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Transfer News: Zinedine Considering Man Utd Move, Real Madrid Wants Manchester United Star Player

Transfer News: Zinedine Considering Man Utd Move, Real Madrid Wants Manchester United Star Player Transfer News: Zinedine Considering Man Utd Move, Real Madrid Wants Manchester United Star Player

Former Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane is warming to the idea of becoming United manager, according to a report.

Record Sport claim United has made progress in their attempt to lure Zidane to Old Trafford and the Frenchman is now tempted by any offer which comes his way.

Real Madrid has joined the race to sign Manchester United midfielder Donny van de Beek, who is actively looking to leave in January according to a report from Fichajes.

Brendan Rodgers met with the Glazers around 3 weeks ago and there are ongoing discussions about exactly when the Leicester boss will take over from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer according to a report from caughtoffside.

According to Le10Sport Arsenal are ‘serious’ contenders for Renato Sanches’ signature.

The Lille midfielder has been garnered serious interest from both the Gunners and Italian giants AC Milan.

Arsenal record signing Nicolas Pepe has garnered interest from Everton, Newcastle United, and Crystal Palace, according to French outlet Jeunesfooteux.

However, the report does claim that the interested parties would favour a loan with an option to buy, instead of a straight cash deal for the Ivorian

Manchester City has signed a regional partnership deal with start-up cryptocurrency company ‘3KEY’ – whose executives’ names do not appear to have any online presence according to a report from martynziegler.

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