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Could one of the Manchester United architects be about to leave the building?
Certainly yes, according to the Sun, with the newspaper that reports it Ander Herrera could soon leave for Paris Saint-Germain, despite the widespread belief that it is going to promise its future to Manchester United.
The Spaniard was exceptional for United as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer straightened the ship that sank previously with Jose Mourinho. He's out of contract at the end of the season, but United is increasingly confident that Herrera would have put a new agreement on paper. Now, however, it appears that PSG has left and caught him – for a sum of £ 150,000 a week.
Herrera arrived at the Old Trafford from Atletico Bilbao for 29 million pounds five years ago and was instrumental in helping Manchester get up and keep the Champions League thrust under their new Norwegian boss.
But now it could be see you later.
When Harry met Ole
The newspaper claims that Solskjaer is preparing to write a huge check to bring the center of Leicester City back to the Old Trafford, with United at the time of separating with £ 65m for England's favorite.
It is not the first time that United has tried to bring Maguire to the United, with the club that ambitiously tried to attempt it towards the northwest after the World Cup last summer. Now Maguire is ready for a move, with the Champions League quarter-finals willing to offer him £ 140,000 a week.
Maguire is currently under contract in Leicester until June 2023.
United hoping to punch with Bruno
But wait, other rumors are circulating about Manchester Untied, with the news that they are trying to land Sporting Lisbon Bruno Fernandes.
This is according to the Evening Standard, which reports that Solskjaer told Ed Woodward that he needs at least one top-notch midfielder this summer after Marouane Fellaini came out in January. It is unlikely that they will have things in their way in the hunt for the Sporting star, however, with Fernandes having already attracted the attention of almost all the best clubs in Europe.
The 24-year-old broke Portugal's goals this season, with the midfielder also shining as a creative force in the Sporting midfield. The Standard reports that it could only be a signature in a ride of new arrivals at Old Trafford this summer, with the newspaper reiterating the club's interest in Kalidou Koulibaly and former star of Manchester City Jadon Sancho adhering to the illustrious list above.
Who could say no to Barça?
The international week is the perfect time to shoot questions from a player of his club and journalists from all over the world have once again taken full advantage of their opportunities.
In Argentina, the goal was the prodigy boy Ajax Nicolas Tagliafico, who was paraded in front of the press waiting to insist that he was happy at Ajax. But it was nice to be connected with the Arsenal. And apparently flattering he is on the list of Barcelona's successes this summer. This without even mentioning the interest of Atletico Madrid.
According to the Daily Mail, the player still has eyes only for the Dutch giants – not surprising given the surprising progress of the Ajax in the Champions League – but history has shown that when Barcelona knocks, it is difficult to say no.
Gab Marcotti joins ESPN FC to discuss Real Madrid's chances of signing Eden Hazard this summer.
– The goal number 1 of Real Madrid seems to be this summer Eden Hazard but, if that move is falsified, Los Blancos are aligning an agreement for West Ham & # 39; s Felipe Anderson – This is according to Sky Sports.
– Talksport says there is a "very strong possibility" Christian Eriksen will leave Tottenham to join Real Madrid this summer.
– David Alaba he told Bild that "he can imagine trying something else, but I really feel very comfortable at Bayern". Which, of course, meant that the Daily Mail speculated that the Arsenal might be interested in international Austria.