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    Chelsea are ready to step up their interest in Cristiano Ronaldo, should Man Utd terminate the Portuguese star’s contract.

    According to the Daily Mirror, Blues owner Todd Boehly are back in the hunt for the five-time Ballon d’Or winner.

    The report goes on to say that it leaves the Red Devils in a catch-22 situation.

    Because, if they do sack Ronaldo – it means he then becomes a free agent and Chelsea could sign him on a free transfer.

    Man Utd wonder boy Alejandro Garnacho is in line for a TENFOLD pay hike.

    United plan to tear up his terms and rocket his salary to £50,000 a week, with incremental rises.

    They also want to add another three years to a deal for the 18-year-old winger that already runs until 2024.

    His stunning breakthrough season has not gone unnoticed by both Real Madrid and Barcelona in Spain.

    And manager Erik ten Hag is determined to end any hopes they have of tempting him back to the land of his birth with the hugely improved contract.

    Garnacho currently earns about £5,000 including bonuses — yet that is set to soar after the most sensational start to life as a first-team player.

    Mauricio Pochettino has hinted he could still become Manchester United manager.

    Speaking about the Man Utd job in an interview with Radio Marca, he said: “Football is timing.

    “It’s the moments for it to coincide and for that marriage to happen.

    “Sometimes it’s just a matter of timing. I don’t believe that trains pass just once.

    Manchester United are interested in signing Athletic Bilbao winger Nico Williams, according to Fichajes.

    Erik ten Hag brought in Antony in his first window in charge, but missed out on Cody Gakpo, which suggests he’s still in the market for another wide player.

    The 20-year-old has made a fine start to this season, registering seven goal contributions in 14 La Liga outings, with his three goals coming in consecutive appearances.

    Williams’ form saw him rewarded with a place in Spain’s World Cup squad.

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