Al-Nassr eye Man Utd man for Cristiano Ronaldo reunion as Jadon Sancho 'price-tag' detailed

Your round-up of the latest Manchester United headlines following Sunday's 3-0 win over West Ham.
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Manchester United are among the form teams of 2024, with Sunday's 3-0 win at home to West Ham their third in a row across all competitions. Rasmus Hojlund and Alejandro Garnacho were in the goals on a day in which Erik ten Hag's young stars shone.

Off the pitch, Sir Jim Ratcliffe is already laying the foundations for a summer of major change and is expected to have his investment into the club ratified later this month. In the meantime, ManchesterWorld has rounded up the latest headlines coming out of Old Trafford.

Saudi interest in Varane

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Al-Nassr look to be 'leading the race' to sign Raphael Varane this summer. The Daily Star reports that the Saudi Pro League outfit aim to reunite the defender with former United teammate Cristiano Ronaldo.

Varane looks set to leave United as a free agent once his contract expires this summer. The club opted against activating an option to extend his stay for a further year and although manager Ten Hag insisted talks were ongoing, the defender is currently on course to move on.

There was Saudi interest in the 30-year-old over the summer and that will return, particularly given there will be no need for a transfer fee. Al-Nassr are thought to be willing to put forward a £50million-a-year contract for the former France international.

Sancho price-tag

Jadon Sancho's long-term United future remains uncertain and the winger could leave this summer for between £40-50m. Football Insider reports that those in charge at Old Trafford still hope to recoup a large portion of the £73m they spent on the 23-year-old in 2021.

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Sancho long looked set to leave United in January after falling out with Ten Hag and being exiled from the first-team. He returned to Borussia Dortmund and will remain there until the summer.

United hope to see the winger rediscover his form back in the Bundesliga as it will hand them a better chance of making good money. Dortmund are not expected to make Sancho's move permanent but there is ongoing interest from the Saudi Pro League.