Man Utd transfer roundup: Pogba contract decisions made by Fofana with Red Devils “dream”


Manchester United and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer expect to be busy in the months ahead. There are many new signings and potential contracts to look at over the next few months.

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Paul Pogba is injured and limps from France.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer returned to Manchester Unitedafter spending some time in Norway over the international break and the Red Devils’ boss has some issues to iron out with his squad.

After a disappointing 2-0 defeat to Manchester City at home, United limped into the international break.

Their humbling to Pep Guardiola’s side was their sixth defeat in their last 12 matches and a second consecutive loss at Old Trafford following their five-goal humiliation at the hands of Liverpool.

Solskjaer must try to get the Reds back into the top four while outside forces examine his determination as United boss.

His business is not limited to the Old Trafford pitch. He may be able to make deals with the transfer market, which will reopen January 1.

Here, Mirror FootballThis page contains the most recent transfer news and gossip from Manchester’s red half.

Man Utd says it is not considering Pogba contract extension

Paul Pogba’s Manchester United career looks likely to be reaching its conclusion as it emerged the club are no longer considering renewing his deal.

Speculation regarding Pogba’s expiring contract, which runs out in June 2022, has dominated the discourse surrounding United this season.

According to Spanish reports, it seems increasingly likely that the Frenchman will leave on a free contract next year.

Spanish outlet MarcaThe Red Devils have been claimed by “not considering” renewing the Frenchman’s current deal at the club despite months of talks between the two parties.

Pogba will be leaving Old Trafford next season on a free transfer. He previously left as a teenager to join Juventus.

Pogba’s situation has also been further complicated after he picked up an injury during the international break with France and is reportedly expected to be sidelined until the new year.

Lingard is on his way

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After 13 years as a member of Old Trafford, Jesse Lingard appears set to leave.

The Reds academy system was where the 28-year-old represented them at every level.

However, he has grown frustrated at United’s approach to recent contract negotiations and is subsequently not interested in committing his future to the club, according to The Times.

According to some reports, the midfielder had also considered asking for a loan of six months in January similar to that he took with West Ham United.

Except at this point, any loan move would have to be completed by the end of his current contract in June 2022. At that time, he can leave on a transfer for free.

It is possible that he could be sold in January under a cut-price agreement. Man Utd might look to cash in on the deal, with West Ham United and Newcastle United being among those likely to be interested.

Fofana is Man Utd “dream”

Wesley Fofana, Leicester City’s defender, has said that he hopes to move to Manchester United and other European clubs.

He is currently recovering from a fractured leg sustained during a friendly against Villarreal.

However, the 20-year-old’s dominating performances for Brendan Rodgers’ side last season saw him linked with some of Europe’s top clubs.

United have been mentioned in these conversations repeatedly, and the Frenchman added fuel to the fire by stating that the Red Devils were one club that he would love to play for.

“A club that makes me dream? There’s Marseille, Real Madrid, Barca,”He stated that Actufoot.

“In the Premier League, there are Chelsea, United, City… But you have to work to make your dreams come true. Through work, you can achieve anything.”

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