Good morning, Man Utd fans
Man Utd, who play Leeds today, are keeping tabs on Belgian starlet Arthur Vermeeren.
The 18-year-old midfielder has made serious waves at Royal Antwerp this season, so much so he’s caught the eye of a number of clubs including Newcastle.
But the Red Devils have “posted their interest” in signing the teenager – who Antwerp have slapped a £20million price tag on.
Their scouts are said to have been following him closely and impressed by what they have seen.
Meanwhile, Erik ten Hag wants his two January loan signings turned into permanent deals.
ESPN claims the Dutchman believes Wout Weghorst and Marcel Sabitzer have been great fits for his United squad.
And Ten Hag has instructed club beaks to begin the process of signing the duo this summer.
But Weghorst’s Burnley and Sabitzer’s Bayern Munich could demand sizeable fees knowing that United want to keep both men.
Finally, Potential new owners of Manchester United have been ordered to submit one-paragraph offers summarising their bids before the end of next week.
The Mail says there are five “serious” bidders for the Red Devils – including a group of Qatari investors and Britain’s richest man, Sir Jim Ratcliffe.
The Glazers are said to want prospective buyers to summarise their bid and the percentage of the club they wish to buy in a one-paragraph offer by Friday.
It’s also claimed they will require proof of funds to be attached to show they mean business.