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Bissouma ‘intense negotiations’, Cristiano Ronaldo joins United’s WhatsApp, Phil Jones to Stay

Good morning Red Devils fans

Donny van de Beek’s loan from Everton will be officially announced this morning.

Fabrizio Romano claims all relevant paperwork has been signed by Man United and the Toffees.

And the move will be confirmed soon, with Everton also set to announce Frank Lampard as their new manager.

Meanwhile, Newcastle are willing to take Dean Henderson on loan.

Sky Sports claim the Man Utd goalkeeper could be arranged to join Eddie Howe’s side on the final day.

But United are unwilling to include a permanent deal clause in any move to St James’ Park.

In another development, Man United has NOT opened negotiations with Ousmane Dembele.

That’s according to Fabrizio Romano, who says United don’t want to buy the Barcelona winger on deadline day.

Dembele has also been linked with Arsenal, Chelsea and Newcastle after turning down a new contract at the Nou Camp.

Ultimately, Man Utd are looking at Napoli ace Fabian Ruiz as a possible replacement if they can’t get Declan Rice.

It is widely reported that West Ham will only part with Rice for a fee of about £ 100 million.

According to the Mail, Arsenal and Liverpool are also interested in the midfielder as a potential signing – most likely in the summer.

The Spain international has 18 months left on his contract at Napoli.

https://www.thesun.ie/sport/football/8219461/man-utd-transfer-news-live-cristiano-ronaldo-bissouma-haaland/ Bissouma ‘intense negotiations’, Cristiano Ronaldo joins United’s WhatsApp, Phil Jones to Stay

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