Manchester United transfer news LIVE Jadon Sancho and Luke Shaw plus Camavinga latest news

The latest transfer gossip, team news and injury updates as Man Utd focus on their third summer signing.

The European Championship isn't over yet for Manchester United players after Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw shone during England's win over Denmark on Wednesday night.

Marcus Rashford and imminent signing Jadon Sancho were unused subs on the bench, as an own goal from Simon Kjaer and an extra-time strike from Harry Kane secured an emotional victory for Gareth Southgate's side.

Meanwhile, in transfer news, United have been joined in the race for Eduardo Camavinga by Chelsea, it's been reported in France. United are said to be close to making a bid for the French teenager, but might have competition from their Premier League rivals and also Real Madrid.

It has also been claimed that PSG have made contact with Paul Pogba's representatives to discuss a potential transfer this summer, with the United midfielder heading into the final year of his contract at United.

Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw react to England Euro 2020 win

Manchester United's England internationals have taken to social media to celebrate the Three Lions' historic Euro 2020 win.

England progressed to the European Championship final on Wednesday night after beating Denmark 2-1 in extra-time and they'll have the opportunity to write themselves into football history when taking on Italy in the tournament's centre-piece on Sunday night.

Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw and Marcus Rashford are all playing at Euro 2020 with England and, while the latter has struggled for minutes, United's defenders have played a key role in taking the nation to the new and uncharted territory that is the final.

Since Maguire's return from injury, the United captain has been outstanding for England while Shaw has effortlessly converted his electric club form onto the international stage, which has seen him deliver some excellent performances for Gareth Southgate's side.

Maguire and Rice celebrate.

Manchester United football director John Murtough impressing in meetings

Manchester United's new hierarchy is impressing the club's contacts as they continue with business in the transfer window.

Sources have told the Manchester Evening News that the United football director John Murtough and technical director Darren Fletcher have impressed during meetings ahead of the new season.

United have expanded their player care infrastructure and Murtough is responsible for communicating the strategy of the club beyond transfer window dealings.

Murtough was installed as the football director in March partly due to his experience of jointly running the academy and recruiting for the women's team in 2018.

Players have also spoken highly of Murtough, who has been at United for seven-and-a-half years. Fletcher officially returned to the club in January but was privy to plans for United's resrtucture two years ago.

(Image: 2021 Manchester United FC)

ICYMI: England player ratings vs Denmark: Sterling superb and Shaw lively as Euro 2020 final reached

Jordan Pickford: Loose passing early on and at fault for the Denmark opener. Remained a little erratic throughout but redeemed himself with commanding claims from crosses. 5

Kyle Walker: Pace saved England at the back on numerous occasions though his attacking play was limited. Well disciplined throughout. 7

John Stones: Some loose passes but settled well and remained clever with the ball at his feet. 6

Harry Maguire: A calming presence at the back and a constant threat from set-pieces. Harshly booked. 7

Luke Shaw: Lively down the left and continued threatening partnership with Sterling. Attacking threat dwindled slightly but his delivery was spot-on once again. 7

England players celebrate after Harry Kane's winner (Image: LAURENCE GRIFFITHS/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

Southampton want Brandon Williams loan

Southampton are confident of securing Brandon Williams on loan this summer.

That is according to the Daily Mail who report the South Coast club are making progress for the youngster after last year's talks to bring the versatile full-back to the club on a temporary deal collapsed.

Williams and Chong.

England win over Denmark reminds Manchester United of growing transfer issue

The main talking points from a United perspective as England defeated Denmark last night.

United need to sign a defensive midfielder and Declan Rice is on their wish list (Image: Catherine Ivill/Pool/AFP via Getty Images))

United 'ahead of competition' to sign Camavinga

Manchester United are 'ahead of the competition' in the hunt to sign Rennes midfielder Eduardo Camavinga, according to reports.

French newspaper L'Equipe states that United's interest in the teenager is not dependent on Paul Pogba's future at Old Trafford, with the World Cup winner's future under scrutiny as he enters the final 12 months of his contract.

Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus have been attributed with an interest in landing Pogba but, crucially, a move for Camavinga could happen even if Pogba remains at the club.

It's said a fee of around €40m would be enough for Rennes to accept a sale, with the Ligue 1 side set to accept Camavinga's departure as he too is in the final year of his contract.

Real Madrid and PSG are widely reported to be in the hunt for the 18-year-old, who is widely recognised as one of the finest young players breaking through right now.

Eduardo Camavinga is expected to leave Rennes this summer with his contract entering it's final year. (Image: (Photo by John Berry/Getty Images))

Haaland reacts to Sancho's United transfer

Erling Haaland doesn't seem too pleased that Jadon Sancho is joining Manchester United.

After waiting a year to agree a deal, United and Borussia Dortmund settled on a £73million fee for Sancho last week.

His progression at Dortmund has been helped in no small part by his flourishing relationship with striker Haaland, with the pair combining to devastating effect in the Bundesliga.

However, Sancho has earned his move back to the Premier League, and it seems Haaland is still not over the news as he reacted to one of his former teammates' latest Instagram post.

Uploading a picture from the England camp ahead of their Euro 2020 semi-final with Denmark on Wednesday, Sancho looked in good spirits as he looks to keep his place in the Three Lions starting XI. He captioned the post with a grinning emoji.

Photo by Maja Hitij/Getty Images