Man Utd ‘very close’ to signing Nunez, Pau Torres BREAKS silence

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According to reports, Eric ten Haig is set to secure the first signing of his reign at Manchester United with 22-year-old Darwin Nunez.

A deal between United and Benfica has been described as ‘very close’ for the striker, according to Portuguese newspaper O Jogo.

The report claims that Nunez is a ‘priority’ target for Ten Haig as he tries to find a striker to bolster The Red Devils in the attack.

Glenn Johnson claims Declan Rice should leave West Ham to be the only team to challenge for the Premier League title next season.

Former West Ham defender talks bettingodes About England’s international future.

Johnson said: “I don’t think he will end up at Manchester United and there will be no disrespect to Manchester United because it is a fantastic club and I am sure they will come back and fight for the title in the years to come but City and Liverpool Miles ahead of anyone at the moment and I am sure they would love Deccan too.

“Why would you go to a team that won’t compete for the league next season?

“If he goes to Liverpool or City he’s going to win something next season. I can’t believe Manchester United will be their first pick.

Man Utd has also confirmed Rangnik’s departure from the club.

A statement from the club said: “We would like to thank Ralph Rangnik for his efforts as interim manager over the past six months.

“By mutual consent, Ralf will now focus solely on his new role as manager of the Austria national team and therefore will not play a consulting role at Old Trafford.

“We would like to wish Ralph the best of luck in this next chapter in his career.”

In a blow to Manchester United, Aurelian Tchoumeni has confessed his love for both Liverpool and Real Madrid.

The highly sought-after Frenchman took on both Champions League finalists before their face-off in France.

Asked about joining Liverpool or Real Madrid ahead of the Champions League final, he told CNN: “I like both: I can watch Spanish games and English games.

“Playing in Spain is different and playing in England is different, but in the end, for me, it’s just a matter of adaptation.”



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