Manchester United transfer news LIVE Jadon Sancho to Man Utd latest as bid 'expected this week'

 Follow the latest Man Utd news, transfer rumours and reaction to England's Euro 2020 victory over Croatia.


Manchester United only had one player who featured in England's Euro 2020 win over Croatia, as Marcus Rashford came off the bench in the 1-0 win at Wembley.

United players Dean Henderson and Luke Shaw remained unused substitutes, with Harry Maguire not yet fit enough to be considered for selection. Man City star Raheem Sterling was the Three Lions' hero on the day, as Gareth Southgate's side started the tournament in confident fashion.

There was no place in the matchday squad of 23 for Jadon Sancho against Croatia, with Southgate having to leave out three of his 26-man squad for the game. That shouldn't deter United as they try to sign the Borussia Dortmund winger.

England's Harry Kane and Kieran Trippier are also of interest to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men this summer, with the transfer window now well and truly open.


Burnley in 'advanced talks' to sign Ashley Young

Former United player Ashley Young could sign for Burnley this summer.

That is according to SkySports who claim Burnley are close to signing the Inter Milan left-back.

It's said Young has great respect for Burnley boss Sean Dyche, who was his captain at Watford when Young started his career, and it's claimed the Clarets could offer a one year deal, with the option of a further 12 months.


OPINION: England and Spain show why key Manchester United transfer decision won't be perfect

If David de Gea misses out on a starting spot for Spain in their Euro 2020 opener against Sweden tonight it will complete an unwanted double for Manchester United and might well highlight the predicament facing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer this summer.

De Gea is expected to only make the bench for La Roja and that won't be a surprise. The 30-year-old hasn't started any of his country's last eight games, with Athletic Bilbao goalkeeper Unai Simon taking over for seven successive fixtures until a youthful side was fielded against Lithuania last week.

Spain lost the last game De Gea started, a Nations League fixture in Ukraine, with the Manchester United goalkeeper's positioning picked apart for Viktor Tsygankov's goal. After the match Luis Enrique defended De Gea, saying blaming him had "become an obsession", but his selections since suggest he has lost faith as well.

While Enrique hasn't confirmed who will start in goal in Seville tonight, it would be a surprise if it wasn't Simon, a good goalkeeper, but evidently not one of the world's best.


Dortmund's Bellingham stance

Borussia Dortmund are preparing a fresh contract offer for England sensation Jude Bellingham, Bild claims.

The Bundesliga side won the race for the talented teenager last summer and he enjoyed a stellar debut campaign with the club, raising interest in his services once again.

Still just 17, Bellingham came on as a sub for England in the Euro 2020 victory over Croatia and Dortmund have no intention of approving a sale.

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