Man Utd ‘agree’ transfer as attacker update emerges

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Latest news and rumours on the transfer front regarding Manchester United as they prepare for the deadline

Manchester United won 3-1 last time out against Reading in the FA Cup. Casemiro was on the scoresheet twice against Paul Ince’s side whilst Fred got the other one.

Next up for the Red Devils is their Carabao Cup second leg against Nottingham Forest. Here is a look at some of the latest news and rumours regarding the club....

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Youngster agrees deal

United have ‘agreed’ a deal to sign Cardiff City youngster Gabriele Biancheri, as reported by The Athletic. The 16-year-old is being tipped for a bright future in the game and will be seen as a long-term addition by Erik ten Hag’s side.

The Wales youth international, who can also represent Italy or England when he is older, is said to have completed a medical over the weekend ahead of his Premier League switch. He is expected to pen a scholarship deal which will then be turned into a professional contract later this year.

Winger wanted

Anthony Elanga is attracting plenty of interest from elsewhere ahead of the transfer deadline. United have a big decision to make on what to do with him and will be wary of leaving themselves short of attacking options if he is given the green light to head out the exit door.

According to reporter Fabrizio Romano on YouTube, the Sweden international has emerged on the radar of Borussia Dortmund, PSV and several teams in Italy. He has made 20 appearances so far in this campaign but is yet to find the net.

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