Paul Pogba contract EXCLUSIVE, Ed Woodward STOP, club urged to buy Declan Rice

MANCHESTER UNITED has offered Paul Pogba a £500,000-a-week deal, SunSport has revealed.

In another development, executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward has finally stepped aside after the collapse of the Super League.

Woodward’s departure will take effect February 1 when Richard Arnold will take over as CEO.

Meanwhile, West Ham have made a hefty £100m bid for Declan Rice but the Red Devils are confident of luring him to the North West.

And United are determined to sign Wolves star Ruben Neves this month, SunSport can also exclusively reveal.

The Portuguese, 24, has two years left on his current contract at Molineux – but has spoken of his desire to play in the Champions League.

We also have the latest on Erling Haaland as Premier League clubs continue to keep an eye on the Dortmund superstar.

Get all the latest Man Utd transfer news, updates and rumors on our live blog…


  • Man Utd’s most expensive signings

    It’s the transfer season and Man Utd is looking for new signings.

    But will Ralf Rangnick break the club’s current transfer record, at £89.3m for Paul Pogba?

  • Rangnick is not at United running

    Ralf Rangnick is reportedly not going to take up a permanent job at Man Utd this summer.

    The Star claim Brendan Rodgers, Mauricio Pochettino and Erik ten Hag are three names on United’s shortlist.

    That means Rangnick will move into a behind-the-scenes advisory role once his interim position ends later this year.

  • Exclusively by SunSport’s Dan Cutts

    Man Utd have offered Paul Pogba a new contract with a whopping £500,000-a-week salary.

    France’s World Cup winner Pogba is wanted by Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid, while former club Juventus have also expressed an interest.

    SunSport understands that he has yet to decide whether he will put pen to paper under the new conditions.

    United sources fear he will leave the club, but the new contract is around £100,000 more than Pogba is expected to get across Europe.

    It would make him the highest-paid player in Premier League history, with a base salary of around £400,000 a week before additions.

  • Tuanzebe is about to move to Napoli on loan

    Axel Tuanzebe is said to have completed his medical before moving to Napoli on loan.

    Fabrizio Romano insists the Italian will pay £500,000 to bring the Man Utd defender to the summer.

    But there is no option for a permanent deal at the end of the interim period.

  • Man Utd’s biggest revenue ever

    Ralf Rangnick looks set to let some United players leave this month.

    But has anyone brought in as much as Cristiano Ronaldo’s £80 million?

  • United lined up Zagadou swooped in

    Man Utd are said to be eyeing a loan move for Dortmund defender Dan-Axel Zagadou.

    The 22-year-old will get a free game in the summer when his contract with the Bundesliga giants expires.

    As reported by FootMercato, United are looking to bring in the giant defender on an interim basis this month ahead of a permanent signing at the end of the season.

  • Agbonlahor urges United to sell Ronaldo

    Gabby Agbonlahor says Man United should get rid of Cristiano Ronaldo this summer.

    He told TalkSport: “You have seen the difference in Fernandes since Ronaldo joined. Before Ronaldo arrived, Fernandes was the main kicker. Now Ronaldo is the main man.

    “Ronaldo was the captain in the game against Wolves. Before Ronaldo arrived, Fernandes was captain when Harry Maguire was sidelined and now he’s on the bench.

    “There will be tension there. If you look at the whole scene, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will know that he made a mistake when he put Ronaldo on the field, simple as that.

    “Yes, Ronaldo scored but he scored the goals Greenwood should have scored, Rashford would have scored in that position.

    “For me, I will let Ronaldo go in the summer. Let Greenwood, Sancho and Rashford play together”.

  • United lined up to bid for rice

    Man United have made signing a new midfielder their top priority next summer.

    And West Ham’s trump card Declan Rice is their No 1 target.

    TalkSport claim United may even be willing to break their club transfer record for the £100m trump card.

  • Man Utd’s top scorers

    Wayne Rooney is still Man United’s top scorer with 253 goals.

    Can the likes of Mason Greenwood and Marcus Rashford challenge the icon’s staggering numbers?

  • Gavi eyes Man City

    Man City is said to be plotting to recruit Barcelona’s teenage Gavi.

    The 17-year-old is also said to be a target for Man United.

    And El Nacional claim Gavi could end up in the Premier League because of his £41m release clause.

    However, the midfielder is said to want to stay at Barca after Xavi returns as coach.

  • Exclusively by SunSport’s Ken Lawrence

    Mauricio Pochettino is just waiting for an official call to invite him to become the new manager of Manchester United.

    So let’s ignore any of his sweet words when it comes to saying that he is looking forward to a great future with Paris Saint-Germain.

    The call will almost certainly be made before the summer, and there is every indication that it will be made and the offer accepted.

  • The worst United of this century

    Manchester United have had their fair share of signings in the 21st century.

    Some have been huge successes, but others have certainly been missed.

    Are these the 11 worst players United have signed this century?

  • United staring at training

    Man Utd stars arrived at training with faces like thunder on Thursday.

    The Red Devils are reeling after they opened the new year with a painful 0-1 loss to Wolves.

    The mood in the camp is said to be at its lowest as interim boss Ralf Rangnick battles the mutiny in the locker room.

    And it was clear that they had very few smiles as they approached Carrington one by one.

  • Who is Richard Arnold?

    Man Utd have confirmed Ed Woodward will leave at the end of the month.

    And he will be replaced as CEO by Richard Arnold, an old friend from college.

    But who is the accountant who wants to keep Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as manager?


  • United line up PSG’s Icardi

    Man United are said to be making a shocking move for PSG striker Mauro Icardi.

    L’Equipe claims the former Inter Milan captain will be targeted by Ralf Rangnick if United lose both Anthony Martial and Edinson Cavani this month.

    Icardi could be on loan with a target of a £30m move in perpetuity next summer.

    But United may have to battle Juventus for the coveted signature of the Argentina international.

  • Most Valuable Premier League Teams

    It’s transfer window time and clubs are readying their warriors for some big spending.

    But the amount they have to splash out also depends on how much money they have in the bank…

  • Breaking – United’s new day to Brentford

    Man United’s match at Brentford will take place at 8pm on Wednesday 19 January.

    The clash was originally scheduled for December 14.

    It was suspended after four United players tested positive for Covid during the build-up to the game.

    The match will be broadcast live on BT Sport channel.

    However, on the new date, neither side will participate in the rescheduled FA Cup third round match.

  • Next for Man Utd

    Let’s take a look back at United’s next five games…

  • Fernandes cares

    Barcelona are interested in Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes, sensational reports from Spain say.

    Based on El NacionalFernandes is ‘unhappy’ at Old Trafford and Barca are looking to offer an alternative.

    This comes after recent reports claimed that United caretaker boss Ralf Rangnick is battling a rift in the dressing room that threatens to derail the season altogether.

    Some stars feel that certain senior teammates have too much influence over Rangnick in big decisions.

    A good club source branded the club’s setup as a ‘disturb’


    Manchester United have prioritized Wolves stars Ruben Neves and Marseille ace Boubacar Kamara in their hunt for a new midfielder.

    That’s according to Sky Sports, who reckon Kamara and Neves are United’s main targets in the January transfer window.

    The Red Devils have been monitoring Neves since the summer and are still in contact with the Portugal international’s agent Jorge Mendes.

    Newcastle and Roma are also interested in Kamara, who could discuss the terms of a pre-contract agreement

  • Van de Beek race

    Newcastle could test Manchester United’s stance on Donny van Beek this month.

    Based on walkie talkieMan United interim manager Ralf Rangnick wants Van de Beek to stay at Old Trafford.

    But Magpires will ask about players regardless to see if a deal is viable.

    The Dutch international has struggled for a few minutes since moving from Ajax in 2020

  • Zak attack

    Manchester United are said to be targeting Borussia Monchengladbach ace Denis Zakaria.

    According to the Manchester Evening News, Man United are making the signing of a new midfielder a priority.

    And follow Daily Mirror, the Red Devils are monitoring Zakaria, whose contract expires in the summer.

    But the Manchester giants could face competition from Liverpool, Barcelona, ​​Juventus, Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich.

    And Gladbach seems to be valuing the Swiss international at £25m

  • It’s Franck

    Tottenham have joined the battle over the transfer of AC Milan star and Manchester United target Franck Kessie.

    That’s according to the Evening Standard, who report that Spurs manager Antonio Conte has identified Kessie, whom he remembers from his Serie A days, as a top target.

    United are also extremely interested in the midfielder as he can come in fairly cheaply as his contract expires in June.

    North Londoners need a spark in the middle of the park after a pretty bad start to the season

  • Al or nothing

    Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand has urged Arsenal to sign Real Sociedad star Alexander Isak.

    Ferdinand said in the latest edition of Vibe with Five: “He would be a good signing.

    “Another talented young player. He did very well in the Euros for Sweden, I think.”

    “He’s a talented player, man”

  • Alvarez stance

    Manchester United have no plans to sign River Plate star Julian Alvarez this month.

    According to the Manchester Evening News, United do not want to list Alvarez, with a club source saying ‘there is nothing in the reports’.

    The striker has scored a total of 18 goals and 7 assists in just 21 league appearances.

    The Argentina international’s impressive performance has attracted the interest of European clubs Paul Pogba contract EXCLUSIVE, Ed Woodward STOP, club urged to buy Declan Rice

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