There's been a huge injury boost for Manchester United fans in the last 24 hours with Christian Eriksen pictured in his boots on ahead of a return next month.
The Danish playmaker's return comes at a welcome time with fixtures arriving thick and fast for Erik ten Hag and his men after the international break.
Europa League and FA Cup triumph is still on the cards for the Carabao Cup winners who have enjoyed a spectacular second half of the season.
Here's the latest transfer news from Manchester United.
Harry Kane hope reignited as potential swap deal emerges
Manchester United may be given a fresh boost in their long-term pursuit of Tottenham Hotspur talisman Harry Kane with the London club seemingly interested in a Red Devils star.
Erik ten Hag's priority this summer is to bring a new striker into the club with Wout Weghorst's loan expiring and Anthony Martial out of favour.
Recent headlines had focused United's interest on Napoli star Victor Osimhen with Spurs driving a hard deal for their captain.
Kane is still without a trophy at Spurs and might be tempted to leave London, but it would need United to break their transfer record and spend £100 million on the English international.
ESPN has suggested that Spurs' need for a Hugo Lloris replacement may breathe new life into a Kane deal with Daniel Levy keen on Dean Henderson.
Henderson is currently on loan at Nottingham Forest from United and will return at the end of the season to discuss his future. With David de Gea expected to sign a contract extension, he may well still be surplus to Erik ten Hag's requirements.
If Levy was to part ways with Kane, it is known he would prefer to sell abroad rather than strengthen a rival, but the prospect of securing Henderson could change that.
Joao Felix could ditch Chelsea for Manchester United
Reports from Spain today suggest that Chelsea forward Joao Felix could be tempted to ditch The Blues and seek a move to Manchester United at the end of the season.
Felix is only on loan at Stamford Bridge from Atletico Madrid after a fall out with Atletico boss Diego Simeone led to the club finding a temporary exit.
The forward has impressed for Chelsea, netting his second goal against Everton last weekend but Spanish outlet AS.com has warned fans the star's stay in London may not be permanent - even if Graham Potter looks willing to shell out £88 million for the 23-year-old.
Journalist Sergio Picos said: “Manchester United has always been that club that has been there to watch, that has asked about him.
“Since the departure of Cristiano you don’t have a big name up front either. That number 7 that Cristiano Ronaldo wore at Manchester United might not be a bad fit for the Portuguese.”