Man Utd LIVE transfer news: Rabiot draws closer, Pogba hits back, deal with De Jong imminent

Good morning Man United fans

Man United are reportedly set to lose a huge sum following the failure of Andreas Pereira’s move to Flamengo.

The Brazilian was loaned to Flamengo last season, who have an option to make his transfer permanent for just over £9million.

However, they reportedly decided against activating the clause, the Mirror reported.

The Brazilian Serie A side wanted to extend his loan deal but United turned down the proposal.

And now he’s returning to Old Trafford this summer, the report adds.

Elsewhere, Crystal Palace are reportedly leading the race to sign Aaron Wan-Bissaka on loan from Man United.

That’s according to 90min, who claim United are ready to loan Wan-Bissaka on loan this summer.

Meanwhile, Man United have lost youth manager Justin Cochrane to Brentford.

The Bees will reportedly appoint Cochrane as the club’s first-team manager.

According to The Athletic, he was influenced by the opportunity to work with Brentford boss Thomas Frank.

Finally, Louis Saha has slammed Paul Pogba for his Man United comments.

Saha said: “All these quotes are unnecessary. When I look at all the legends, they speak on the field. You’re making a documentary, good for you, do it if it gives you the results you want, fine – I won’t judge that.

“But in terms of respect for the team and [what the] Player deserves to produce results on the pitch, he didn’t.

“I don’t think he will be happy with his Manchester United era. It benefits the documentary, but not him or the club.” Man Utd LIVE transfer news: Rabiot draws closer, Pogba hits back, deal with De Jong imminent


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