Man Utd ‘consider’ intriguing £10m midfielder raid as Chelsea could ‘hijack’ Red Devils move

All the latest Manchester United transfer news and rumours as Erik ten Hag looks to build his squad for his first season in charge.
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Manchester United have plenty of work to do this summer as they plot their way back to the Champions League.

The Red Devils will have to make do with the Europa League next season following a very disappointing campaign.

But Erik ten Hag will have devised a plan to get United back to UEFA’s prime competition, and to realise it, new signings will be needed.

United need to improve in a number of areas, and they also have gaps to fill, with the likes of Paul Pogba and Edinson Cavani departing this summer.

Here we take a look at all the transfer latest.

Oxlade-Chamberlain interest

United are said to be eyeing a surprise bid for Liverpool star Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

The former Arsenal midfielder is expected to leave this summer, surplus to requirements at Anfield, playing a bit-part role this season.

And according to talkSPORT, United are now mulling over a possible deal to land Oxlade-Chamberlain on a cut-price transfer.

It’s reported Liverpool are willing to sell the midfielder for just £10million this summer, but he is likely to want promises of regular football.

Timber problem

Chelsea are said to be eyeing up a deal for United target Jurrien Timber,

The Red Devils have been heavily linked with a move for the 20-year-old, but as they mull over a deal, they could yet miss out.

According to, Chelsea could move for Timber of they cannot complete a deal for Sevilla’s Jules Koundé this summer.

Gamacho talks

United are said to be confident of tying down young star Alejandro Gamacho to a new deal.

The 17-year-old has already signed professional terms at Old Trafford, and according to the Manchester Evening News, talks are now ongoing over a fresh deal.

Gamacho is under terms until 2025, but United want his new deal to reflect his progress over the last year.