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MANCHESTER UNITED legend Teddy Sheringham believes that Tottenham star Harry Kane is the missing piece to the Red Devils' Premier League title challenge.

Speaking to Lord Ping, he said: "If Kane were to join United, then of course it would make them a better team and would bridge that gap between where they are at the moment and competing for the Premier League title next season.

Elsewhere, Roma playmaker Paulo Dybala has been offered to Man Utd in a cut-price deal.

Elsewhere, bids to take over the club are being looked at by the Glazer family, after Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Sheikh Jassim's groups submitted their third wave of offers.


Keep up to date with the latest on the takeover saga at Old Trafford…

  • Alex Smith

    Levy must respect Kane's wishes

    Teddy Sheringham has called for Spurs chief Daniel Levy to respect the wishes of Harry Kane this summer if he wants to leave and join Man Utd.

    Levy has previously rejected offers for their talisman, but Sheringham thinks if the player wants to go, then he has to cash-in.

    Speaking to Lord Ping, Sheringham said: "After the service that he's given Tottenham, Levy should give him the respect and the freedom to make his own decision.

    "If during that conversation Harry says that he wants to leave in the summer, then Daniel must grant him that wish and get as much money as he can for him.

    "Daniel needs to have the conversation with Harry and get everything out in the open.

    "Harry will have his own questions and he will want to know who is coming in to manage the club, what the budget will be – these conversations happening between a club’s top player and a club chairman are not unusual."

  • Alex Smith

    Kane is Man Utd's missing piece

    Teddy Sheringham believes that if Man Utd sign Harry Kane they could compete to win the Premier League next season.

    Speaking to Lord Ping, he said: "If Kane were to join United, then of course it would make them a better team and would bridge that gap between where they are at the moment and competing for the Premier League title next season.

    "United are close – they’ve already won the League Cup this season and have a place in the FA Cup Final to look forward to.

    "If you add Kane to that team, suddenly it starts to look like a different animal."

  • Alex Smith

    Sheringham makes Kane comparison

    Ex-United striker Teddy Sheringham has compared Harry Kane's situation to his own.

    He left Spurs for the Red Devils in 1992 and helped the club win the treble in 1999.

    Speaking to Lord Ping, he said Kane may have to follow in his footsteps: "I joined United because I felt that Tottenham were not going to allow me to compete for trophies.

    "I didn’t think the club were going to bring in the players that would have enabled us to challenge for the biggest prizes.

    "Harry has got to look at the situation at the club and ask himself the same questions that I did.

    "If he doesn’t think that the club are going to be able to bring in players that would see them competing, then I don’t think there’s a single Tottenham fan that would begrudge him the opportunity to win trophies with another club."

  • Alex Smith

    Dybala offered to United

    Roma star Paulo Dybala has been offered to Man Utd in a cut-price deal.

    When the attacker signed for Jose Mourinho's side for free prior to the start of this season, a number of releases clauses were reportedly agreed to become active after one year.

    90min claim a fee of £10.5m is enough for a non-Serie A club to bid for him, while Italian sides will have to pay £17.5m.

    The likes of Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal, Aston Villa, Newcastle and Tottenham have been informed of his availability.

    Despite the cheap fee, Dybala is likely to demand high wages and he has to want the transfer himself.

  • Alex Smith

    Baby Garnacho

    Alejandro Garnacho's girlfriend Eva Garcia is expecting a baby.

    And the winger is ready to welcome a new member of the United family.

    He posted this cute snap on Instagram.

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  • Alex Smith

    United keen on new keeper

    While the future of Dean Henderson is unclear and David De Gea is expected to pen a contract, United are on the lookout for a new keeper.

    The Mail claim the club sent a scout to watch Swede Leopold Wahlstedt, who plays for Norwegian side Odds BK.

    Meanwhile, they also have an interest in Dinamo Zagreb and Croatia World Cup hero Dominik Livakovic.

    Both would be back-ups to De Gea.

    Inter Milan's Andre Onana is also on the list but he would be more expensive and Chelsea are keen.

  • Alex Smith

    Henderson future in doubt

    Dean Henderson faces an uncertain future after being told he faces an additional three months on the sidelines.

    The 26-year-old goalkeeper left Manchester United at the start of the season in order to join Nottingham Forest on a season-long loan.

    The England international suffered a thigh injury back in January for the Premier League strugglers which would later rule him out of the rest of the campaign.

    Now MEN are reporting that Henderson requires an operation on the thigh tear that is now expected to keep him out until August. He is expected to be back for pre-season.

    He could be sold by United this summer after his comments on not being United's No1 and with Erik ten Hag keen on bringing in a new stopper this summer.

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  • Alex Smith

    Happy Birthday Becks

    David Beckham turns 48-years-old today.

    The former United star won six Premier Leagues at the club and one Champions League.

    His son Romeo is currently on the books of Brentford.

  • Alex Smith

    Weghorst not signing permanently

    Wout Weghorst's loan will not made permanent by United at the end of the season, according to reports.

    The Dutchman was signed as a stop-gap after Cristiano Ronaldo's exit and despite him working hard, he has not scored enough goals to supposedly earn a switch to Old Trafford for good.

    He is set to return to the newly-promoted Burnley, who will make a decision on him.

  • Alex Smith

    Ratcliffe's transfer demands

    Sir Jim Ratcliffe is set to demand full control of transfers from the moment a deal is agreed, report The Telegraph.

    The Ineos owner's wishes are unlikely to be accepted by the Glazers until the deal goes through but it shows his hands-on approach to running the club.

    It reportedly appears likely that the Glazers would lower their stake to a minority share if Ratcliffe buys United.

    He wants to deal with player transfer while Qatari rival Sheikh Jassim is more interested in delegating that role and overseeing the wider state of the club.

  • Alex Smith

    Father figures

    With Alejandro Garnacho's girlfriend pregnant, the Argentine has revealed who his father figures are in the dressing room.

    He singled out three players that helped him settle into first-team this season.

    Garnacho said: "Lisandro Martinez is like my father here. He tells me what I'm doing right and wrong.

    "I'm also very close to Bruno [Fernandes]. He helps me a lot.

    "There is also De Gea. He is a very good friend."

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    Manchester United are “pushing the most” to sign Eintracht Frankfurt forward Randal Kolo Muani.

    That is according to Sky Sports in Germany, who say the Red Devils are keen on the French World Cup star.

    However, Bayern Munich are also reportedly interested in his signature, although there is no verbal agreement with any club yet on a summer move.

    Elsewhere, Spanish outlet AS claim Al-Nassr have identified Alex Telles as a player they would like to sign.Telles is currently on loan at Sevilla but could leave United for good in the summer.

    And a move to Al-Nassr would see him reunite with Cristiano Ronaldo.

    The Red Devils are keen on Leicester star James Maddison, who is reportedly available for around £45m to £60m.
    The Telegraph claim that the Foxes could have to cash-in due to the club’s bad financial situation, whether they get relegated or not.

    And finally, Manchester United youngster Alejandro Garnacho is itching to return to action.

    The 18-year-old is back in training having not featured since picking up an injury in the 0-0 draw against Southampton in March. 

    He told club media: “I’m really keen to get back playing once again.
    “I can’t wait to get back to Old Trafford and hear the fans chanting my name, it really gives me goose bumps. I’m desperate to be back playing.
    “I’m back in training again, so let’s see when I can be back in the stadium helping the team.”

  • Giacomo Pisa

    Rio tells Emery 'know your place'

    Rio Ferdinand joked Unai Emery should "have a reality check" after Manchester United ended Aston Villa's unbeaten run.

    The Old Trafford legend gleefully revelled in the victory, which ended Villa's run of ten games without a defeat.

    It also went a long way to securing Champions League football for next season.

    And Ferdinand said on his Rio Ferdinand presents FIVE podcast: "We stopped their 10-game unbeaten run.

    "Unai Emery was producing miracles, and who steps up to stop him?

    "Bruno. Sit back down, Unai. Have a reality check and know your place."

  • Giacomo Pisa

    De Zerbi on facing Man Utd

    Brighton boss Roberto De Zerbi says he "will not sleep" as his side prepare to face Manchester United again.

    The Red Devils beat Brighton in the FA Cup semi-finals in April.

    And the two sides are set to face off again on Thursday in the Premier League.

    Speaking ahead of the game, De Zerbi said: "I am looking forward to working on Tuesday with the players and to decide the first XI.

    "It will be a problem, I think I will not sleep, but it is not a problem."

  • Giacomo Pisa

    Ten Hag heaps praise on Casemiro

    Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag labelled Casemiro as an "example" to the rest of the team following his performance in the 1-0 win over Aston Villa on Sunday.

    Ten Hag said: "I think that, in every season, you see no-one is always playing brilliant and playing at such a high level.

    "And maybe, some games, also by suspension, the rhythm is broken and then you have to get back.

    "But today, this was the Casemiro we have seen almost all season, and he brings so much in organisation and composure and determination.

    "His leadership is then so important for us because others go with him. He is an example." 

  • Giacomo Pisa

    Garnacho targeting more silverware

    At just 18-years-old, Alejandro Garnacho already has a Carabao Cup winners medal in his pocket.

    But the teenager is hungry for more silverware with the Red Devils.

    He told Man Utd club media: "Nobody in their life would ever have imagined me, at just 18 years old, already winning a trophy with this club, Manchester United, having helped them to achieve that as part of the team.

    "This really motivates me even more to want to win more things. In the end, I’m very ambitious and will not settle for having won one trophy. 

    "This season we’ve still got one trophy ahead of us to play for and we’ll be battling for it as hard as we can. 

    "And we also have the target of getting into the Champions League, of course. And with my ambition and my will to win, I feel even extra motivated."

  • Giacomo Pisa

    Telles could join Ronaldo at Al-Nassr

    Manchester United loanee Alex Telles could join Cristiano Ronaldo at Al-Nassr.

    According to Spanish outlet AS, Al-Nassr have identified Telles as a player they would like to sign.

    He still has one year of his Man Utd contract remaining, and his £100,000-a-week wages have reportedly put several clubs off a move.

    But Al-Nassr do not see that as an issue as they bid to bring the Brazil star to Saudi Arabia.

  • Giacomo Pisa

    Garnacho itching for return

    Manchester United youngster Alejandro Garnacho can't wait to get back in action.

    The winger has not featured since suffering an injury in the 0-0 draw against Southampton in March.

    And the 18-year-old told club media: "I’m really keen to get back playing once again.

    "I can’t wait to get back to Old Trafford and hear the fans chanting my name, it really gives me goose bumps. I’m desperate to be back playing. 

    "I’m back in training again, so let’s see when I can be back in the stadium helping the team."

  • Giacomo Pisa

    Man Utd's Bellingham secret weapon

    Manchester United have a secret weapon which could help win the race for Jude Bellingham's signature.

    It comes in the form of new director of football negotiations Chris Hargreaves, according to the Daily Mail.

    The former Adidas executive was appointed last month.

    Hargreaves will be negotiating deals for the club and it's been reported he has accepted terms with United and will start before the summer transfer window.

    Hargreaves previously worked as a marketing director at Adidas and focused on players and scouting.

    He looked after several major clients, including Borussia Dortmund star Bellingham.

  • Giacomo Pisa

    More on Kolo Muani

    It was reported earlier that Bayern Munich had kicked off talks with Randal Kolo Muani's representatives.

    However, Sky Sports in Germany now claim Manchester United are "pushing the most" for his signature.

    The 24-year-old forward is yet to make a decision on his future, and there is no agreement with any club.

    But the Red Devils are claimed to be keen on the Frenchman, with Kolo Muani's representatives "sounding out the market" ahead of a potential move away from Eintracht Frankfurt.

  • Giacomo Pisa

    Ratcliffe wants transfer control

    Potential Manchester United owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe wants full control of transfers if his bid to buy the club is successful, reports claim.

    That's according to The Telegraph, who say a possibility under Ratcliffe's INEOS company could be to keep some of the Glazer family on as minority owners.

    But the terms of any agreement would reportedly make it clear that Ratcliffe would be in charge of recruiting new signings.

    The Brit billionaire already has experience in football ownership with Ligue 1 outfit Nice and Swiss side FC Lausanne-Sport.

  • Giacomo Pisa

    Man Utd in Kolo Muani blow

    Manchester United have been dealt a blow in their pursuit of Eintracht Frankfurt forward Randal Kolo Muani.

    According to Sky Sports in Germany, Bayern Munich have kicked off talks with his representatives.

    And the discussions were reported to have been positive.

    However, a concrete agreement has not yet been reached for the 24-year-old.

    He has scored 13 goals in 28 Bundesliga games this season.

  • Giacomo Pisa

    Fernandes praises two team-mates

    Bruno Fernandes was voted as Player of the Match by Manchester United fans after Sunday's 1-0 win over Aston Villa.

    The playmaker scored the winning goal, six minutes before the break.

    But after being announced as the winner of the award on United's Instagram page, Fernandes suggested the prize should have gone elsewhere.

    He commented on the post: “@casemiro @victorlindelof it should be for both of you this one 🙌🏼👏🏼.”

  • Giacomo Pisa

    Duo set for United exit

    Loanees Alex Telles and Eric Bailly are due to return to Old Trafford in the summer.

    However, they are both expected to leave again, according to Fabrizio Romano.

    The club will reportedly look into proposals to let both players leave in the upcoming transfer window.

    Telles is currently on loan at Sevilla, while Bailly has spent the season with Marseille in Ligue 1.

  • Giacomo Pisa

    Henderson injury setback

    Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson is set to have an operation on a tear in his thigh, according to MEN.

    The stopper, who is currently on loan at Nottingham Forest, will reportedly be sidelined for another three months.

    Henderson, 26, has already been out of action since January.

    And this setback could have an impact on his future at Old Trafford.

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