Man Utd face competition for Rudiger, Shaw scores stunning for England, Cavani’s EXIT plans loom

Good morning Red Devils fans

Bruno Fernandes is close to agreeing a new five-year deal at Manchester United, reports Neil Custis.

The Portuguese star is set to more than double his salary to £240,000 a week after the club hierarchy convinced him of their plans for the future, which include signing Erik ten Hag as the new boss.

Meanwhile, the Glazer family’s unwillingness to pay Mauricio Pochettino substantial compensation is another reason why Ten Hag is now the preferred candidate to take over Old Trafford.

In an intriguing row, Paris Saint-Germain officials are considering sacking Pochettino but don’t want to hand him over to United for nothing.

ESPN report that PSG would rather force the Red Devils to pay a hefty fee for the Argentine’s services – which United officials refuse.

The compensation package needed to get Ten Hag into the Premier League is said to be both less costly and less complicated.

But United must act quickly to land the Dutchman as their new manager – because he is reportedly attracting interest from other clubs.

According to The Mail, two other European clubs have also spoken to the 52-year-old.

Elsewhere, Anthony Elanga has praised Man United mentor Cristiano Ronaldo.

He said: “It’s really good [to have Ronaldo as a mentor] because I go to training quite early and see him there.

“If we had a game the day before, we talk about the game or training. He’s a really good person to have in the building, not only because of what he does on the pitch but also because of what he does off the pitch.

“If we (younger players) need help, we can talk to him, so he’s a really good person.”

Finally, Paul Pogba has admitted being called up for international duty with France is a welcome departure from Man United.

He told Telefoot: “Absolutely. you have to tell the truth

“Yes, it’s true that there were moments, especially in Manchester, where it took that break to get that energy back, that confidence.” Man Utd face competition for Rudiger, Shaw scores stunning for England, Cavani’s EXIT plans loom


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