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Fernando Llorente has emerged as a shock transfer target for Manchester UnitedCredit: AFP or licensors
Gianluca di Marzio has revealed United are looking at a move for the 6ft 4in centre-forward.


The former Athletic Bilbao, Juventus, Sevilla and Swansea man has a vast array of experience and would be considered a back-up option if Romelu Lukaku is sold.

Lukaku has gone AWOL with the 27-year-old choosing to train at Vincent Kompany's Anderlecht while he forces through a move to either Juventus or Inter Milan.

While the English window shuts on August 8, many of their rival European countries can continue trading players until September 2.


Harry Maguire, Aaron Wan-Bissake and Daniel James all shone as United hit Chelsea for four without reply at Old Trafford.

More from Mourinho on Maguire: “He deserved Man of the Match. He was solid as a rock.

“He was fantastic. I think he gave the team confidence – a team can be dangerous in attack, but if you think a defensive mistake is around the corner, it takes away your confidence.

“When you feel that, it allows you to be more confident in all areas.

“With Maguire, they have a very, very good player.”


IT was some performance from United's new kids on the block.

His final strike for the North London club was the infamous Champions League quarter-final goal in the crazy 4-3 second-leg defeat to Manchester City where replays showed it came off his hand.

FORMER United boss Jose Mourinho belives Harry Maguire can shine after his record-breaking move to Old Trafford.

The Special One was in the Sky Sports studio before United stepped out to face Chelsea on Super Sunday – and gave his opinion on the £85million addition.

He said: “He’s [Maguire] an English player knows the Premier League had a good pre season was just waiting for the move to United.

“He's a good defender and he’s adapted so I don’t see any problem with him playing.”

Whilst fellow pundit Jamie Carragher praised the 'warrior' mentality of the England centre-back, who put in some huge tackles during the first-half.

Carragher said: “By signing someone like Maguire – a warrior, someone who wants to win and knows the game, is technically sound and a good defender – you can start to change that whole process that has been going on over the past two years.

“Make no mistake about it, £80m is an awful lot of money for a defender – it's astronomical. It's too much money, but United have got a really good defender that will hopefully change the dynamic.”
United are concerned about their striking options, with Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial two of just a few centre-forwards at the club, although the latter prefers to be used as a winger.

Youth prospect Mason Greenwood has also emerged during pre-season, but at 17 years old, Solskjaer may want to manage his game time.


CHELSEA face Manchester United in the first heavyweight clash of the new season.
PAUL POGBA could still be lured back to Juventus from Manchester United this summer, according to reports.

Pogba, 26, has been the subject of much speculation and the Frenchman was linked with a move to Real Madrid.

Los Blancos boss Zinedine Zidane was keen on signing his compatriot, but president Florentino Perez objected and he is trying to push ahead with a deal for Paris Saint-Germain's Neymar.

Juventus, meanwhile, were very eager to sign Pogba last week and supposedly offered three players – Paulo Dybala, Mario Mandzukic and Blaise Matuidi to complete a deal.

Although the Premier League transfer window has shut, European clubs can still snap up players.

Sunday Express Sport claim Juve are hatching a transfer plan to tempt Pogba to head back to Turin.
Frank Lampard faces Man United in his first competitive match as Chelsea boss
Harry Maguire makes debut for United, whilst Mason Mount and Tammy Abraham play for the Blues.
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MARCUS RASHFORD has aimed a thinly-veiled dig at Jose Mourinho, insisting Manchester United are in a much better place now than they were before the start of last season.

United welcome Chelsea to Old Trafford for their opening Premier League game later this afternoon and will be hoping to hit the ground running.
HIGHLY-RATED Monaco teenager Hannibal Mejbri is heading to Manchester United in a £9.4m deal, subject to Fifa clearance.

The 16-year-old's future has been subject to widespread speculation this summer, with Leicester and Tottenham among those understood to be after the midfielder.

But United have confirmed that they have “reached an agreement with Monaco for Hannibal Mejbri to join the club subject to Fifa approval”.

According to PA, the Ligue 1 club will receive half of the agreed fee up front and the rest in potential add-ons.

Mejbri has already featured in the Uefa Youth League and represented France at youth level.
Speaking to Sky Sports before United's clash against Chelsea, Rashford said: “It's been good. It's been tough, but as a team I feel we've taken a lot of strides forward, so it's been worth it.

“It's so clear to see the difference in terms of intensity, especially without the ball.

“That's where we've taken a lot of strides forward. It definitely feels different. For starters, physically we're at a much better position than we were this time last year, going into the season.

“We're already three or four steps ahead of where we were last season, and now it's about putting the fundamentals down about how we're going to play.”


MANCHESTER UNITED legend Rio Ferdinand admitted he was left disappointed the club didn't sign midfielder Bruno Fernandes this summer.

In many media outlets it was reported that it was practically a done deal to bring the 24-year-old in from Sporting Lisbon.

But a move failed to materialise to either Old Trafford or to Tottenham, who were also believed to be tracking the Portuguese international.
GARY NEVILLE has become embroiled in a fierce argument with Manchester United fans and even a former teammate over the Glazers Out movement.

Ex-Red Devils defender John O'Kane joined in the voices angered by Neville's description of the campaign to dislodge the Old Trafford owners as “like a fly attacking an elephant”.

After one United fan account accused the player-turned-pundit of being a “Glazer apologist”, Nev took exception.

Neville replied: “From muppets on here who think something trending or an ex player having a go will move the owners out of the club!

“Owners don’t leave clubs unless they want to or are being hurt commercially.

“A bit of noise on here isn’t going to do a jot! It’s like a fly attacking an elephant!”
Speaking on BT Sport, the former United captain said: “I love the fact that he’s invested his belief on [Marcus] Rashford and [Anthony] Martial by getting rid of [Romelu] Lukaku.

“I was surprised he didn’t go into the midfielder area. I would have loved the idea of Bruno Fernandes.
AJAX prodigy Donny van de Beek has confirmed talks over a potential move to Real Madrid are ongoing – dealing a blow to Paul Pogba's hopes of joining Los Blancos.

The La Liga giants chased the French World Cup winner all summer with Manchester United holding out for £180million.
MAN UTD missed a trick in not signing Tottenham star Christian Eriksen as he would have made a 'big difference' to the side, according to Paul Scholes.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer kept tabs on the Danish midfielder, 27, and United were willing to pay £80million for his services.

The Danish midfielder has also been on Real Madrid's radar, but SunSport claim he could end up staying at Spurs.

Scholes said: “I was quite excited when Christian Eriksen got mentioned.

“He could have made a big difference to United in the way [Kevin] De Bruyne plays for City, creating chances and scoring goals.

“They haven't got that but they have some good players so the target is top four and I think they will make it.”
Reports claimed earlier this month that Los Blancos had already agreed a £60m fee with Ajax for the Dutch star.

And the midfielder has now confirmed that his move is edging closer with all sides working to get the deal over the line.

Van de Beek said: “There are still negotiations. I would like things to be resolved as soon as possible.

“When I am at the stadium and playing, I don’t ever think about my possible move.”
“He must be looking to rekindle Paul Pogba’s form. They need to have a performance against Chelsea that shows they are on the right track.”

Old Trafford chiefs failed to meet the £63m asking price for Fernandes this summer.

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