Manchester United manager Erik Ten Hag is no doubt hopefull about the team having a fresh start in the New year while catching up in the 2024 premier league big boys.After the victory against Aston villa was quickly washed off by a shock defeat at Nottingham.
Manchester Manager mounts more pressure and keeps a watchful gaze of new minority investor Sir Jim Ratcliffe.With the January transfer window open, will United’s new football operations team back the boss? Here Mirror Football takes a look at all the latest rumours around Old Trafford.
United have completed their first exit of the January transfer window to get the ball rolling as Donny van de Beek moves on to Eintracht Frankfurt.
The Dutch midfielder looks to have finally put an end to his nightmare spell at Old Trafford, as he heads to the Bundesliga on an initial loan deal, though Frankfurt hold the option of making the move permanent next summer for a cut-price fee.
It would represent a significant financial loss for United should Van de Beek – who has already had one failed loan spell at Everton – do enough to convince Frankfurt to activate the clause in the summer.
‘Astronomical’ Yoro fee demanded
United surely has to stump up the cash if they really want to persuade Lilly to part Company with Leny Yoro.
Centre-back Yoro, 18, has been linked with a switch to Old Trafford either this month or in the summer, still United could still face a competition for Man Manchester City for the in-demand youngster, youngster, reports Le10Sport (via Sport Witness ).
Varane feels he’s being forced out
While United are seeking out potential defensive reinforcements, Raphael Varane looks to be heading out of the exit door in the next six months.
French World Cup winner’s contract expires in June. United have the option to extend his deal by a further year, reports also claims that they are prepared to bid farewell and let Varane go for nothing in the summer.
The Manchester Evening News claims Varane feels like he is being forced out of the club and former Real Madrid star has been ‘unimpressed’ with the ‘instability’ inside the corridors of Old Trafford.