New manager ‘this season’, McGinn and Bellingham top target van de Beek reject loan move

MANCHESTER UNITED may appoint their new manager this season, according to reports.

Ralf Rangnick is currently in charge at Old Trafford, with a successor expected to be named in the summer.

But reports on MEN suggest that there have been developments in United’s process to tackle the replacement of full-time Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Mauricio Pochettino – now PSG coach – and Ajax’s Erik ten Hag remain the leaders.

We also cover the latest on United in the transfer market, with both John McGinn and Jude Bellingham linked.

While it has been revealed that Donny van de Beek has refused to move to Newcastle on loan because he does not want to fight the relegation battle.

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  • How much is rice worth?

    So with the likes of Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea said to be among Declan Rice’s many admirers – what kind of bid could make West Ham bid farewell to their stellar central midfielder?

    The 23-year-old is practically the first name on Gareth Southgate’s England squad, he is entering the early years of his career and he is the center of the park for the Hammers week in, week out – despite who are they playing.

    There have been no obvious direct comparisons in recent years, but if Aston Villa make Manchester City pay £100m for Jack Grealish, is that a fair number?

    Rice has a contract with the Hammers until the summer of 2024 and his departure will be welcomed by the club’s fans!

  • Will Bellingham improve United?

    According to The Athletic, Manchester United have made Jude Bellingham their top transfer target.

    The 18-year-old, who achieved an stellar reputation during his early days with Birmingham, has grown into one of England’s brightest prospects since joining Borussia Dortmund in 2020.

    But with the likes of Fred, Nemanja Matic and Scott McTominay already selected by United, should another midfielder be at the top of the Reds’ shopping list?

  • Pogba is back

    Manchester United star Paul Pogba has returned to training after overcoming a groin injury.

    Pogba flew back to the UK recently after recovering recently overseas at the behest of caretaker manager Ralf Rangnick.

    And this midfielder poses for photos with his Red Devils teammates.

    Check it out:

  • McGinn cares

    Manchester United are monitoring Aston Villa ace John McGinn ahead of the summer transfer window.

    That’s according to walkie talkie, who reported that McGinn is a potential candidate to strengthen United’s midfield picks.

    The midfielder has been linked with the Red Devils in the past and the club are determined to strengthen their midfield options.

    The Manchester giants are facing the prospect of losing Paul Pogba for free in the summer

  • Do not move?

    Manchester United striker Donny van de Beek has turned down a loan move to Newcastle because he doesn’t like the relegation battle.

    Van de Beek continued to struggle with game time at United under caretaker manager Ralf Rangnick.

    According to The Telegraph, the midfielder was approached by the Magpies but turned down the opportunity to move to St James’ Park.

    The Dutch player does not want to spend the second half of the season to avoid decline

  • United’s newest manager

    Manchester United could appoint their next manager before the season ends.

    That’s according to the Manchester Evening News, who report that there have been developments in the process of United settling on a full-time replacement for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

    The Red Devils can strike a good deal before the summer transfer window.

    Paris Saint-Germain manager Mauricio Pochettino and Ajax head coach Erik ten Hag remain at the top, while Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers remains under consideration. New manager ‘this season’, McGinn and Bellingham top target van de Beek reject loan move

Huynh Nguyen

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