford exit door.

    The 26-year-old goalkeeper has once again been linked with Nottingham Forest, where he spent last season on loan.

    Henderson lost his place at the City Ground to Keylor Navas following an injury in January, but the decorated Costa Rican has since returned to Paris Saint-Germain.

    Forest had been ready to pull the plug on their long-standing interest in the English stopper with United playing hard ball, but Andre Onana's arrival could now see the Red Devils hoping to complete a quick and straightforward deal.

  • By Sam Dymond

    David's no to replacing Onana

    Andre Onana has arrived at Old Trafford from Inter Milan to replace David de Gea in the Manchester United goal – but the departing Spanish stopper almost ensured that the transfer deal went full circle.

    The Daily Record report that De Gea had an offer on the table from Inter to succeed Onana at the San Siro.

    However, the 32-year-old wasn't satisfied with the terms laid out, and instead favours a return to Spain to play in La Liga.

  • By Sam Dymond

    Onana signs on and jets out

    New Manchester United goalkeeper Andre Onana tonight completed his eagerly-awaited move – and intends to waste no time in familiarising himself with his new club.

    No sooner had the ink dried on his contract, and the Cameroonian stopper finds himself touching down in New York, having flown out to the United States to join the Manchester United pre-season tour.

    And Onana could yet be involved when the Red Devils take on fellow Premier League club Arsenal at the MetLife Stadium on Saturday.

    The 27-year-old joins four other goalkeepers – Tom Heaton, Dean Henderson, Nathan Bishop and Radek Vitek – in Erik ten Hag's travelling squad.

  • By Sam Dymond

    Onana speaks after sealing switch

    Following his £47.2m move from Inter Milan, goalkeeper Andre Onana has been speaking as a Manchester United player for the first time.

    In a conversation with the club's in-house media, the Cameroonian revelled that he was looking forward to the challenge of becoming the latest stopper to wear the Red Devils' shirt.

    “To join Manchester United is an incredible honour and I have worked hard all my life to get to this moment, overcoming many obstacles along the way," he said.

    "Walking out at Old Trafford to defend our goal and contribute to the team will be another amazing experience. This is the start of a new journey for me, with new teammates, and new ambitions to fight for.

    “Manchester United has a long history of incredible goalkeepers, and I will now give everything to create my own legacy in the coming years.

    "I am excited by the opportunity to work again with Erik ten Hag, and I can’t wait to play my part in the success I know he is determined to deliver at this great football club.”



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  • By Sam Dymond

    Breaking: Onana completes Man Utd move

    It's official! Andre Onana is a Manchester United player.

    The Cameroon international has put pen to paper on a five-year deal at Old Trafford with the potential option of a further 12-months.

    The 27-year-old goalkeeper moves to the Premier League for £47.2m, having kept 104 clean sheets in 255 club appearances.

    United's football director John Murtough told the club's official website: “Andre was our top choice to become the new goalkeeper for Manchester United, with exactly the right profile of technical attributes and personality.

    "Having achieved success throughout his career, we know that Andre will further add to the winning mentality we are building within our squad.

    “He is already one of the world’s best goalkeepers and at the age of 27 we firmly believe that he can develop even further over the coming years.”

  • By Sam Dymond

    Charlie set to check out

    Manchester United youngster Charlie Savage is set to make a permanent move away from Old Trafford.

    According to the Manchester Evening News, the 20-year-old is close to joining League One Reading as the Berkshire clubs undergoes a rebuild following relegation.

    Unsurprisingly, United officials have been shrewd enough to include a sell-on clause should Savage prove a success story with the Royals and attract attention from bigger clubs.

    The midfielder famously made his one and only United appearance in the Champions League against Young Boys in December 2021 while his father Robbie was commentating on the game for BT Sport.

  • By Sam Dymond

    Onana says arrivederci to Inter

    Fee agreed. Medical completed. And now Andre Onana has said his goodbyes to Inter Milan.

    In a heartfelt statement on Instagram, the goalkeeper wrote an emotional farewell to the San Siro club, thanking them for a special year following his 2022 arrival from Ajax.

    But he insisted it was the right time to move by starting ' a new journey in Manchester'.

    It won't be long before his move to Old Trafford is officially announced.

    Credit: @andreonana.24 Instagram
  • By Sam Dymond

    United say yes to Onana

    Manchester United are moving closer to confirming the capture of Inter Milan's Andre Onana.

    Sky Sports are now reporting that the Cameroonian keeper has completed his medical with the Old Trafford club, and a deal is nvery near to completion.

    A £47.2m transfer fee has already been agreed with the Serie A club for the purchase of the 27-year-old.

    Onana will become the new number one at United, replacing David de Gea, who has left the club after 12 years.

  • By Sam Dymond

    Breaking: Bruno confirmed as United captain

    Bruno Fernandes has been officially announced as Manchester United's new club captain for the 2023-24 season.

    The Portuguese playmaker replaces Harry Maguire as skipper at Old Trafford on a permanent basis after taking the armband on several occasions last season.

    Since joining the Red Devils in 2020, Fernandes has scored 64 goals and provided 54 assists in 185 games.

    Credit: @ManUtd Twitter
  • By Sam Dymond

    United target given extended leave

    Manchester United transfer target Sofyan Amrabat has been granted extended leave as he contemplates his future, according to reports in Italy.

    The 26-year-old midfielder is currently with Fiorentina, but has been a target of some of Europe’s top clubs ever since his impressive performances at the 2022 World Cup.

    Erik ten Hag is keen to add to his roster in the middle of the park – although it is understood that the Red Devils are closer to a deal for Atalanta’s Rasmus Hojlund.

  • By Henry Tomlinson

    Fan backlash

    Manchester United announced a new addition to the club this week, but fans are far from happy.

    On Thursday, the Red Devils took to Twitter to reveal that they had signed a new sponsorship deal with American cosmetic company Estee Lauder.

    The tweet was paired with a video to promote the company, with Marcus Rashford, Raphael Varane, Luke Shaw and Alejandro Garnacho all making a cameo.

    However, Man Utd fans were all hoping for a different announcement.

    Some wanted the club to announce the signing of goalkeeper Andre Onana, while others wished for an update on a potential takeover.

    One person tweeted: "Kindly announce Onana please and thanks!"



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  • By Henry Tomlinson

    United still waiting on Telles deal

  • By Henry Tomlinson

    Johnson still wants Fish

    Manager Lee Johnson has revealed that Hibernian are still trying to sign Will Fish on loan for next season.

    We're still looking to get Will through.

    Obviously he's a Manchester United player but we're here, waiting, and ready.

    We're in constant contact with Will and United and their needs come first at the moment in terms of their pre-season fixtures but we hope to get him here as soon as possible.

    Lee JohnsonSky Sports

  • By Henry Tomlinson

    Diaby closer to Saudi move

    Manchester United target Moussa Diaby is reportedly getting closer to a switch to Saudi Arabia as Al-Nassr have submitted a bid for the winger.

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