First up, according to Italian outlet Calciomercato Chelsea and USMNT attacker Christian Pulisic is destined to agree a move to join Manchester United during the January transfer window amid strong Juventus interest.
The Red Devils were after Pulisic in the summer transfer window and tried to sign the playmaker on loan but the Blues did not sanction his exit, and a deal did not materialise between the clubs. Pulisic has since been a fringe star under Graham Potter and is expected to push for a move in January.
Next up, according to Marca, ex-Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo is set to join Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr when the transfer market reopens in January.
Ronaldo saw his contract with the Manchester outfit terminated last month following his interview with Piers Morgan.
Elsewhere, Manchester United have been told the fee they must pay to sign Cody Gakpo.
Fabrizio Romano told YouTube channel The United Stand that PSV may now demand €50m upfront for the 23-year-old. Romano said: “I think they [PSV] want €50m guaranteed for Cody Gakpo.”
Finally, Manchester United are reportedly confident of tying star-man Marcus Rashford down to a new long-term deal, and will soon activate the option to extend his current deal by another year.
With his current contract expiring at the end of the season, United are keen to press the one-year extension option to fend off foreign clubs circling him to begin transfer negotiation from January onwards.