Manchester United will lose Paul Pogba and Jesse Lingard when their deals expire at the end of June, and the club has started preliminary negotiations with Barcelona about signing Frenkie de Jong.
Pogba left United as a free agent in 2012 to join Juventus, only to return four years later for a then-world-record cost of £89 million, while Lingard finishes a 20-year affiliation with the club.
Pogba’s second term at United has been a rollercoaster, with the club confirming that he will depart for nothing for the second time when his contract ends this month. Erik ten Hag wants to make Timber one of his first acquisitions, therefore Man United is in contact with Ajax about him.
Manchester United Will See Pogba And Lingard Leave
On Erik ten Hag’s orders, Manchester United is on the verge of signing Timber from Ajax for £30 million. Former Watford manager Ralf Rangnick has suggested Watford goalkeeper Bachmann to Manchester United. Mount’s contract status at Chelsea is being monitored by new Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag, who is considering a surprise move for the England midfielder.
Man United and Arsenal are said to be preparing a bid for Bayern Munich midfielder Tolisso, who will leave the club on a free transfer this summer. Barcelona has acknowledged that they have received many bids for De Jong, with Man United being one of them. The Rangers have beaten Man United and Liverpool to the signing of Aberdeen wonder-kid Pollard.
As he nears a decision on his future, Derby youngster Ebiowei is embroiled in a four-way competition with Man United, Tottenham, Newcastle, and Crystal Palace. The England international has opted to stay at West Ham this summer, putting an end to Manchester United’s attempts to sign him.