Man Utd transfer news LIVE: Youri Tielemans EYED, Harry Kane price SET at £120m, TEN offers for Anthony Elanga

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    Man Utd have decided against accepting any loan or permanent offers for out of favour defender Victor Lindelof.

    Inter Milan and Atletico Madrid had been linked with the Sweden international.

    However, boss Erik Ten Hag is reportedly keen to keep him, claims Fabrizio Romano.

    Man Utd might make a late move in the transfer market, after Christian Eriksen suffered an injury.

    The Danish playmaker was spotted leaving Old Trafford on crutches after the Reading FA Cup game.

    And according to GiveMe Sport, that could force the Red Devils into moving for another midfielder to fill Eriksen’s gap.

    It is currently unknown how long Eriksen is out for.

    Man Utd have learned the price they would have to pay to prise Harry Kane away from Spurs, according to reports.

    The Daily Star says it would take £300million to sign the England striker.

    In terms of a transfer fee, the Tottenham ace would command a transfer fee of £120m.

    Then, it would cost around £400,000-per-week in wages – with Kane likely demanding three to four year contract.

    Anthony Elanga is the subject of TEN offers from a range of European clubs, according to reports.

    Fabrizio Romano claims PSV and Borussia Dortmund are pushing hard to sign him on loan.

    Man Utd have not yet made a decision on him.

    Manchester United are reportedly considering recalling those out on loan – with Hannibal Mejbri a possibility.

    The Tunisian midfielder is currently at Birmingham on loan and could be needed with a busy run of fixtures to come and Christian Eriksen potentially injured for some time.

    The 20-year-old has been praised by ex-boss Ralf Rangnick and by Blues boss John Eustace.


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