Manchester United are set to be a prime mover in the January transfer window.
The Red Devils have parted ways with Cristiano Ronaldo following their falling-out, meaning they are likely to be eager for a new forward option.
United are also six months into manager Erik ten Hag’s tenure, which has got off to a solid start, sitting fifth in the Premier League, but the Dutchman wants to keep building.
TOP STORY – MAN UTD SET TO REVIVE BID FOR DE JONG IN JANUARY
Manchester United will revive their interest in Barcelona’s Frenkie de Jong in January after their failed pursuit of him prior to this season, according to the Manchester Evening News.
United manager Erik ten Hag was keen to land his fellow countryman following his arrival at Old Trafford.
The cultured midfielder’s contract with the Blaugrana is complicated by the LaLiga club’s financial situation but De Jong has so far remained committed to Barca despite the interest.
However, the report claims De Jong has privately told Ten Hag he would be happy to move to United.
Christopher Nkunku deal, signed and sealed — here we go now confirmed. All documents and contracts are also signed, it’s 100% closed. #CFC
French striker can be considered new Chelses player, starting from July 2023. It’s all signed/sealed with RB Leipzig and player side. pic.twitter.com/u0gOytyM4U
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) December 17, 2022
– Fabrizio Romano claims Chelsea have completed a deal for RB Leipzig’s French forward Christopher Nkunku, which will officially go through at the end of the season.
– Liverpool are interested in Milan’s Algerian defensive midfielder Ismael Bennacer and are set to meet with him to open talks, claims Relevo.
– Sky Sports claims Chelsea and Liverpool will joust for the signature of Brighton and Hove Albion midfielder Moises Caicedo, although neither club has opened talks yet.
– The Telegraph reports Gareth Southgate has decided he wants to remain as England manager despite their World Cup quarter-final exit to France.