Can sends Man United Sancho message, Pogba backed, United can sign £108m star put up for sale, Legend wants £70 million star signed by United
Can has Sancho message, Pogba backed, Griezmann up for sale this summer, Min-Son wanted in Manchester United news roundup…
Emre Can has told Jadon Sancho to reject interest from the likes of Manchester United and stay at Borussia Dortmund.
Sancho’s name has been dominating the headlines for over 12 months now after a breathtaking last few seasons with Borussia Dortmund, in which he has develop into one of the most creative players in the game.
It is no secret that pretty much every top side in the Premier League has been keeping a close eye, with reports Manchester United and Liverpool are leading the chase, and are ready to pay that massive £100 million asking price of the young man.
The Bundesliga club value the young England winger at more than £100m and expect him to stay beyond this summer despite interest from the Premier League, and ex-Liverpool midfielder Can has opened up and told the midfielder to stay put for now.
He told Sport Bild: “I tell him: stay here and let’s play together forever. Jadon has a class that not many players have. I noticed that pretty quickly. He is extremely important to us.
“I see no reason to put United over Dortmund. Neither sporty nor attractive.”
Andre Gray has hit out at Paul Pogba critics as he says no-one can get near the Manchester United star on the pitch.
Pogba has been in the headlines for all the wrong reasons over the past few months with all indications that he would be sold during the summer transfer window, especially as he came out and admitted that he is interested in leaving the UNITED giants for a possible switch to Juventus or Madrid.
But since the Coronavirus outbreak, which has put a stop to everything in football, the Frenchman has been focusing on getting fit and ready to make his impact when the season once again starts up,
Pogba has constantly been linked with a move away from Manchester United, but Gray has come out and hit out at the Frenchman’s critics and claims that no-one can get near the midfielder on the pitch.
Speaking to Threesixtytv, the Hornets ace said: “People talk about [Paul] Pogba and it annoys me.
“Whenever I’ve played against Pogba, four or five times now, no-one can get near him.
“He might not set the world on fire and score top-corner goals. But you cannot get near the kid – he’s always somewhere you’re not and you can’t fathom it.
“Until you’re on the pitch with him, you’ll never understand. From the stands it’s like ‘oh, he’s turned him’. When you play the game and understand the midfield positions, you cannot fathom him.”
Peter Schmeichel admits he would like to see Tottenham star Son Heung-min playing for Manchester United.
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is no fool, he knows that he needs to spend some serious money in the transfer window and try to sign players that will have an immediate impact on the side.
That has led to alot of speculation in the media suggesting that Solskjaer would like to sign Kane from Spurs in the summer, although that massive £200 million transfer fee may be a massive stumbling block.
Kane does not want to leave Tottenham and will stay for at least another season, but he has come out recently and admitted that he may be forced into leaving the club in order to start competing for the big trophies at the highest level.
However, Schmeichel has come out and suggested that it is another Tottenham player that Manchester United should be lining up in the summer, as he would like to see Son make that move to Old Trafford.
Son was impressing in his fifth season with Tottenham when the coronavirus crisis brought English football to a halt back in March, racking up nine goals and seven assists across the 2019/20 Premier League campaign.
And During a Q&A session on Twitter this week, Schmeichel proposed that United should look no further than Kane’s Spurs team-mate for a ‘realistic target’ in the summer.
Son from spurs https://t.co/M2KGyVKnAI
— Peter Schmeichel (@Pschmeichel1) May 18, 2020
There has been some stunning reports which have claimed that Barcelona have put Manchester United target Antoine Griezmann on the transfer market.
Griezmann was one of the most om-demand players of the transfer window last summer, with a whole host of clubs linked with a possible move for the Frenchman, but in the end, it was Barcelona who completed a massive £108 million move to complete the deal.
The Frenchman has been hit and miss for the Spaniards this season as he copes with life at the Camp Nou, but now Spanish outlet AS suggest the club are looking to save money as they come under strain during these unprecedented times.
And the reports suggest Big money signing Griezmann could be put up for sale to raise capital after failing to impress Barcelona bosses since arriving from the Spanish capital in July, and managing resources is key for the club and they may look to ship former Real Sociedad star Griezmann out on loan to get him off the wage bill.
Now reports on the Daily Express website have claimed that Barcelona will consider offers for most of their players this summer, with exception of Lionel Messi.
He has only managed to score 14 goals and provide four assists in 37 appearances in all competitions since sealing his move from Atletico Madrid, and with Barcelona ready to freshen up the side, they will do business if the price is right.
If he did leave the club, the likes of Manchester United would be hoping he could rediscover the form that saw him score 133 goals in 257 appearances while at Ateltcio if he were to make a fresh start in the Premier League.
The transfer window is just a few months away now and although the Premier League season has not been concluded, there is a feeling that the transfer window will actually see alot of transfer deals take place.
The coronavirus means that clubs may need to sell to balance the books, meaning that players that shouldnt be on the market, could be available, meaning the likes of Manchester United will be able to sign the likes of Griezmann.