Manchester United news and transfers LIVE Cristiano Ronaldo latest as Man Utd 'agree' Jadon Sancho terms

  Stay tuned throughout the day for the latest Man United transfer rumours and updates as well as breaking news. As the dust settles on Manc...

 Stay tuned throughout the day for the latest Man United transfer rumours and updates as well as breaking news.

As the dust settles on Manchester United's Europa League defeat, their attention now turns towards the transfer window.

It seems highly likely that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer 's goalkeeping conundrum will reach its conclusion this summer, with either David de Gea or Dean Henderson leaving the club, although Jan Oblak has been linked to United and has commented on the speculation.

"I can't see the future, neither myself nor the club nor anyone can. It will depend on a lot of factors, such as if the club needs to sell any players or not. "I'm here, I'm happy. We'll see what the future brings," Oblak said.

Regarding other transfer news, United continue to be heavily linked with Borussia Dortmund's Jadon Sancho.

Southgate on Rashford's fitness

Gareth Southgate has given an update on Marcus Rashford's fitness.

"We haven’t seen him on the grass but I’ve spoken with him and he assures me he’s happy with where he’s at, so we go from there," Southgate said.

Marcus Rashford of Manchester United (Image: Tullio Puglia - UEFA/UEFA via Getty Images)

OPINION: Manchester United might be about to make a managerial decision one year too early

For the next few weeks one topic of conversation will likely dictate much of the conversation between Manchester United fans.

Was the past season under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer really one of progress?

Defeat in the Europa League final to La Liga side Villarreal certainly left a sour taste in the mouth only days after finishing the Premier League campaign unbeaten away from home, but for every positive there seems one negative to counterbalance it.

An important thing to clarify is that 'progress' and 'success' are both very different words. Winning a major European trophy would have been an undeniable piece of progress after three trophyless seasons, but again that does not necessarily equate to success for a club of such magnitude.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been unable to bring any silverware to United so far

Harry Maguire will be on the plane

Final England squad for Euro 2020 confirmed with four Manchester United included

Gareth Southgate has named his final 26-man England squad for Euro 2020, with several Manchester United and Manchester City players selected.

A provisional 33-man squad was named last week ahead of this summer's tournament as Southgate picked extra players to fill training while his United, City and Chelsea contingent were busy playing European finals.

United will have four players representing the Three Lions this summer, with Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw, Dean Henderson and Marcus Rashford all making the final cut.

England manager Gareth Southgate has named his 26-man squad (Image: Eddie Keogh - The FA/The FA via Getty Images)

Here's your full England team...

England's 26-man squad for Euro 2020 announced

Manchester United have four players in England's squad for this summer's European Championships.

Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw, Dean Henderson and Marcus Rashford are all included.

ICYMI: Greenwood out of England squad

If you've been preoccupied today, the big new is Mason Greenwood is out of the England squad.

Gareth Southgate's 26-man squad for the European Championships will be announced in less than 15 minutes time but the United forward will not be present due to injury.

De Gea arrives on Spain duty

All eyes are cast towards the European Championships and David de Gea arrived at the Spain camp earlier today.

Shaw spotted wearing cast

Manchester United full-back Luke Shaw is expected to be among the names in Gareth Southgate's 26-man squad for the European Championships.

However, with that announcement imminent, Shaw has been spotted wearing a cast on his wrist.

While it doesn't rule him out of contention at Euro 2020, it does put his involvement in England's pre-tournament warm-up against Austria tomorrow in doubt.

Cavani named Player of the Month

Edinson Cavani has been crowned Manchester United's Player of the Month, the final award of the season.

Five goals in six appearances saw him beat Scott McTominay and Mason Greenwood in the running.

Cavani netted a brace against Roma in the second-leg of the Europa League semi-final, a header against Aston Villa and a superb effort against Fulham which is among the nominations for Premier League Goal of the Season.

He also found the net in United's Europa League final defeat to Villarreal.

Joao Ferreira leaves United

Portuguese side Santa Clara have announced that Joao Ferreira has joined the club as their sporting director.

The 36-year-old will leave his position as a scout for United, with Portuguese media saying he 'endorsed' United's signings of Victor Lindelof and Bruno Fernandes.

Ferreira departs United after a five-year stint at Old Trafford.

Sevilla set Kounde price

Days after Jules Kounde spoke about potentially sealing a transfer to a 'big club', another boost has been issued.

Diario de Sevilla reports the Spanish side are prepared to accept a sale for a price of €70m, €10m lower than his release clause.

United have looked at the French defender in their hunt for a new central defender this summer.

Photo by Fran Santiago/Getty Images

United set for cash windfall if Lukaku seals transfer

Romelu Lukaku's future is under speculation once again, with Serie A winners Inter Milan needing to offload players this summer.

Chelsea and Manchester City have been touted as candidates to sign the former Manchester United striker - and it will hand Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side a boost.

The MEN understands that United's sale of Lukaku to Inter included a sell-on clause, meaning they will receive a fee as part of any sale of the striker.

Romelu Lukaku of FC Internazionale (Image: Nicolò Campo/LightRocket via Getty Images)

England squad

Slightly later than originally expected for the England squad, with Gareth Southgate's 26-man selection for the European Championships due at 5pm.

Mason Greenwood is out of the running, withdrawing due to injury, but Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw, Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard are among those in contention.

England manager Gareth Southgate has named his 26-man squad (Image: Eddie Keogh - The FA/The FA via Getty Images)

Goal of the season

Manchester United have two contenders in the running for Goal of the Season, with Bruno Fernandes and Edinson Cavani nominated for their strikes against Everton and Fulham respectively.

Solskjaer nominated for Manager of the Year

The Premier League has announced the five contenders for the Manager of the Year award, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer among them.

The United boss is joined by Man City's Pep Guardiola, Leicester's Brendan Rodgers, West Ham's David Moyes and Leeds' Marcelo Bielsa.

Coman agent negotiating with United

The agent of Bayern Munich winger Kingsley Coman is negotiating with Manchester United regarding a potetial transfer, it's been claimed.

Bild reports that Pini Zahavi has been instructed to negotiate with English clubs, with United, Man City and Chelsea named as suitors.

However, the report also adds that it is unlikely the France international will leave before the summer of 2022.

Bayern Munich coach Hansi Flick with Kingsley Coman

Sporting battle to keep Goncalves

Following Manchester United's success with Bruno Fernandes, it's suggested a similar move could be on the cards.

Portuguese outlet Record, via the Star, state Sporting CP face a battle to retain the services of Pedro Goncalves amid rising interest.

Liverpool and United are said to be rivals in the market for the 22-year-old, who is a product of the Wolves academy.

Pedro Goncalves of Sporting CP (Image: Valter Gouveia/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Bruno Fernandes nominated for Premier League player of the season

Bruno Fernandes is the only United representative on the list.

United announce new travel supplier partnership

United have announced that Sports Breaks have become the official travel supply partner for the club.

A statement on the club website reads: " will also offer Official Supporter Travel services for Manchester United season ticket holders and Executive Club members for domestic and European away games.

" will be the exclusive provider of Match Break packages, ensuring that there is only one place to go if you are a Manchester United supporter looking for the perfect experience to enjoy a game at Old Trafford, with an overnight stay, and opportunity to take in everything else Manchester has to offer.

"United Season Ticket holders and Executive Club members will also be able to rely on for travel to domestic and European away games from next season, providing a crucial service to the club’s most loyal followers."

Wayne Rooney reveals advice from three former United managers

Wayne Rooney says he has spoken to former United managers during his tenure at Derby.

"Sir Alex Ferguson, David Moyes and José Mourinho were good enough to call with advice and captaining both Manchester United and England helped me understand the media side, how to project the right messages," he said in his Sunday Times column.

Sir Alex Ferguson and Wayne Rooney in 2011 (Image: Matthew Peters/Manchester United via Getty Images)

Hannibal Mejbri explains why he has chosen to represent Tunisia

United youngster Hannibal Mejbri says he is 'very proud' to represent the Tunisian national team and believes doing so will be 'like a present' for his parents.

Mejbri, 18, previously represented France at youth level but has now chosen to switch his allegiance to Tunisia and is in contention to make his debut against the Democratic Republic of Congo, Algeria or Mali this month.

Hannibal Mejbri made his United debut vs Wolves on the final day of the Premier League season

Jesse Lingard 'misses out' on England call-up for Euro 2020

United loanee Jesse Lingard will miss out on England's final Euro 2020 squad despite his impressive season for West Ham, according to The Athletic.

Gareth Southgate will name his 26-man squad on Tuesday and it is thought that Lingard will not be included in the final party for this summer's tournament.

Mason Greenwood has also just withdrawn.

Jesse Lingard suffered an injury for West Ham against Newcastle (Image: Getty)

Mason Greenwood withdraws from England Euro 2020 squad

Mason Greenwood will NOT be going to the European Championships.

United 'could launch' Jadon Sancho bid today

Calm down, calm down.

The Express claim United could launch a bid to sign Jadon Sancho today, although it is unlikely such a transfer would take place before the European Championships.

Their article explores the possibility of a move for Sancho this summer and goes as far as to suggest United could make their opening offer imminently.

What Saul Niguez said about United transfer rumours last season

Saul Niguez is once again being linked with a move to United this summer and he has already spoken about the rumours before.

This is what he had to say last season.

"I am very flattered that a club like Manchester United or other teams that ask about me take me into consideration, for me it is very positive.

"And that strong people in those clubs speak well of you means that I am doing things well at Atletico Madrid."

Saul Niguez of Atletico Madrid (Image: David S. Bustamante/Soccrates/Getty Images)

Right summer' for Paul Pogba to return to Juventus

This is speculation as opposed to hard fact, but reports in Italy see it as the right time for Paul Pogba to return to Turin.

Italian newspaper Tuttosport reference Mino Raiola’s latest meeting with Juventus vice-president Pavel Nedved, where Pogba was unsurprisingly on the agenda.

They say Pogba could finally return to Juve this summer if Cristiano Ronaldo leaves, while there is even a slight suggestion that a swap-deal could take place.

Paul Pogba of Manchester United (Image: Ash Donelon/Manchester United via Getty Images)

Uefa president reveals Woodward and Glazer chats over European Super League

Uefa president Aleksander Ceferin has lifted the lid on recent talks with both Ed Woodward and Joel Glazer in the wake of the European Super League scandal.

Manchester United were one of the proposed founding members of the failed ESL with co-owner Joel Glazer initially supporting plans to start it 'as soon as practicable', while executive vice-chairman Woodward was skewered by Ceferin over his role in the proposals.

Joel Glazer (2nd L) Avram Glazer (C) and Ed Woodward prepare to ring the Opening Bell at the New York Stock Exchange on August 10, 2012

United 'could battle' Man City for three signings this summer

This seems to be filling in the blanks rather than any truth, but The Mirror claim United could battle Man City three times this summer.

They say both Manchester clubs are keen on transfers for Harry Kane, Jack Grealish and Declan Rice.

Declan Rice of West Ham United celebrates (Image: 2021 Getty Images)

Cristiano Ronaldo summer transfer becoming 'increasingly likely'

It's that man again.

The latest news from Corriere Dello Sport is that a summer transfer for Cristiano Ronaldo is becoming increasingly likely.

They cite Juventus' financial concerns as a key reason for a possible sale, stating United and PSG are monitoring the superstar's situation.

Fred relishing Brazil call-up

Fred is back in the Brazil squad ahead of the rescheduled Cop America.

United 'have provisionally agreed' personal terms with Jadon Sancho 'but are yet to bid for him'

Another summer, another Jadon Sancho transfer saga.

German outlet Sport1 claims personal terms are already in place between United and Sancho regarding any possible transfer, meaning there is one less hurdle to overcome this time around.

They say United have effectively already got the player's approval for a move and so would only need to agree a fee with Borussia Dortmund to make it official.

United want to send four youngsters out on loan transfers

United will look to secure loan moves for youngsters Ethan Galbraith, Dylan Levitt, Matej Kovar and Di'Shon Bernard next season.

MEN Sport understands the young quartet are among those in the United Under-23s squad under consideration for loans, as the club looks to kick on with many players' development this summer.

Ethan Galbraith in actions Manchester United U23s last August (Image: 2020 AMA Sports Photo Agency)

United working on signings after latest transfer meeting

United are continuing to work on reinforcing their squad after manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer attended their latest recruitment meeting last week.

The United technical chief scout Mick Court drafted up a shortlist of targets in January and the director of football negotiations Matt Judge has held dialogue with various players' representatives in recent months.

United are interested in Raphael Varane, Declan Rice and Jadon Sancho, while Solskjaer refused to rule out a move for a striker amid Harry Kane's desire to leave Tottenham.

Jan Oblak asked about his future amid transfer links to Manchester United

Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak was coy on his future when asked about the possibility of him moving on from the Spanish club.

Reports have emerged in recent weeks suggesting United are plotting an audacious swoop for Oblak and are prepared to use David de Gea as a makeweight in the deal, attempting to remove the Spaniard's hefty £375,000-per-week earnings from the wage bill.

While it seemed the momentum was firmly behind Dean Henderson as the battle for the number one role at Old Trafford was beginning to reach its conclusion, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer threw this into doubt when preferring De Gea in the final few weeks.

However, if the fresh details of United's interest in Oblak are true, then it could suggest that neither stopper could be at the club next campaign, which would be a spectacular and unexpected development.



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