Man Utd transfer news LIVE: Frenkie de Jong UPDATE, £51m Endrick chase, Martial future latest, Jurrien Timber TWIST

    Morning, U . s . fans

    Raphael Varane states United’s players haven’t doubted “legend” Cristiano Ronaldo – because the wantaway striker struggles to locate a taker.

    Madrid giants Real and Atletico have the symptoms of became a member of other European giants like PSG, Bayern and Chelsea in ruling out moving for that Portugal striker.

    But Old Trafford defender Varane denied Red Devils’ stars have asked Ron’s devote they, despite claims the 37-year-old can’t play a pressing game.

    The Frenchman stated: “That debate was outdoors from the dressing room.

    “We know his quality. Cristiano is a superb competitor. He’s a and that he always helps they, so clearly it’s excellent to experience with him.”

    Ronaldo is apparently at risk of more showdown talks with boss Erik ten Hag.

    And it is claimed the ex-Real hero would have a 30 Percent pay cut for the best move this summer time.

    Meanwhile, Ten Hag has blocked Old Trafford leaders from selling frontman Anthony Martial – and states also, he wishes to revive Donny van de Beek’s Old Trafford career.

    The Red Demons and Chelsea are now being associated with Benjamin Pavard, among suggestions Bayern would accept £30million for that France defender.

    But it is been a basic 24 hrs within the Frenkie de Jong saga, even though the bookies still rate U . s . as favourites to land the Barcelona midfielder in front of Chelsea.

    Meanwhile, the Red Demons are apparently prepared to repay to £60m for Ajax winger Antony.

    And outgoing U . s . midfielder Jesse Lingard has rejected West Pork towards a £200,000-a-week free transfer to Prem new boys Nottingham Forest.

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