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Premier League side aims to replace Cristiano Ronaldo, while Manchester United is associated with new signings in today’s transfer news, rumors and gossip.
Ronaldo’s departure has left an empty offensive spot in Erik ten Hag’s roster, and the club is tracking two World Cup stars as possible substitutes. Eintracht Frankfurt’s 24-year-old forward Randal Kolo Muani is one of the names on United’s radar. According to Sky Germany, after impressing France in several cameo appearances. The other is 22-year-old Ghanaian striker Mohammed Kudus, who reportedly cost £40m for Ajax. United are also vying to sign French defender Axel Disasi from Monaco. daily mail.
Chelsea continue to chase Argentina’s World Cup-winning midfielder Enzo Fernandez, but Benfica is keen to hold on to his player who could take the Blues back to Brighton and Moises Caicedo. They are also linked to an Arsenal target and a late kidnapping for Mykhailo Mudryk from Shakhtar Donetsk. It looks like it’s going to be a busy month as Liverpool close a £35m deal for PSV’s Cody Gakpo, but Jurgen Klopp may now switch to a midfielder after more disturbing signs of losing to Brentford. However, Real Madrid are the side in pole position to sign Jude Bellingham from Borussia Dortmund. brand.
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Man United unsure of Jadon Sancho’s return
While the club is looking for offensive signings this month, Erik ten Hag thinks patience is key when considering Jadon Sancho, as the Dutch winger acknowledges there is no timetable left for when he will act for Manchester United.
Signing £73m from Borussia Dortmund 18 months ago, Sancho has not played for United since the 52-minute draw with Chelsea in October, and has not been included in England’s World Cup squad.
“I would like to get Jadon back as soon as possible, but I cannot force this process,” Ten Hag said. “I will do everything I can, but you cannot force certain processes and this is one of them.
“I also have to show patience, if not patience, because we lack opportunities on the front lines with available and talented players who can contribute not only to the Premier League but also to the highest standard of football.
“When Jadon is in form, we will have someone to contribute and an extra option so we have a better chance of winning many games.
“There is also a connection between the physical and the mental,” Ten Hag said. “I think he’s made good progress on the physical part and that will help him.
“Hopefully he’ll be back soon but I can’t tell how long it will take. He’s not fit enough right now, no.
“There are some hurdles we have to overcome. I think it’s going in a good direction. I can’t push this process so I won’t. I would be really happy if the team comes back to the roster for practice, that’s the next step.”
Karl MatchettJanuary 6, 2023 08:37
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