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French giants Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly planning a sensational transfer swoop for Marcus Rashford.
The Ligue 1 champions are keen on adding an attacker to link up with superstars Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe.
Gary Neville has admitted it will be “embarrassing” if Manchester United miss out on Frenkie de Jong – and “horrific” if he joins Chelsea.
The United legend told Football Daily: “If they (United) don’t get him, it’s embarrassing but if he goes to Chelsea, it’s horrific.
“If he doesn’t want to come the deal would have been switched off a few weeks ago.
“Because of the relationship the player has with the manager, there must be some communication between them that’s saying, ‘wait for me I’m coming’.”
Manchester United are hoping to seal the deal for Adrien Rabiot by sending the club’s football director to personally negotiate in Turin.
The Red Devils are on the brink of signing Rabiot, 27, but his huge wage demands are delaying the transfer.
The midfielder – and his agent mother – are reportedly asking for a whopping £8.5m a year contract to get the deal done.
And United chief John Murtough has jetted out to Italy in an attempt to finally land the Juventus midfielder.
The Mirror report that Rabiot’s mother, Veronique, has made it clear she will only deal with Murtough.
She is believed to be a tough negotiator and is reported to be making demands about Champions League football.
And finally, United icon Paul Ince reckons the club should sell Cristiano Ronaldo because CR7 will eventually “find a way to get out” of Old Trafford.
The Red Devils superstar is desperate to leave so he can carry on playing in the Champions League.
And Reading gaffer Ince believes it’s better for United to part ways with Ronaldo sooner rather than later.
The 54-year-old warned that Ronaldo will force his way out eventually, but the sooner he is sold the more time the club has to identify a replacement.
Ince told Safe Betting Sites UK : “It’s a difficult one. Obviously you think about the goals he scored last year – 18 goals he got last year, if he doesn’t score those goals, they’re in the bottom half of the table.
“So it shows the importance that Ronaldo has on this team.
“But I’m always of the opinion, if a player wants to leave, and he kinda hinted that he wanted to leave three or four weeks ago, if I’m a manager then I’m thinking ‘right, I need to go and get a striker’.
“Because, ultimately, if a player’s unhappy at the club, eventually they find a way to get out.”