Man Utd ‘£65m plus add-ons Frenkie de Jong offer’, Cristiano Ronaldo ‘worried’ by United window, Timber transfer back on

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CRISTIANO RONALDO is reportedly concerned by Man Utd’s transfer window so far.

The five-time Ballon d’Or winner is said to be worried that the Red Devils will fall further behind the likes of Liverpool and Man City, who have signed Darwin Nunez and Erling Haaland respectively.

The report from Spain adds that Ronaldo, 37, would like what could be his last season at the highest level to be a trophy-winning campaign.

However, the Red Devils could probably cheer Ronaldo up somewhat by bringing in Frenkie de Jong.

It is reported that they will make a bid of £65m plus add-ons for the Barcelona star this week.

SunSport also revealed earlier this week that United are close to landing a £40million deal for Ajax winger Antony.

And there are rumours that a move for Jurrien Timber could be back on, despite Louis van Gaal warning the defender against joining United if he wants to make his Holland World Cup squad.

Former Red Devils boss Van Gaal cautioned Timber that he would only consider players who are playing regularly for their clubs.

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  • Utd fifth favourites for title

    Manchester City and Liverpool are favourites to be crowned 2022-23 Premier League champions.

    That’s according to bookmakers Betfair, who are predicting another two-horse race with Pep Guardiola’s Citizens available at 4/7 and Liverpool at 12/5.

    The dust has settled on the 2021-22 campaign with Manchester City landing their fourth title in the last five years.

    But it’s a quick turnaround with less than 50 days until the new 2022-23 season starts on August 6th, with the fixtures now released.

    It will include a six-week mid-season break to accommodate the World Cup in Qatar with the final round of fixtures to be played on the final weekend in May.

    Manchester City are odds-on favourites at 4/7 to defend their crown.

    And it’s easy to see why given they’ve already added Norwegian superstar Erling Haaland to their ranks.

    Betfair odds

    • Manchester City – 4/7
    • Liverpool – 12/5
    • Tottenham – 14/1
    • Chelsea – 16/1
    • Manchester United – 25/1
    • Arsenal – 40/1
    • Newcastle – 100/1
  • Chelsea vs Utd for Rabiot

    Chelsea could battle Manchester United for Adrien Rabiot.

    That’s after Thomas Tuchel made direct contact with the Juventus midfielder this week.

    The Mail claims Rabiot is set for a fresh start after three years in Turin.

    The France international joined on a free transfer from Paris Saint-Germain in 2019.

    And Rabiot has gone on to score six times in 129 appearances.

    Man Utd boss Erik ten Hag is said to be a big fan of the resilient playmaker.

    The Mail claims Rabiot is set for a fresh start after three years in Turin.

    The France international joined on a free transfer from Paris Saint-Germain in 2019.

    And Rabiot has gone on to score six times in 129 appearances.

    Man Utd boss Erik ten Hag is said to be a big fan of the resilient playmaker.

  • Harry might lose skipper role

    Manchester United are set to keep Harry Maguire at Old Trafford this summer.

    But Maguire could be in danger of losing the captain’s armband under new manager Erik ten Hag.

    According to the Mail, the centre-back’s captaincy situation is “up in the air”.

    While the Red Devils will keep the England international, they could look to flog any of Eric Bailly, Phil Jones and Axel Tuanzebe.

    Should they successfully clear room, the Manchester giants will go after another centre-back this summer

  • Four-club Fab fight

    Arsenal and Newcastle lead the transfer race ahead of Manchester United and Manchester City for Napoli star Fabian Ruiz.

    That’s according to Corriere dello Sport, who claim the Partenopei want £26million for Ruiz.

    The Serie A giants still hope to keep the 26-year-old but might cash in this summer as he only has one year left on his contract.

    The Spain international amassed a total of seven goals and five assists in 38 appearances across all competitions last season.

  • Utd and Brentford duel for Eriksen as ‘Spurs pull out’

    Tottenham look set to reject the chance to re-sign former star Christian Eriksen, who has been linked with Manchester United.

    Eriksen, who spent seven seasons at Spurs between 2013-2020, will soon be a free agent when his short-term contract at Brentford expires on June 30.

    A romantic return to North London had been touted but SunSport understands Antonio Conte’s side is likely to focus on other targets instead.

    This leaves the path clear for the likes of United and Brentford to fight it out for the services of the 30-year-old, who is understood to be seeking a relatively long-term deal.

  • Louis Saha’s shock claim

    Former Manchester United ace Louis Saha has backed Everton and manager Frank Lampard to break into the Premier League ‘Big Six’ next season.

    The ex-striker even believes the Toffees can break into the top four after a turbulent season that almost saw them getting relegated.

    Saha told BoyleSports EPL Betting: “A lot of teams in the Premier League can be in the top six and become the challenger to the top four and Everton can be one of those teams.

    “It just depends how you start the season and how well you manage the confidence within the team”

  • United linked with Porto ace

    Manchester United could bid more than £60million for Porto star Evanilson.

    The Brazilian’s agent Marcio Barros claims only Brighton have so far made a formal offer for the 22-year-old.

    Barros spoke out after reports in Portugal that United had bid around £53m, compared to the £70m Porto are said to want.

    The striker, capped only at Under-23 level, notched 21 goals and five assists in 45 games last season

  • Antony asking price

    Ajax will demand £40million for Manchester United transfer target Antony.

    That’s the claim from the Netherlands as the forward tops new United chief Erik ten Hag’s list of wing targets.

    Ten Hag also fancies Edson Alvarez, Jurrien Timber and Lisandro Martinez from his former club.

    The Dutchman is looking to turn the Red Devils into Premier League contenders again

  • Pogba’s hero’s welcome

    Former Manchester United star Paul Pogba has swapped his Old Trafford woes for a hero’s reception in Guinea.

    Pogba has ended his underwhelming six-year stay at United and appears set to rejoin Juventus on a four-year deal.

    The midfielder received a rapturous welcome as he visited his parents’ Guinean home country on Tuesday.

    Thousands of fans turned out to greet the France international as he paraded through capital city Conakry in an open-topped vehicle.

    The 29-year-old is due to play in a charity game to benefit the West African country

    Ex-Man Utd star Paul Pogba is given hero’s welcome and swarmed by thousands during trip to Ghana
  • Neville slams Glazers

    Manchester United legend Gary Neville slammed the Glazers’ plan to take £11million in dividends from the club and urged them to invest in the stadium and training ground instead.

    Neville tweeted: “The Glazer Family should NOT be taking £11m in dividends this Friday.

    “It isn’t right with the investment needed in the team, stadium and training ground.

    “The club’s cash position is low compared to previous years. An announcement is needed to halt it for the next three years minimum”

  • Real target Garnacho

    Real Madrid are keeping tabs on Manchester United wonderkid Alejandro Garnacho after earning praise from Lionel Messi.

    Garnacho enjoyed a breakout season with United’s Under-18s as he registered a total of 14 goals and six assists in 34 appearances across all competitions.

    The winger is now being tipped for a first-team role under new boss Erik ten Hag and the Red Devils are set to offer him a new lucrative deal.

    According to DefensaCentral, however, Real are keeping tabs on the Argentina international’s contract negotiations as they could swoop in.

    The 17-year-old earned an unexpected call-up by Argentina manager Lionel Scaloni.

    The Argentine never managed to start for United’s first team but he still got to train alongside his country’s finest and earned admiration from Messi himself.

  • Maguire to stay

    Manchester United are set to keep Harry Maguire at Old Trafford this summer.

    But Maguire could be in danger of losing the captain’s armband under new manager Erik ten Hag.

    According to the Mail, the centre-back’s captaincy situation is “up in the air”.

    While the Red Devils will keep the England international, they could look to flog any of Eric Bailly, Phil Jones and Axel Tuanzebe.

    Should they successfully clear room, the Manchester giants will go after another centre-back this summer

  • Man Utd’s Kie signing

    Manchester United are set to launch a mega-money bid for Barcelona star Frenkie de Jong.

    Mundo Deportivo report that United manager Erik ten Hag is desperate to finally land his first signing.

    And an offer worth £65million plus add-ons is set to be made this week for the midfielder

    The offer could be enough to tempt broke Barca into selling the Netherlands international.

    They told United earlier this month to cough up £74m for the 25-year-old.

    But the add-ons from the Red Devils’ offer may total up to hit that figure

  • Fabian Ruiz transfer war

    Arsenal and Newcastle lead the transfer race ahead of Manchester United and Manchester City for Napoli ace Fabian Ruiz.

    That’s the claim from Corriere dello Sport, who state the Partenopei want £26million for Ruiz.

    The Serie A giants still hope to keep the 26-year-old but may cash in this summer as he only has one year left on his contract.

    The Spain international, who is also targeted by United, amassed a total of seven goals and five assists in 38 appearances across all competitions last season

  • Eriksen transfer boost

    Tottenham look set to reject the chance to re-sign former star Christian Eriksen, who has been linked with Manchester United.

    Eriksen, who spent seven seasons at Spurs between 2013-2020, will soon be a free agent when his short-term contract at Brentford expires on June 30.

    A romantic return to North London had been touted but SunSport understands Antonio Conte’s side is likely to focus on other targets instead.

    This leaves the path clear for the likes of United and Brentford to fight it out for the services of the 30-year-old, who is understood to be seeking a relatively long-term deal

  • Martial-Bailly situation

    Manchester United are looking to offload Anthony Martial and Eric Bailly in the summer transfer window.

    United are having a nightmare trying to find a buyer for Martial due to his sky-high wages.

    Thus, the Red Devils are ready to accept a big hit on the £38.5million they paid for him with cut-price offers of around £20m ready to be heard.

    The Manchester giants are also actively trying to find a buyer for Bailly having offered him to Newcastle but that was met with a lukewarm response.

    As with Martial, United are ready to take a hit on the 28-year-old with an asking price of just £8.5million

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  • Man Utd clearout

    Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand has suggested his former club could sell at least two defenders in a huge transfer clear-out this summer.

    Ferdinand told his Vibe with Five YouTube show: “I’ll be interested to see what Ten Hag does in that area.

    “We’re talking about the young lad, [Jurrien] Timber, at Ajax, a small centre-half.

    “I’ll be interested to see what happens with [Raphael] Varane, [Victor] Lindelof and [Harry] Maguire, [Eric] Bailly as well, I think one or two of those will go”

  • Man Utd still target Timber

    Manchester United are still chasing after Ajax star Jurrien Timber during the summer transfer window.

    That is according to United Stand presenter Mark Goldbridge, who reports the Red Devils will continue to push for Timber.

    Goldbridge tweeted: “United still haven’t given up on Timber.”

    New United manager Erik ten Hag has targeted a number of his former Ajax stars, such as Frenkie de Jong, Antony and Edson Alvarez

  • Man Utd still target Timber

    Manchester United are still chasing after Ajax star Jurrien Timber during the summer transfer window.

    That is according to United Stand presenter Mark Goldbridge, who reports the Red Devils will continue to push for Timber.

    Goldbridge tweeted: “United still haven’t given up on Timber.”

    New United manager Erik ten Hag has targeted a number of his former Ajax stars, such as Frenkie de Jong, Antony and Edson Alvarez

  • Cristiano Ronaldo “worried”

    Cristiano Ronaldo is “worried” about Manchester United’s transfer business this summer.

    That is according to AS, who report that Ronaldo is apprehensive about the upcoming campaign, which could mark one of his last at elite level.

    The 37-year-old forward reportedly believes there should be more reinforcement after United experienced their worst ever Premier League season.

    That becomes even more critical amid their rivals’ ongoing business with Erling Haaland and Darwin Nunez joining Manchester City and Liverpool respectively this month

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  • Sam Johnstone deal

    Former Manchester United goalkeeper Sam Johnstone has agreed to join Crystal Palace on a free transfer.

    Johnstone will leave West Brom when his contract expires at the end of this month.

    According to transfer guru Fabrizio Romano, the keeper has a deal in place to join Palace.

    Johnstone, who will become manager Patrick Vieira’s first signing of the summer and will join Vicente Guaita as well as Jack Butland as an option between the sticks

  • Frenkie de Jong latest

    Manchester United and Barcelona have been in “direct contact” today over Frenkie de Jong.

    However, Barca are refusing to budge on their £74million valuation of De Jong.

    According to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, the two clubs will continue their negotiations to see if a deal can be done.

    New United manager Erik ten Hag wants to be reunited with his former Ajax star.

    The midfielder left Amsterdam for the Nou Camp in a deal worth up to £75m three years ago and is under contract until 2026

  • Man Utd’s Bach-up plan

    Manchester United are eyeing a shock swoop for Watford goalkeeper Daniel Bachmann.

    A backup to David De Gea is on United manager Erik Ten Hag’s shopping list, with Dean Henderson closing in on a switch to Nottingham Forest.

    And United are considering a move for Bachmann, according to GOAL.

    The 27-year-old played 13 times for the Hornets last season, and largely played second fiddle to Ben Foster between the sticks at Vicarage Road.

    It’s claimed a deal worth £4million would be enough to seal a swoop for the Austria international

  • Ronaldo’s TikTok dance

    Manchester United superstar Cristiano Ronaldo showed off his loose hips as he danced topless alongside niece Alicia Aveiro while holidaying in Majorca.

    Ronaldo’s TikTok dance cameo comes after his £1.7million Bugatti was crashed into a wall by one of his bodyguards.

    The star forward is getting ready for another season with United after new manager Erik ten Hag confirmed he is part of his plans.

    The Portugal international was the Red Devils’ saving grace after their worst ever season last term

    Cristiano Ronaldo seen for first time since £1.7m Bugatti crash as Man Utd star dances topless with family in Majorca
  • Christian Eriksen ‘undecided’

    Manchester United transfer target Christian Eriksen is still undecided on his future.

    That’s according to Brentford boss Thomas Frank who hopes to retain Eriksen’s services next season after his loan spell.

    Frank told AS: “I know we still have a chance and I hope he will make a decision in two weeks.

    “The agreement is that he will call me and tell me what he wants to do. He hasn’t decided yet”







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