Hey reader, welcome to The Weekly Round-Up. Here you can catch a glimpse of all the transfer news throughout the last week. Our aim is to keep you up to date with all of the reliable news regarding Manchester United, so you don’t miss a thing. So let’s not waste any time and get straight to it.
Manchester United were back in action on Sunday, after a two week international break. It turned out to be a successful outing for the reds with Mason Greenwood scoring the winner in the 2-1 win against Brighton.
It has been a week full of action off the field with Zidane Iqbal and Charlie Savage signing their first professional contract with Manchester United. Here is The Weekly Round-Up:
Last week, Simon Jones from The Daily Mail claimed that John Murtough and Ed Woodward met with Edinson Cavani to discuss whether he wants to extend his contract. This was also confirmed by James Ducker from The Telegraph.
Earlier this week, Jonathan Shrager reported that Cavani will decide his future by the end of April. The club have already informed him about their desire to keep him for another season.
West Ham want Jesse Lingard.
Sky Sports have revealed yesterday that West Ham are highly impressed by Jesse Lingard and want to sign him permanently.
The Daily Mail also claimed that West Ham are keen to tie up a permanent deal for Jesse Lingard before the end of the season, with United expected to ask around £30 million for him.
According to Fabrizio Romano, United are still interested in Jadon Sancho. He adds that a future move will be depend on the asking price set by Borussia Dortmund.
Laurie Whitwell from The Athletic has also said that Manchester United are still looking at Sancho.
Andre Silva interest?
The MEN have reported that as of now, United are not interested in signing Andre Silva. The Portuguese striker has been in fine form for Eintracht Frankfurt and has 22 goals in the Bundesliga so far this season.
Van de Beek’s future depends on Pogba.
Laurie Whitwell has reported that, there have been no talks about Donny van de Beek leaving and no feedback from United to suggest they want to sell him. His future will depend on Paul Pogba.
James Ducker said that Van de Beek and United had little interest in the approaches made by other clubs in January. He also pointed out that the Dutchman was signed in anticipation of Pogba leaving this summer.
Jules Koundé and Sven Botman on the list of United
Romano has reported that Joules Kounde is highly regarded by United and is one of the options on United’s list along with Lille centre-back Sven Botman.
Ben White open to join United
The MEN have reported that Ben White is open to the idea of moving to United this summer, but Brighton could command a fee well in excess of £35million. United have been tracking him.
Alex Telles involved in a swap deal?
Earlier this week, Portuguese outlet Record claimed that United have an interest in signing Nuno Mendes  and an English emissary has offered Alex Telles to Sporting as a bargaining chip. However, these rumours were refuted by UOL who claim that Alex Telles has total confidence from Ole Gunnar Solskjær, with United not even considering his departure in the summer.
David de Gea or Dean Henderson?
Fabrizio Romano confirmed that United will make a decision about the futures of David De Gea and Dean Henderson at the end of the season. Fabrizio also suggested that the goalkeepers market in the summer would be very complicated with most of the top clubs happy with their present keepers.
The Daily Mail have reported that De Gea is ready to call time on his United career, with his camp already offering his services to top European clubs. They say that United will seek a transfer fee in the region of £50 million.
Laurie Whitwell has suggested that should De Gea leave, United would clearly need to bring in a second choice goal keeper due to the contractual situations of Lee Grant and Sergio Romero. Andy Mitten added that in the case of a departure, the Spaniard’s wages would likely be subsidised by United.
Pogba does not want to extend
Italian Journalists Gianluca Di Marzio has said that Paul Pogba does not want to extend his contract at Manchester United.
MEN have also claimed that the Frenchman is yet to indicate his desire of signing a new contract at United. A lot hinges on Pogba’s future as pointed out earlier.
Solskjær expected to stay
According to Fabrizio Romano, United are satisfied with Ole Gunnar Solskjær and he’s expected to be the manager next season.
Zidane and Savage put pen to paper
Academy Prospects, Zidane Iqbal and Charlie Savage have signed their first Professional contracts with Manchester United.
As we creep closer to the end of the season and the transfer market, it will be likely that we hear more and more rumours around who United will be looking to sign in the summer transfer window.