” There’s just over a week to go before the January transfer window closes, and it’s been a quiet month at Old Trafford. Aside from the permanent departures of Morgan Schneiderlin and Memphis Depay – to Everton and Lyon respectively – United have sent two youngsters out on loan – and done nothing else. No players have been brought to the club, and Jose Mourinho has suggested he will not do much business in what is ‘not an easy market’.
However, that is not to say United will not pursue an attractive deal, and rumours continue to suggest the Red Devils are looking at various players. talkSPORT have dug through all the latest news, and bring you some of the biggest Manchester United transfer reports, which you can see by clicking the right arrow, above… 5 Goncalo Guedes (Benfica) – Portuguese media outlet Record claim United have agreed a ?26 million deal to sign Goncalo Guedes, the exciting Benfica attacker. Guedes, 20, is known to have been watched by the Red Devils recently, and they have firmed up their interest on the back of an impressive season.
Able to play on the wing, in attacking midfield and upfront, Guedes has scored five goals and assisted two in 25 appearances. 5 Bernardo Silva (Monaco) – Jose Mourinho is said to already be building his list of summer transfer targets, and Bernardo Silva reportedly tops that list.http://www.1xbet.footballresultstoday.org/ Attacking player Silva has excelled in a breathtaking Monaco side this term, with the 22-year-old Portugal international scoring seven goals and creating six in just 30 games.
Chelsea, Juventus and Barcelona have reportedly already made contact with Silva, according to the Daily Mail, but Jorge Mendes – agent for both Silva and Mourinho – could hand United an advantage in the race for his signature. 5 Sergio Romeo – One player who looked set to leave Old Trafford this month was Sergio Romero, United?s back-up goalkeeper.
He has played just five games this season – without making a league appearance – and it has been said the 29-year-old?s international place is under threat due to his lack of game time. Romero was offered the chance to return to his homeland, with Boca Juniors keen to sign him, but the keeper told Boca head coach Guillermo Barros he does NOT want to move back to South America just yet.
He is willing to continue as David De Gea?s stand-in for now, but will reconsider his situation at the end of the season. 5 Kasper Dolberg (Ajax) – One of the most promising teenagers in Europe, 19-year-old Kasper Dolberg has taken the Eredivisie by storm since making his Ajax debut in July 2016 – scoring against PAOK in a Champions League qualification match. He has gone on to play 29 games, scoring 11 goals, and even make his debut for Denmark.
The striker was spotted by the same scout who discovered Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Christian Eriksen for Ajax, and United have already sent people to watch Dolberg many times this season. A move is being considered for the summer, although the Red Devils may swoop this month if Borussia Dortmund make a formal offer for the ?10 million-rated starlet.
5 Antoine Griezmann (Atletico Madrid) – Manchester United?s main transfer target, and a long-term one at that, Griezmann is not going to leave Atletico this month. United are going to make moves for the French striker in the summer, and they are prepared to match his ?86 million release clause, but Atletico president Enrique Cerezo has insisted Griezmann will remain with the club for a ?long time?.
He wants to tie the 25-year-old to the LaLiga club, extending his contract past its current June 2012 expiry date. ” ” 1 Alfred Finnbogason Alfred Finnbogason’s agent has dealt several Premier League clubs a blow after admitting the Heerenveen hitman is unlikely to leave the Eredivisie club this month. The prolific forward has been linked with West Ham, Aston Villa, Cardiff City and Sunderland following his prolific exploits for Heerenveen.
Finnbogason has hit 41 league goals in just 48 games following his move from Belgian side Lokeren in 2012. Celtic have also tracked the Iceland international, 24, but his representative Kees Ploegsma feels the forward will not seek pastures new until the end of the season. He told Voetbal international: “The player can leave his current club, but not necessarily in this transfer window. It’s normal that Alfred aspires to be playing for major teams, and the probability that there will be a transfer in the summer is very high. “This eventuality would be positive for both him and for Heerenveen, who would be able to use the money from his sale to make new investments.” “