£40 million Lamptey eyes, Ronaldo is targeted by PSG in connection with Messi, Haidara is tracked

Good morning, United fans

Ralf Rangnick is tipped to be chasing a defensive midfielder and right-back this month – with Tariq Lamptey and Amadou Haidara on his favourites.

Anchormen Scott McTominay and Fred were burned ahead of Prem’s trip on Saturday night to Aston Villa.

And United are said to have shared Newcastle’s interest in RB Leipzig ace Haidara.

Denis Zakaria of Borussia Monchengladbach, long linked with Arsenal, is said to be also in the Reds’ sights.

The 25-year-old Swiss player could cost as little as £5 million.

And Wolves’ Portuguese star Ruben Neves, 24, is also said to be attracting interest from Old Trafford caretaker manager Rangnick – despite being valued at £35m.

Lamptey, 21, is considered a rookie capable of competing with Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

But United value the former Chelsea right-back at £10m, well below Brighton’s £40m.

Lamptey’s current contract runs until 2025, meaning the Seagulls are not under pressure to sell target Tottenham.

Finally, Old Trafford legend Paul Scholes claims United ‘feels poisoned’ at the moment.

The former England midfielder worries that could affect his ability to bring in a top-notch coach next season, as well as proven players now or in the summer.

He said: “Who wants to get into this club? It’s like a real mess. It feels poisonous. “

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